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It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Sing, Sing, Sing

By Duke Ellington

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Choir Secular (SATB choir)
Composed by Duke Ellington (1899-1974) and lyrics by Irving Mills. Arranged by Tom Anderson. Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles. Alfred Archive Edition: Alfred Pop Choral Series. Jazz; Secular; Standard. Choral Octavo. 20 pages. Alfred Music #00-CMM00057. Published by Alfred Music (AP.CMM00057).

Item Number: AP.CMM00057

English.

Put together these two titles in a unique arrangement, and you have a hit! Tom Anderson has created a winning combination of great titles, swinging style, and arranging creativity in this piece. This challenging work will motivate your choir, rather than discourage them. A wonderful opportunity to share a little of the history of swing music with your choir!

About Alfred Pop Choral Series

The Alfred Pop Series features outstanding arrangements of songs from the popular music genre. These publications provide exciting, contemporary, and educationally-sound arrangements for singers of all ages, from elementary through high school, to college and adult choirs.

  • Sing, Sing, Sing  Composed by Louis Prima
  • It Don't Mean a Thing (If it ain't got That Swing)  Composed by Duke Ellington;Lyrics by Irving Mills

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Anonymous
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • May 14, 2010 Great Arrangement

    This arrangement is a great piece for high school use or middle school use if you use the SAB. The Accompaniment CD is what is meant do be used (because it is amazing!) because it has all the instrumental parts on it so that's why the piano part is...

    not that great. But the voices come together great in this song.

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  • 5

    Julie Maree
    Location:
    Queensland, Australia
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • June 30, 2007 What more could you ask for!

    My two favourite swing pieces together! I can't wait to do this in concert.

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  • 3

    Anonymous
    Location:
    Elyria, OH
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • April 25, 2006 OK choir piece, hideous piano part

    Except for a few tongue-twisting scat rhythms, this piece is fine for an intermediate choir. The harmonies toward the end may prove somewhat difficult, but only because of the atrocious piano accompaniment. The piano part, especially during the "doo-wat" sections, is heinous. HEINOUS. And I don't mean...

    it's difficult to play, although it's that too, if one attempts to play the notes as written; it just doesn't sound nice, and often harshly clashes with the choir. During the last three renditions of "doo-wat" at the end, I just give up and ignore what's written and play the vocal lines with the right hand and something resembling the written bass line with the left. Our choir has a grand old time with this piece, but I the pianist am cursing by the time we're done.

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