BOB FREEDMAN ARRANGEMENTS

Bob Freedman shown in photo playing in Woody Herman’s band on baritone sax.

Mini Biography:

Composer, songwriter, conductor, saxophonist and arranger. After his high school education, he became a saxophonist in the dance orchestras of Serge Chaloff, Vido Musso, Woody Herman, Herb Pomeroy and Maynard Ferguson. He also taught at the Berklee School of Music, and was the music director at a Boston recording studio. He joined ASCAP in 1958, and his popular-song compositions include “And We Listened”. For more on Bob Freedman, please visit his comprehensive website at www.BobFreedmanArranger.com

LISTING OF BOB FREEDMAN ARRANGEMENTS IN THE AMERICAN BIG BAND PRESERVATION SOCIETY LIBRARY.
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1. A SERVING FOR IRVING

2. AND WE LISTENED:
This is the original Maynard Ferguson instrumentation (4 saxes, 3 trumpets, 2 trombones, 3 rhythm + Maynard)
And We Listenedmp3

3. A BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP

4. ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE

5. ALMOST CRIED

6. BODY &  SOUL

7. I’LL REMEMBER APRIL

8. IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU

9. IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD

10. KILLER JOE

11. LOVER COME BACK TO ME

12. LOVER MAN

13. SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU

14. THE DUKE

15. UMMG

16. WALKIN’ SHOES

17. WHAT AM I HERE FOR?

18. YOU and THE NIGHT and THE MUSIC

19. YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM

20. YOU’VE CHANGED

21. THE FRIAR AND DR. GOULDING

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