Free Virginia Mayhew Jazz leadsheets and charts

Click the charts icon above to download a folder of free charts and leadsheet pdfs of Virginia Mayhew originals. (The folder is zip compressed.) For public performance licensing or recording (mechanical) rights, please contact Virginia at:

Tunes: "Monterey Blues", "Spring Is Not Here", "Apple Flambè", "Never Enough", "5 For Mary Lou", "Live Your Life", "I Thought You Loved Me" and "Toe Tickler".

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Free Big Band Charts from Dr. Dan Keberle

Dr. Dan Keberle, Director Jazz Studies and Trumpet Professor at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, has written three wonderful big band arrangements of Virginia's compositions: "Never Enough"," Hi-ya, Mama!" and "Apple Flambè", all from her No Walls recording (featuring Kenny Barron.) Dr. Keberle has graciously agreed to make his big band arrangements of "Apple Flambè" and "Hi-ya, Mama!" available here as a free download. Please check out his many other arrangements at: UNC Jazz Press.

Click here to download Dr. Keberle's Mayhew Charts.
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Virginia has established her credentials in the field of jazz education, both as a teacher of private students, as faculty at numerous jazz camps, (including Stanford Jazz Workshop, Monterey Jazz Festival summer camp, Litchfield Jazz Camp, and Jazz Camp West), and as an experienced clinician and Artist-In-Residence, (including Univ. of Mass, Univ. of Louisville, Bloomington Univ., Williams College, and others).

Virginia has also worked with Don Braden's exceptional program in Newark, NJ, "Jazz For Teens", Melissa Walker's innovative, "Jazz House Kids", and the Duke Ellington Legacy's Jazz education and Jazz history programs. She has traveled around the U.S.A. working as an adjudicator, teaching master classes, and working with school ensembles large and small. Virginia also founded the very successful Jazz Workshop at the Greenwich House Music School in NYC and is currently working with NJ's Jazz for Teens Outreach Program in the Schools, the Nikhil Badlani Foundation which offers free lessons to underprivileged kids, and is also an adjunct faculty member at The New School in New York City.
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Virginia is currently available for private instruction, as well as faculty. Please contact her at:

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