There Will Never Be Another You - Doc Severinsen And His Orchestra - Torch Songs For Trumpet (Cassette, Album)

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  1. There will be many other nights like this, And I'll be standing here with someone new, There will be other songs to sing, another fall, another spring, But there will never be another you. There will be other lips that I may kiss, But they won't thrill me like yours used to do, Yes, I may dream a million dreams, But how can they come true.
  2. Richard Hyman (born March 8, ) is an American jazz pianist and composer. Over a year career, he has worked as a pianist, organist, arranger, music director, electronic musician, and awchanjournplacfozahepsocarpanonssin.coinfo was named a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Masters fellow in His grandson is designer and artist Adam Charlap Hyman.
  3. There Will Never Be Another You There Will Never Be Another You arr. John Yao - UNC Jazz Press There Will Never Be Another You, arranged by John Yao, is a hard swinging arrangement and was written as a tribute to Jim Warrick of New Trier High School for his retirement concert.
  4. Hank Mancini's arrangements are pure and solid - there will never be another like him - love his use of the horn and trombone sections laying down that rich pad of sound for the solos. The song choices bring back great memories - the Carpenter's 'Sometimes' Thanks for adding this classic to the Doc and Mancini catalogues for us/5(11).
  5. Shop and Buy There Will Never Be Another You sheet music. Jazz Ensemble sheet music book by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon: Hal Leonard at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (HL).
  6. "There Will Never Be Another You" is a popular song with music by Harry Warren and lyrics by Mack Gordon that was written for the Twentieth Century Fox musical Iceland () starring Sonja .
  7. May 14,  · Henry Mancini with Doc Severinsen & His Orchestra and Chorus. May 14, (when you know how he could have picked up his trumpet and soared at any time). there will never be another like him - love his use of the horn and trombone sections laying down that rich pad of /5(18).
  8. There may never be another Chet Baker, but on this particular night in Zagreb, poor Baker was not playing his best: His chops are weak, and his voice is strained and shallow. Still, these four duos, with longtime collaborator, guitarist Philip Catherine, have their rewards, such as the lengthy, substantial, and melodic solos by the guitarist.

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