All Big Band arrangements are orchestrated for the standard 4tpt, 4tbn, 5saxes, piano, bass,

guitar,drums and include additional percussion and optional 2nd keyboard parts where noted.

Gary Anderson creates a one-on-one experience by offering...

Customized Re-Orchestration

Feature that extraordinary soloist or perhaps you need a 5th tpt and

a french horn added.

Alternate Instrumentation

When the need is to rescore doubles in the sax section or reduce trombones to 3.

Original Commissions

Available September of 2013 for delivery in January of 2014

Gary joined Score Productions in 1988 as supervising composer, Vice President of production, and co-director of Score Productions. Since that time, he has worked on or contributed to many of the themes that instantly identify TV's most popular programs. Among others "Nightline," "This Week," "John Glenn's Return to Space," CNN's Saturday/Sunday AM," "Morning News," "Larry King Live," "The 1984 Summer and Winter Olympics," "1997 Special Olympics," "The Goodwill Games," "Wide World of Sports," "The Kentucky Derby," "NCAA Football," "The Price Is Right," "Let's Make A Deal," "Super Password," "Match Game," "One Life To Live," "Another World," and "Guiding Light."

As a musician, Gary performed and recorded as a member of the world renowned

Berklee Saxophone Quartet. For four years, he was a saxophonist with Woody Herman. While performing as Woody's musical director, he arranged and conducted some of the noted bandleader's most popular albums.

On Broadway, his orchestrations have enhanced the "Lena Horne Show," "The Main Event" (Frank Sinatra), "Bring Back Birdie," "Chorus Line," and "They're Playing Our Song." More recent stage productions include "The Creature Concert" at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center and "Too Hot To Handel," a contemporary version of "Handel's Messiah" performed annually at New York City's Lincoln Center.

In the world of animation, he has scored the series "Mighty Mouse, The New Adventures," "Houndtown," and the Emmy nominated film, "Christmas In Tattertown," all in association with Ralph Bakshi. More recent animation work can be seen in "Turbocharged Thunderbirds," and Ralph Bakshi's "Malcolm And Melvin," "Zootoones," and "Spicy City."

He is the winner of the 1999 Grammy Award for the soundtrack of Sesame Street's 30th Anniversary special "Elmopalooza."

Gary is a Summa Cum Laude graduate from the Berklee College of Music in Boston where he began his career with a four year tenure as a full-time professor. In 1984, his alma mater presented him with its "Alumni Outstanding Achievement Award," an honor that he jointly shared with Alf Clausen. More recently, in celebration its 50th anniversary, Berklee named Gary as one of the college's 50 outstanding graduates.