Physical description

Blueberry Hill is considered a blues standard, made popular by Fats Domino. The song was first published in 1940 with the music composed by Vincent Rose (1880-1944), and lyrics written by Larry Stock and Al Lewis. This arrangement is by Johnnie Vinson and is a special edition series released by Hal Leonard. The tune was originally written for the 1941 western film "The Singing Hill" where it was first performed by Gene Autry. This arrangement is for Big Band and has 21 parts: 1st Bb Cornet 2nd Bb Cornet 3rd Bb Cornet 1st Eb Horn 2nd Eb Horn C Woodwinds 1st Bb Clarinet 2nd Bb Clarinet 1st Eb Alto Saxophone 2nd Eb Alto Saxophone Bb Tenor Saxophone/Bass Clarinet Eb Baritone Saxophone 1st Trombone 2nd Trombone Basses Percussion I (Snare Drum) Percussion II (Bass, Drum, Cymbal) Electric Bass 1st F Horn 2nd F Horn Baritone B.C.

Publication type

non-fiction

Summary

Blueberry Hill is considered a blues standard, made popular by Fats Domino. The song was first published in 1940 with the music composed by Vincent Rose (1880-1944), and lyrics written by Larry Stock and Al Lewis. This arrangement is by Johnnie Vinson and is a special edition series released by Hal Leonard. The tune was originally written for the 1941 western film "The Singing Hill" where it was first performed by Gene Autry.