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All or nothing at all

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Product ID: HL6 07010351
By Arthur Altman
published: 1939

Hal Leonard
Jazz Ensemble Library
Jazz - Pop Rock
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This often recorded standard is expertly arranged by George Stone in a medium swing style. Filled with creative harmonies and soaring ensemble figures, this is truly an outstanding choice for contest or festival use.

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All or nothing at all

Arthur Altman (1910-1994)

Arthur Altman, (born 1910, Brooklyn - died 18 January 1994 Lake Worth, Florida, aged 83) was an American songwriter whose credits "All or Nothing at All," (with lyrics by Jack Lawrence) and the lyrics for "All Alone Am I" and "I Will Follow Him." [1] Altman studied violin and began his professional career as a violinist with the CBS Radio Orchestra. His first nationally known song was "Play Fiddle Play," which he wrote in the early 1930s for the orchestra leader Emory Deutsch. Among the 400 songs he wrote, All or Nothing at All was recorded by Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey.
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