Singing the Blues

By Melvin Endsley / arr. Gerald Sebesky Grade: 1 (Very Easy) Item: 00-CB9619

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Only one other song in the entire rock era had a longer run at number one on the charts, and that was Elvis Presley's DON'T BE CRUEL/HOUND DOG. The writer of SINGING THE BLUES was 20-year old songster Melvin Endsley, and this was his first successful composition. Although recorded first by country artist Marty Robbins, it was Guy Mitchell's later version that propelled it to numero uno. Its staying power survives generation after generation of listeners and players! (duration 1:50)

Additional Information

Series: Pop Beginning Band
Composed by: Melvin Endsley
Arranged by: Gerald Sebesky
Ensemble: Concert Band
Format: Conductor Score & Parts
Page Count: 128
Item Number: 00-CB9619
UPC: 029156213508

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