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TIME AFTER TIME
EV'RY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE
"TIME AFTER TIME" is a jazz standard with lyrics written by Sammy Cahn and music by Jule Styne in 1946.
It was introduced by Frank Sinatra (and subsequently by Kathryn Grayson) in the film It Happened in Brooklyn.
This was arranged on Yamaha Tyros 5-76 and mixed on Logic Pro X using Dreamy Ballad plus eight tracks
Big Band Trumpet / Golden Trumpet / Silver Trumpet
2 further string tracks
6th July 2017
"EV'RY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE " is a song with lyrics and music by Cole Porter and published by Chappell & Company. It was introduced by Nan Wynn in 1944 in Billy Rose's musical revue Seven Lively Arts. The song has since become a jazz standard after gaining popularity in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Many artists have replaced the apostrophe in "ev'ry" with an "e".
The lyrics celebrate how very happy the singer is when in the company of their beloved, but suffering equally whenever they separate. Describing it by analogy as a musical "change from major to minor", Porter begins with an A♭ major chord and ends with an A♭ minor one, matching the mood of the music to the words.
This is arranged over 13 tracks on Logic Pro X to include
21st January 2017