Your recent work inspired me to get something done for once!
Here--as threatened--is "I'm in the Mood for Swing," in a Supersax-style chart.
The Supersax voicing is reasonably formulaic, but what a swell formula it is!
This tune was relatively easy to do because it consists largely of chord tones with no difficult passing tones or non-harmonic tones. Some doubling, but not much. Most Eb 7ths are 13b9 because I had enough voices. (The piece is in Ab) I also tried to approach cadence points chromatically instead of diatonically, just because I like the half-step movement!
I tried a shout chorus, but I didn't like it--too muddy, so I canned it.
JABB: 2 altos, 2 tenors, bari, 2 trombones, bass trombone, piano, bass, drums
COMB: Lead euphonium & solo (2 choruses)
The solo on the MP3 is one I played and transcribed, fixing the notes I split. I alternated piano and sax backgrounds to vary the texture a bit.
The intro and interlude is some cliche I heard someone play sometime, and the end is a delayed resolution with tritone substitutions before resolving--I borrowed that from Paul Desmond's version of "For All We Know."
All done in Finale 2012.
So, Frank, back atcha, with respect!!