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  1. Watch the video for A Foggy Day from Ahmad Jamal's Chamber Music Of The New Jazz for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
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  3. Music and lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin / arr. Scott Ragsdale. Vocal Solo with Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score & Parts. A swing chart styled after the Michael Bublé version, arranger Scott Ragsdale nailed it. At BPM, in the key of B-flat modulating to C, the vocal range is from F below middle C to 3rd space C, treble clef. LeadCategory: Jazz Ensemble.
  4. A FOGGY DAY in London town and off it goes! This is a perfect song for your vocalist. The backgrounds are non-intrusive and support the singer with great musical lines. The band gets a chance to 'blow' also, and then it's back to the vocalist for the remainder of the song. Perfect for any concert!
  5. Lyrics to "A Foggy Day" by FRANK SINATRA: [Recorded December 19, , Los Angeles] / A foggy day, in London town, it had me low, and it had me down / I viewed the morning, with much alarm, the British Museum, had lost its charm / How long I wondered, could this .
  6. Jan 16,  · A Foggy Day Composed by George Gershwin. Arranged by Bill Holcombe. For Saxophone Quartet. Published by Studio Music Co. (Catalog # SM, UPC: ).
  7. Jan 24,  · Title: A Foggy Day Artist: Frank Sinatra; Willie Nelson Album: Duets [20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] Track
  8. A Foggy Day: Background information and production history. by John Mueller. Pelham Grenville Wodehouse () is best known as a novelist (he wrote 75) and story writer (at least ). But he also played a very significant role in the development of American musical theatre.

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