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|harlem nocturne earle hagen||0.01||0.8||6027||62|
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|harlem nocturne guitar chord melodies pdf||1.83||0.8||3798||35|
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|harlem nocturne pdf||1.55||0.7||7951||59|
|harlem nocturne sheet music||0.49||0.7||122||17|
|harlem nocturne alicia keys||1.92||0.9||1918||64|
|harlem nocturne saxophone||1.01||0.3||8762||53|
|harlem nocturne alto sax||1.32||0.9||2142||96|
|harlem nocturne 1950||1.53||0.5||4290||61|
|harlem nocturne duke ellington||1.75||0.9||9431||24|
|earl bostic harlem nocturne||0.77||0.4||9139||76|
|duke ellington harlem nocturne album||1.03||0.2||1948||55|
" Harlem Nocturne " is a jazz standard written by Earle Hagen (music) and Dick Rogers (lyrics) in 1939 for the Ray Noble orchestra, of which they were members. The song was chosen by the big-band leader Randy Brooks the next year as his theme song.How many arrangements of 'Harlem Nocturne' are there?
Browse our 7 arrangements of "Harlem Nocturne." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 3 others with 8 scorings and 3 notations in 10 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.What is Harlem Nocturne for saxophone?
Harlem Nocturne is one of the most popular tunes for the saxophone. Written in 1939 this tune is considered a jazz standard and has been recorded by a lot of different musicians, not just saxophonists of course, but you have to admit, it sure sounds good on the sax! Long time saxophonist for Louis Prima.What is Ray Noble's “Harlem Nocturne”?
That, and his composition “Harlem Nocturne,” which has had ongoing popularity since its first appearance on a Ray Noble record in 1940. It has been recorded by hundreds of artists since its debut.. “Harlem Nocturne,” like so many evergreen tunes, has a haunting, memorable melody, the one that is heard first and is in a minor key.