A while back I posted a transcription of “The Astounding Eyes of Rita", a beautiful composition by Anouar Brahem.
My previous transcription was of how it was played on the recording, which is really useful for study, but is a bit long and confusing if you want to perform it (it was 9 pages!). When I recently wanted to do it on a performance, I made the following “lead sheet” style chart that conveys all the important information in a more condensed format.
I suggest listening to the recording in order to be familiar with the form the way he plays it - they do a lot of interesting things, playing one section on top of another section (i.e., clarinet plays the “A” melody while oud and bass play the "D" melody). I tried to indicate it all as clearly as I could on the chart, but my goal was to fit everything onto 2 pages so things are very condensed/abbreviated. The previous chart has the whole form laid out for reference here: https://brianprunka.com/words/blog/6862157/anouar-brahem-the-astounding-eyes-of-rita
That transcription has all of Brahem's oud introduction as well if you want to learn that. The lead sheet just has the last line (where he starts singing).