A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

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Lovingly transcribed by Alan Glasscock from Miller's October 1940 New York recording originally arranged by Bill Finegan and sung by Ray Eberle, this lush chart is classic Miller, full of tonal colour and rich dynamics. The reeds are scored CAATT, with all saxes called upon to double Clarinets. Tenor 2 also has a short Bass Clarinet line underneath the Trombones, but this can be played as written on Tenor. The Tex Beneke solo is written out in full too.  The vocal key is Eb.

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Additional Information

Additional Information

Catalogue No. LLG2262
Format Sheet Music
Style Swing
Composer Manning Sherwin & Eric Maschwitz
Arranger Bill Finegan
Performer Glenn Miller
Publisher Lush Life Music
Arrangement Type Big Band Vocal
Vocal B♭2 - E♭4 (11 steps, as sung)
Grade Grade Level 4 (Medium Difficult)
Key E♭
Trumpet Range C6, G5, F5, D5
Trombone Range G4, E♭4, C4 B♭3
Instrumental Feature No




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