Physical description

Sheet music for cornet printed in black ink on white A4 paper.

20 Parts for Brass band:
Soprano Cornet
Solo Cornet
Repiano Cornet
2nd Cornet
3rd Cornet
Solo Horn
1st Horn
2nd Horn
1st Baritone
2nd Baritone
1st Trombone
2nd Trombone
Bass Trombone
Eb Bass
Bb Bass
Drum Kit
Timpani & Glock

Publication type


Inscriptions & markings

Centered title in bold: Blueberry Hill/top right corner: Vincent Rose, arr. Alan Fernie, Thompsons Foundry Brass Inc. stamp in red ink/Maldon Brass Band stamp in black ink/left top corner: Solo Bb cornet, Stripper tempo=80


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 Alan Fernie and was released by Obrasso Verlag AG.<br/><br/>The tune was originally written for the 1941 western film "The Singing Hill" where it was first performed by Gene Autry.<br/>