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BOX 1-37 Music
Songs and instrumental music used by Charlie Barnet's ensembles. Includes arrangement number(s), songwriter(s) and arranger when known.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX-FOLDER 1/1 Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive (no. 586)
Songwriters: Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer.
Arranger: Max Walter.
BOX-FOLDER 1/2 Affection (no. 640)
Arranger: Dave Matthews.
BOX-FOLDER 1/3 Afraid to say hello (no. 240)
Arranger: Conn Humphries.
BOX-FOLDER 1/4 After awhile (no. 92)
Arranger: Charlie Barnet.
BOX-FOLDER 1/5 After all/Chelsea Bridge/Warm valley ; Medley (no. 523)
BOX-FOLDER 1/6 Afternoon of a Moax/Un-4-4444 (no. 176)
Arranger: Billy May.
BOX-FOLDER 1/7 Aint gonna strip (no. 291)
Arranger: Horace Henderson.
BOX-FOLDER 1/8 Ain't misbehavin' (no. 464)
Parts only.
Songwriters: Thomas “Fats” Waller, Andy Razaf, Harry Brooks.
BOX-FOLDER 1/9 All a-tremble (no. 56)
BOX-FOLDER 1/10 All alone (no. 133)
Songwriter: Irving Berlin.
Arranger: Bobby Burnett.
BOX-FOLDER 1/11 All I desire (no. 140)
Parts only.
One part is numbered 318.
BOX-FOLDER 1/12 All or nothing at all (no. 504)
Songwriters: Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence.
Arranger: Ralph Burns.
BOX-FOLDER 2/1 All the things you are (vocal arr.) (no. 137)
Songwriters: Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II.
Arranger: Billy May.
BOX-FOLDER 2/2 All the things you are/Dancing in the dark/I get a kick out ... ; Medley (no. 368)
Songwriters: Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein/Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz/Cole Porter.
Arranger: Bert Ross.
BOX-FOLDER 2/3 All the things you are ; Medley
Parts only.
One part numbered 395, but songs are the same as no. 368.
BOX-FOLDER 2/4 All the things you are (no. 465)
Parts only.
BOX-FOLDER 2/5 All the things you are (no. 747)
Arranger: George Siravo.
BOX-FOLDER 2/6 All this and heaven too! (no. 149)
Includes parts, which are numbered both 149 and 196.
Songwriters: Jimmy Van Heusen, Eddie De Lange.
Arranger: Billy May.
BOX-FOLDER 2/7 All through the day (no. 693)
Songwriters: Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II.
Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 2/8 Always (no. 414)
Songwriter: Irving Berlin.
Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 2/9 Always in my heart, (You are) (no. 415)
Songwriters: Ernesto Lecuona, Kim Gannon.
Arranger: Conn Humphries.
BOX-FOLDER 2/10 Amapola (no. 283)
Songwriters: Joseph M. Lacalle, Albert Gamse.
Arranger: F. Marks.
BOX-FOLDER 2/11 Amapola (no. 316)
Vocal score and parts only (soloist and SSAA).
Arranger: William Moore.
Anchors aweigh. see Marine's hymn, The ; Medley (no. 545)
BOX-FOLDER 3/1 And so do I (no. 173)
Includes parts, which are numbered both 173 and 204.
Songwriters: Stephen Weiss, Paul Mann, Edgar De lange.
Arranger: Billy May.
BOX-FOLDER 3/2 Andy Gump (no. 735)
Songwriter/Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 3/3 Any old time (no. 621)
Arranger: Neil Hefti.
April in Paris. see Time on my hands ; Medley no. 1 (no. 372)
Are these really mine. see Some Sunday morning ; Medley (no. 658)
Army Air Corps song. see Marine's hymn, The ; Medley (no. 545)
BOX-FOLDER 3/4 Arthur Murray taught me dancing in a hurry (no. 392)
Songwriters: Johnny Mercer, Victor Schertzinger.
Arranger: Conn Humphries.
BOX-FOLDER 3/5 As long as I live (no. 233)
Songwriters: Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler.
Arranger: George Siravo.
BOX-FOLDER 3/6 As long as I live (no. 746)
Songwriters: Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler.
BOX-FOLDER 3/7 As time goes by (no. 489)
Songwriter: Herman Hupfeld.
Arranger: Ralph Burns.
Appears to be only for instrumental sections aside from vocals.
BOX-FOLDER 3/8 At a Dixie roadside diner (no. 209)
BOX-FOLDER 3/9 At long last love/Dancing in the dark ; Medley (no. 131)
Songwriters: Cole Porter, Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz.
Arranger: Conn Humphries.
BOX-FOLDER 3/10 Autumn nocturne (no. 369)
Includes parts.
Songwriters: Josef Myrow, Kim Gannon.
Arranger: Conn Humphries.
BOX-FOLDER 3/11 Baa baa black sheep (no. 281)
Arranger: [?] Reeves.
BOX-FOLDER 3/12 Baby, won't you please come home (no. 553)
Songwriters: [Possibly] Clarence Williams, Charles Warfield.
Arranger: George Siravo.
BOX-FOLDER 3/13 Back home (no. 506)
Arranger: Billy Moore.
BOX-FOLDER 3/14 Back in your own back yard (no. 623)
Includes 2 versions, one numbered.
Songwriters: Dave Dreyer, Billy Rose, Al Jolson.
Arranger: George Siravo.
Significant note laid in.
BOX-FOLDER 3/15 Bakiff (no. 552)
Songwriter: Duke Ellington.
Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 4/1 Barcarolle (no. 284)
Arranger: William Moore.
BOX-FOLDER 4/2 Barnet breakdown (no. 737)
Composer/Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 4/3 Be-baba-leba (no. 650)
Arranger: Dave Matthews.
BOX-FOLDER 4/4 Be-bop bounce, The (no. 728 B)
Arranger: Andy Gibson.
BOX-FOLDER 4/5 Be careful, it's my heart (no. 448)
Songwriter: Irving Berlin.
Arranger: Neal Hefti.
BOX-FOLDER 4/6 Be fair (no. 310)
Songwriters: [Possibly] Campbell, Loft.
Arranger: Neal Hefti.
Before. see Time on my hands/Before/How high the moon ; Medley (no. 524)
Belgian stomp. see Dutch kitchen stomp/Belgian stomp (no. 326)
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