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Benny Goodmans "Sing, Sing"
Here is a great midi sequence of Benny's "Sing Sing Sing." I am sorry I don't know who sequenced it but it is a great job. To hear it click on Sing

picture"Golden Wedding" Woody Hermanpicture "Boogie Woogie" Tommy Dorsey
picture"Whispering" Paul Whiteman C.R. 1920picture"Sweet Gerogia Brown" Ben Bernie
picture"3 O'Clock In The Morning" Ted Lewispicture"When Day Is Done." Henry Busse

picture"Little Brown Jug" Glenn Millerflat"Memories Of You" Benny Goodman
sharp"I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo" Millerflat"Japanese Sandman"
C.R. 1920
sharp"I'm Beginning To See The Light"

Harry James


Duke Ellington

sharp"Angry" Tiny Hill flat"Sunny Side Of The Street" Tommy Dorsey
sharp"All Of Me" Benny Goodman (Jess Stacey/piano) flat"Me And My Shadow" Ted Lewis
sharpBenny Goodmans "Don't Be That Way"flatGlenn Millers "String Of Pearls"
sharp"It Must Have Been Moon Glow" flat"Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Duke Ellington"

sharp"Tuxedo Junction"

Glenn Miller

flat"Wood Choppers Ball"

Woody Herman

sharp"Sheik Of Araby"

Spike Jones (Smile)


Charlie Barnett

sharp"In The Mood"

Glenn Miller

flat"Washington and Lee Swing"

Bob Crosby's "Bob Cats"

sharp"Whispering" C.R. 1920

Les Paul 'version'

flat"Bye Bye Blues"

Bert Kampfert
Sequenced Rolly Wright

sharp"Pennsylvia 6-5000"

Glenn Miller

flat"You'll Never Know"

Harry James and Helen Forrest


sharp"Up The Lazy River"

The Three Suns

flat"Chattanooga Choo Choo"

Glenn Miller

sharp"I'm Confessin' That I Love You"

Herny Busse

flat"Sweet Georgia Brown"

A bouncy band version.


For Your Listening Pleasure


Dorsey's "Boogie Woogie"Don't Get Around EllingtonTea For Two C.R. 1924

Benny Goodman

Miller's In The MoodStardust All Time FavoriteDeep Purple
As Time Goes By What'll I Do C.R.1924St. Louis Blues (C.R. 1914 )
You'll Never Know How Much I Love YouEmbraceable You Moonlight Bay
Linger Awhile C.R. 1923<Good Night SweetheartAll Of Me


I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo
     During World War Two The Glenn Miller Bands Hit tune was "I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo". Was there really a Gal In Kalamazoo? Klick here to find out.

Editors Note
     When I was 12 years old I started taking trumpet lessons. I played until I was about 32 years old. My job as a engineer was too much for me to continue music. I gave it up but have always been a big band lover. My favorite Orchestra was Tommy Dorsey. My favorite musician was Ziggy Elman. Here is a little clip with Ziggy, Chuck Peterson on trumpet and Buddy Rich on drums."Well Git It"

This web site was made for Web TV. The real music has been removed and mostly midis are used for links to music. A new page for computers has been released using MP3's.To go to this page click on real music.REAL MUSIC

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