Arranger JONES, QUNICY (SINATRA)
Composer COLEMAN, CY/LEIGH, CAROLYN
Voicing/Instrument JAZZ ENSEMBLE W/VOCAL
Publisher JAZZ LINES DISTRIBUTION
Swing, Key: A-flat/C/D-flat/A
This classic Sinatra arrangement from the pen of Quincy Jones comes from It Might As Well Be Swing, recorded in 1964 with the Count Basie Orchestra. This song, along with Luck Be a Lady; My Kind of Town; New York, New York; and a few others helped cement Sinatra's unique, memorable, and often imitated style and image. This is a very laid back, swinging arrangement (a la Count Basie) that allows the singer to shine. Trumpet 1 gets to a high E, trumpet 2 to a high C and trombone 1 gets to a high C-flat. As a result of those high notes, we have marked this arrangement as difficult. Please note that the mp3 sample has an anti-piracy tone every 30 seconds.
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