DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME (Vox+Orch)

Product no.: 3062


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In 1958 Mel Tormé recorded some songs with Orchestra, that still today are sheer magic. Nothing extraordinary, just plain singing. That was mostly the problem with the magnificent singer Tormé;  he had so much in the trunk - he couldn't stop it from coming out.  On this recording, someone must have told him to "behave", because this is very clean and tidy.  Marty Paich's arrangement is nothing short than stunning. Very sparse but extremely effective. Really brilliant.

Reconstructed in smallest detail.

Additional product information

Ensemble Orchestra + Vocal (Jazz)
Composer: Rube Bloom / Ted Koehler, 1943
Arr / Editor Marty Paich, 1957 / R. Vang, 2018
Instrumentation:

2 Fl., 2 Clar. 2 F-Hn, 3 Tbn, (Dr., JazzBass), Harp,

1 Vln, 2 Vln. 1 Vla, 2 Vla, 1 Vlc, 2 Vlc, DbB

Solo-Vocal

Tonality:

a-minor (orig).   (Voc. range:  d1 - e2)

Length: 3 min
Difficulty-level: (1 - 10)

Lvl2-04

Score-Size: DIN A4-ringbinder (Portrait)
Weight 250 g. / 0,5 lbp
Package: Score & Parts
DEMO-SCORE Download
DEMO-mp3 Download
PDF

Not available as Pdf.

pdf-NO2


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