Miff mole after you ve gone sheet music


Home Indiana Sheet Music After you've gone Reference URL Share . Comment Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To ... After You’ve Gone. Music by Turner Layton, lyrics by Henry Creamer (1918) ... Miff Mole. 1930 1930 Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra. 1930 1927-1934 Irving Milfred Mole, better known as Miff Mole (11 March 1898 – 29 April 1961) was a jazz trombonist and band leader. He is generally considered as one of the greatest jazz trombonists and credited with creating the first distinctive and influential solo jazz trombone style. Miff Mole was born in Roosevelt, New York. Sophie Tucker (vocalist) Note on name: Sometimes billed as "Sophie Tucker, The Queen of Jazz." Search Sophie Tucker on wikipedia.org = Recordings are available for online listening. Lyrics to After You've Gone by Miff Mole from the Great Sophie Tucker album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! ... Sheet Music ... Trombonist Miff Mole gained some fame in the 1920s for his many recordings with cornetist Red Nichols. At a time when many other trombonists had a much more percussive approach, Mole had an unusual style full of staccato runs, unpredictable interval jumps and impressive technique. Turner Layton’s After You’ve Gone introduces the Benny Goodman Trio, an offshoot of the clarinetist’s popular big band and notable for the inclusion of Teddy Wilson, the brilliant black pianist. The creative interplay demonstrated by these three musicians (with Gene Krupa on drums) is second to none.