Sheet Music

Brisbane play different arrangements to everyone else….
Here’s a link to the BRISBANE music:

The Preacher arr. P. Kartu

The Preacher play along youtube

1 Love (bob marley arr. Le Bene)

Get Up, Stand Up – Bob Marley, Peter Tosh (arr. Le Bene)
we use this version

Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash (arr. Le Bene)

The Kids Are Coming – Tones and I (arr. Le Bene)

Dance Monkey – Tones and I (arr. Le Bene)

You’re The Voice – John Farnham (arr. Le Bene)

Wade in the Water (arr. Mac Gordon)

Shake It Off (Tay Tay – arr. Miranda Hill)

Burning Down The House (Talking Heads – arr. Mark D’A)

Ain’t Nobody (Chaka Khan) (melody, backing and bass parts)

Down By The Riverside (arr. onesizefitsallbandbooks)

Just a Closer Walk With Thee (Forward Marching Band Parts)

Ghostbusters (Arr. Doug Adams)

From Little Things (Paul Kelly arr. Pip)

Old Town Road with repeats (rearranged RRRMB)


Minnie the Moocher

We Will Rock You (arr. Logan Seals)

We’re Not Gonna Take It (arr. Zander Kelly)

I’m Too Sexy (arr. Catherine Golden)

Killing in the Name of (easier HonkOz arr.)

Seven Nation Army (arr. Dallas Burke)

Let My People Go (arr. Slava Kazykin)

Hit the Road Jack

El Pueblo (Sergio Ortega, traditional version choir parts arr. S. Taberner)

El Pueblo Unido – from Rude Mechanical Orchestra (we don’t do this one now)

Uptown Funk (Bruno Mars)

Smoke On The Water

Another Brick in The Wall

Tainted Love

All you need is love

Let’s Dance – David Bowie (Matrix MB version for Honk 2022)

Funkytown (arr. Michael Brown)

Beds Are Burning – Midnight Oil

Happy – Pharrell Williams

Get Down Tonight – KC and the Sunshine Band

Hot Stuff – Donna Summer

Celebration – Kool and the Gang

I Love The Nightlife – Alicia Bridges

Disco Inferno – from Saturday Night Fever

Can’t Frack This – riff – from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Nine to Five – Dolly Parton

Crazy In Love – Beyonce

That’s The Way (I Like It) – KC and the Sunshine Band

I Want You Back – Jackson 5

Viva Las Vegas

A Message to You Tony

Get Lucky – Daft Punk

Hot Hot Hot – Arrow

Mission Impossible theme

Game of Thrones theme

Eye of the Tiger – Survivor

Get up, Stand Up – Bob Marley (harder version we don’t do)

Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees

Chan Chan

Gangnam Style – Psy

Feel Like Funkin’ It Up (Matt’s arrangement)

Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin

Final Countdown – Europe

I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Rolling Stones [Sydney version]

(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Rolling Stones [Melbourne version]

Balkan Charts – all arrangements by Linsey Pollak (they are awesome!) There are 6 songs, download yours based on whether you read/are tuned to Bb, Eb, or C.

  • A Bre Ludo Ajamija – Bb, C, Eb
  • Jovano Jovanke – Bb, C, Eb
  • Kop What – Bb, C, Eb
  • Tsifty – Bb, C, Eb
  • Sao Roma – Bb, C, Eb
  • Sinar – Bb, C, Eb

Seven Nation Army – The White Stripes

Just Dance – Lady Gaga

Moves Like Jagger – Maroon 5

Rage Against the Machine arr. by Jeremy Freer (Doc Nix and the Green Machine)

Thriller – Michael Jackson

Bella Ciao – from Rude Mechnical Orchestra

We’re Not Gonna Take It – Twisted Sister, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Push It – Salt-N-Pepa, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Don’t Phunk With My Heart – Black Eyed Peas, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Poker Face – Lady Gaga, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

Take On Me – A-Ha

Deceptacon – Le Tigre, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

RMO says: This song was a hit for the feminist punk-dance band Le Tigre, started by Kathleen Hanna, formerly of the riot grrl band Bikini Kill. The band’s lyrics and shows often address political issues, including feminism, queer rights, police brutality and the anti-war movement.

The RMO’s version changes the chorus lyrics from “Who took the bomp from the bompalompalomp? Who took the ram from the ramalamadingdong?” to “Here’s to the Man and his bombs his bombs his bombs, here’s to the man and his mother______ war games” while the band and audience collectively raise the one-fingered salute. Occasionally, “neverending war games” is substituted at kid-friendly events.

Mesecina – Goran Bregovic, Serbia, from Rude Mechanical Orchestra

RMO says: Balkan superstar Goran Bregovic wrote Mesecina (“Moonlight”) as the title track to Podzemlje (“Underground”), a 1995 award-winning film directed by Emir Kusturica. The film, which follows two friends from WWII to the Yugoslav wars in 1992, is a bizarre satire of communism, war, and the history of Yugoslavia. Bregovic is credited with popularizing Balkan and Romani music through his work on various film soundtracks and with his Weddings and Funerals Orchestra.

Mesecina musescore playalong

Random small songs:

Addicted To Love, Another One Bites The Dust, Billboard March, Birthday – The Beatles, Born To Be Wild, Theme from “Coach”, Devil With The Blue Dress, Final Countdown, Funeral March (Chopin), Get Ready (Smokey Robinson), Get Ready For This (2 Unlimited), Gimme Some Lovin’, and Gonna Make You Sweat (Eeverybody Dance Now), Hang on Sloopy, Hit me With Your Best Shot, Hound Dog, I’m So Excited, Theme from “Jaws”, Leap Frog, Magic Carpet Ride, Men In Black, Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye, Night On Bald Mountain, Psycho (murder scene), Rock 7 Roll – Part II (The Hey Song), Simply Irresistible), Takin’ Care Of Business, Twist and Shout, Walk This Way, We Will Rock You, Wild Thing, Y.M.C.A.

Songs we might learn one day


11 Responses to Sheet Music

  1. Ben says:

    I hear you are coming to Newcastle for 16th March, stop the coal loader. Fantastic. I would love to join in on alto or soprano sax. Do you know which tunes you will be doing so I can download the right charts?

  2. Jac says:

    Hey Ben,
    Fun playing with ya at the Stop T4 rally!
    Lets start an epidemic of radical marching bands!

  3. leslie adam davidson says:

    WoW. when can i hear you?

  4. burak says:

    Thank you very much your music sheets written for Eb and Alto sax.

  5. Marcella Parmentier says:

    Fantastic stuff here! Terrifically nice responses. Awesome job!

  6. Murray Celmer says:

    Fantastic posts on this site! Really cool ideas. Great job!

  7. Theo Theinert says:

    Fantastic information here! Very interesting responses. Great job!

  8. p says:

    Thanks a for all that stuff!!

  9. Julie Talbot says:

    This is my first time at attempting to play at the honk Festival. There are so many sheets of music!. Do I need to down load them all … I am very confused.
    I play Tenor Sax’ and need some help please.
    Some of the sheet music is missing notes when I print them off, some are too small or too large or are just not readable.

  10. fran says:

    Looking for “Which side are you on” Brisbane version.

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