Member Benefit

2019 Free Charts

A new chart will be released and available every two months.

Eligible members of the Jazz Education Network are invited to download and use any of these great charts from some of the very best jazz composers of our time!

Eligible for access to free charts: 

JENeral Individual Membership ($7 monthly or $84 annually)

JEN Chapter Organizer ($84 annually)

JEN Society Organizer ($84 annually)

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JEN members may reproduce and perform the charts with their own educational or not-for-profit ensembles and performing groups.

Unauthorized reproduction, distribution, or performance of the Member Benefit Program compositions beyond such educational or non-commercial use is strictly prohibited.

Easy Big Band

Best Day Ever

Composed by Mike Dana

Advanced Big Band


Composed by Patty Darling

SATB Vocal Jazz


Composed by Vijay Singh



Take the Next Train

Composed by Horace Alexander Young

SSA Vocal Jazz

This Make Believe

Composed by Jennifer Parker

Medium Big Band

In the Mean Time

Composed by Erik Morales

Big Band


Composed by Greg Yasinitsky

March – April

Featured Composer

Patty Darling

Patty Darling completed her Bachelor of Music degree in Composition from the Lawrence University Conservatory of Music in 1985. While pursuing an advanced composition degree at the University of Minnesota, she assisted in the electronic music department.

Patricia has over 15 years of experience in the creation, recording, and production of original soundtracks for broadcast and corporate multimedia events which have been distributed worldwide. She has composed music for a wide variety of mediums, including works for orchestra, wind ensemble, chamber groups, jazz ensembles, and numerous instrumental soloists. Patty also serves as a clinician and adjudicator at high schools and jazz festivals throughout the U.S.

Patty has received awards for her compositions and arrangements from Down Beat Magazine, the Presser Foundation, the Eastman School of Music, the International Association for Jazz Education, and the Wisconsin Arts Board. Her most recent compositions for jazz ensemble are published through Sierra Music.

Patty is currently a faculty member at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin, where she directs the Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble and teaches jazz composition, arranging, and functional jazz piano. Her students have received several Downbeat awards for large ensemble performance, jazz composition and jazz arranging.


Greg Yasinitsky, JEN Board Member and winner of the American Prize in Composition, has an international reputation as a composer, arranger and saxophonist. He has over 210 musical works published which are performed in forty countries around the world. His recent CD, YAZZ Band, has received excellent reviews and is receiving significant, national radio play. As a saxophonist, Greg has performed with many jazz luminaries, everyone from Sean Jones and Jeff Coffin to Sarah Vaughan and Lionel Hampton. Greg is a Regents Professor at Washington State University.

“I was honored to compose JEN-TEN for big band in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Jazz Education Network. The piece is dedicated to the founders of JEN, Mary Jo Papich and Dr. Lou Fischer. JEN-TEN is an uptempo swinger with a prominent bass line and solo—in honor of bassist Dr. Lou—additional solos for tenor saxophone, trombone, trumpet and drums and a roaring shout chorus. The premiere was presented by the JEN All Stars Big Band at the 2019 JEN Conference in Reno featuring soloists Bob Sinicrope, bass (past President); Roxy Coss, tenor saxophone (JEN Board); Francisco Torres, trombone (JEN Board); Sean Jones (President Elect); and Bob Breithaupt, drums (JEN Board); performing with Julius Tolentino (JEN Board), Caleb Chapman (Past President), Jeff Coffin and Claire Daly, saxophones; Liesl Whitaker, Pharez Whitted (JEN Board), Todd Stoll (President) and Scott Belk, trumpets; Jay Ashby, Tony Baker and Ashley Shabankareh (JEN Board), trombones; and Monika Herzig (Past Board Member), piano.” –GWY