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Well, Did You Evah

From High Society - Digital Sheet Music

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Well, Did You Evah from High Society - Digital Sheet Music
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Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939 Introduced by Betty Grable and Charles Walters in the stage musical "DuBarry Was a Lady," 1939 High Society, 1956 (sung by Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra) The Robbie Williams' version appears on his 2001 album "Swing When You're Winning"

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Title: Well, Did You Evah
From High Society
Instruments: Piano
  Voice, range: Ab3-Eb5
  Guitar
   
Scoring: Piano/Vocal/Guitar
   
Original Published Key: Eb Major
   
   
Product Type: MusicnotesWhat's This?Musicnotes File:
Instantly printable digital sheet music plus a PC-compatible interactive, downloadable sheet music file.
Product #: MN0044233
Pages: 10
   
  
Average Rating: 5/5 Stars
Rated 5/5 based on 1 customer reviews
Top Review: This is a fantastic arrangement of the piece made popular in High Society by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby.
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Lyrics Begin: I have heard among this clan you are called the forgotten man.
   

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From High Society
Additional performers: Robbie Williams
  Frank Sinatra
  Bing Crosby
   
Pages: 10
Form: Song
   
Instruments: Piano
  Voice, range: Ab3-Eb5
  Guitar
   
Scoring: Piano/Vocal/Guitar
   
Original Published Key: Eb Major
   
   
Product Type: MusicnotesWhat's This?Musicnotes File:
Instantly printable digital sheet music plus a PC-compatible interactive, downloadable sheet music file.
Product #: MN0044233
   
Tempo: Relaxed Quaver Swing
Metronome: q = 145
   
   
Styles: Show/Broadway
  Nostalgia
  Standards
  Pop Vocal
   

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Composer: Cole Porter
Lyricist: Cole Porter
   
Date: 1940
   
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.
   
   
Product Type: MusicnotesWhat's This?Musicnotes File:
Instantly printable digital sheet music plus a PC-compatible interactive, downloadable sheet music file.
Product #: MN0044233
   
Lyrics Begin: I have heard among this clan you are called the forgotten man.
   
From the Shows: High Society
Dubarry Was A Lady
From the Album: Robbie Williams - Swing When You're Winning
From the Book: Robbie Williams/Swing When You're Winning
   

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From the Book: Robbie Williams/Swing When You're Winning
   

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Great duo number!

9/9/2012 10:12pm

This is a fantastic arrangement of the piece made popular in High Society by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby.

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