This is one of the most famous vocal studio orchestra arrangements, recorded by Dean Martin in 1960. This is the authentic and swinging version that Nelson Riddle created to showcase Martin in his
This roaring and challenging Bill Holman chart begins with the vocal soloist solely accompanied by bass. Halfway through the first chorus drums enter, and then at the end of the chorus the whole band
This classic Frank Sinatra arrangement from the pen of Quincy Jones comes from the It Might as Well Be Swing album, recorded in 1964 with the Count Basie Orchestra. This song, along with Luck Be a Lady;
For the first time, here is Quincy Jones' arrangement originally written for the 1964 Sinatra/Basie studio collaboration It Might As Well Be Swing. This chart was also used a few times during the 1965
A specially priced set of eleven of the very best and most popular Frank Sinatra arrangements for vocalist with jazz ensemble! This group of songs contains definitive versions of some incredible classics
In 1960 Dean Martin recorded the album "This Time I'm Swingin'" with studio orchestra arrangements supplied by Nelson Riddle. Here is the arrangement of I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me
Here's the classic Neal Hefti big band arrangement from the 1962 Frank Sinatra and Count Basie collaboration Sinatra-Basie. This is vintage Neal Hefti: mellow, but swinging lines and enough space to afford
Now for the first time in print, this publication is based on Nelson Riddle's original set of parts used by Frank Sinatra for the 1956 session with Quincy Jones' modifications for the Live at the the Sands
Perhaps no song is associated with Frank Sinatra more than this one! In Los Angeles on January 12, 1956 Frank Sinatra recorded Nelson Riddle's arrangement of Cole Porter's song, I've Got You Under My
This wonderful chart on the Harold Arlen standard was the first arrangement Nelson Riddle wrote in his own style for Frank Sinatra in 1953. The story goes that after hearing this chart, Sinatra decided
This is one of a series of arrangements written by Nelson Riddle for Ella Fitzgerald focusing on the Gershwin songbook. This arrangement of the classic Let's Call the Whole Thing Off features a
Among the many arrangements that have been frequently requested by singers and enthusiasts, the music written for Frank Sinatra and the Count Basie Orchestra is high on the list. This original version was
Here is the brilliant title track from Frank Sinatra's 1960 Capitol album. Arranged by Nelson Riddle, this publication has been prepared from the original set of parts and is not a transcription. Featuring
From the Frank Sinatra 1956 record Songs for Swingin' Lovers, this Nelson Riddle arrangement is a masterpiece in big band writing. It begins with a short piano intro (written, or the pianist can improvise
This is one of a series of arrangements by Nelson Riddle for Ella Fitzgerald focusing on the Gershwin songbook. This is primarily a string arrangement with a complement of 3 flutes, bass clarinet, 2
In April of 1956, Dean Martin recorded this arrangement that was written by Hollywood heavyweight Gus Levene and featured a male vocal quartet backing Martin. Then as now, the male vocal group
This chart, arranged for Frank Sinatra, comes from the 1966 Strangers in the Night record, which, despite the success of the recording, proved to be the last collaboration between Sinatra and Nelson Riddle.
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