The Mississippi Community
Symphonic Band



Mississippi Swing Repertoire!

Here is a listing of the tunes we can play
 

1. Auld Lang Syne

2.  Woodchoppers Ball, Woody Herman, 1939

3.   More, Ortolani and Oliviero, 1962

4.   A Day In the Life of a Fool, Luiz Bonfa, 1959

5.   Have You Met Miss Jones? , Richard Rogers, 1937

6.  Watermelon Man, Herbie Hancock, 1973

7.  Days of Wine & Roses, Henry Mancini, 1962

8.   In the Mood, Joe Garland, Glenn Millerís Arrangement, 1939

9.  The Greatest American Hero, Mike Post, 1981

10. Memory, Andrew Lloyd Webber, 1981

11. Little Brown Jug, Joseph Winner, 1869, Glenn Miller Hit, 1939

12. American Patrol, FW Meacham, Glenn Millerís Hit, 1939

13. Mack the Knife, Kurt Weill, 1928

14. Barbara Ann, Fred Fassert, 1961

15. Birth of the Blues, Ray Henderson, 1962

16. On Broadway, Barry Mann, 1962

17. Night & Day, Cole Porter, 1932

18. One Moment in Time, by Hammond and Bettis, 1987

19. I Made It Through the Rain, Gerard Kenny, 1979

20. Rock Around the Clock, Max Freedman, 1953

21. Good Times, Jerry Nowak, 1981

22. String of Pearls, Jerry Gray, 1941

23. Hello Dolly, Jerry Herman, 1963

24. Night Train, Jimmy Forrest, 1952

25. Lilí Darlin, Neal Hefti, 1958

26. Moonlight Serenade, Glenn Miller, 1939

27. Harlem Nocturne, Earle Hagen, 1940

28. If, David Gates, 1971

29. The Look of Love, Burt Bacharach, 1967

30. Moon River, Henry Mancini, 1961 (STITZEL VERSION)

31. Twist and Shout, Russell and Medley, 1960

32. Hello Again, Neil Diamond, 1980

33. Shake, Rattle and Roll, Charles Calhoun, 1954

34. Over the Rainbow, Harold Arlond, 1938

35. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Raye and Prince, 1940
 

36.  King Edward Stomp, David Miller, in the Style of the Ď20s

37.  Second Line, Traditional, New Orleans.

38.  Satin Doll, Duke Ellington, 1953

39.  This Masquerade, Leon Russell, 1972  (Cut and paste)

40.  Mercy, Mercy, Mercy, Josef Zawinul, 1966 (Cut and paste)

41.  Beer Barrel Polka

42.  Perfidia

43.  Besame Mucho

44.  Stompiní at the Savoy, Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson and Chick Webb, 1936.

45.  My Funny Valentine, Richard Rodgers, 1937

46.  The Man I Love, George and Ira Gershwin, 1924.

47.  I Canít Stop Loving You, Don Gibson, 1958

48.  'S Wonderful, George and Ira Gershwin, 1927

49.  Someone to Watch Over Me, George and Ira Gershwin, 1926 (Vocal)

50.  Georgia, Hoagy Carmichael, 1930

51.  Basin Street Blues, Spencer Williams, 1928

52.  Donít Get Around Much Anymore, Duke Ellington, 1942

53.  Iím Beginning to See the Light, Don George, Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington and Harry James, 1944.

54.  It Donít Mean a Thing If It Ainít Got that Swing, Duke Ellington and Irving Mills, 1932.

55.  Alexanderís Ragtime Band, Irving Berlin, 1911

56.  Malaguena, Ernesto Lecuona, 1928

57.  Do Nuthiní Till You Hear From Me, Duke Ellington, 1943

58.  A Foggy Day, Gershwin, 1937

59.  How High the Moon, Lewis and Hamilton, 1940

60.  Norwegian Wood, 1965, John Lennon & Paul McCartney

61.  Chattanooga Choo Choo,  Harry Warren, 1941

62.  Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy, Stone and Stapp, 1950

63.  Tuxedo Junction, Feyne and Hawkins, 1940

64.  Take the ďAĒ Train, Billy Strayhorn, 1941

65.  New York, New York,  John Kander, 1977

66.  Two OíClock Jump

67.  When I Fall In Love

68.  Embraceable You

69.  Stormy Weather

70.  Pink Panther

71.  Opus One

72.  Oye Como Va

73.  Send in the Clowns

74.  James Bond Theme

75.  Blueberry Hill

76.  Peter Gunn (Wolpe)

77.  Sing, Sing, Sing

78.  Alright, Okay, You Win

79.  Girl From Ipanema

80.  Go Mississippi!

81.  Birthday Song

82.  Patriotís Anthem

83.  Ainít Misbehavin

84.  Danny Boy

85.  Leap Frog

86.  Moonglow

87.  Misty

88.  Endless Love

89.  Bandstand Boogie

90.  Sentimental Journey

91.  My Way

92.  Lady Sings the Blues

93.  I Feel Good (I Got You)

 

 

 

Bookings / Additional Information

Contact David Schommer, Bandleader 
Phone: 601-nine five one-9091 
FAX: 601-eight five three-0183 
Email: trumpetdls at aol dot com