Somewhere My Love (stage band series, arrangement by Ray Conniff), 2 different covers. Click on any of the covers to read the introduction and to see two sample pages (conductor 1 and vocal). The booklet features scores for the Conductor (3 pages), Piano (3 pages), 1st alto sax, 2nd Alto Sax, 1st Tenor Sax, 2nd Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax, Violins A-B, Violin C, Viola, Cello, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, 3rd Trombone, 4th Trombone, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 4th Trumpet, Guitar, Bass, Xylophone, Drums and Vocal.
Look Homeward, Angel (cover only)
Somewhere My Love (Ray Conniff Choral Series) (cover + 1 page)
When I Grow Too Old To Dream (cover only)
Wonderful Season of Summer (cover only)
Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing (vocal version) (cover only) In order to see what other songs and arrangements by Ray Conniff were available, click on the back cover scan on the right for enlargement.
“Evergreens” was a 26 page booklet, published in Germany in 1974. It featured the scores of “Rhapsody in Blue”, “’s Wonderful”, “You Do Something to Me”, “As Time Goes By”, “Someone to Watch Over Me”, “My Heart Stood Still”, “Something to Remember You By”, “Can’t We Be Friends”, “Let’s Put Out the Lights”, “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise”, “Somebody Loves Me” and “Don#t Fence Me In”, but NO arrangements by Ray Conniff. The booklet on the right, titled “Somewhere My Love” was published in the U.K. in 1967 and featured the scores of “Somewhere My Love”, “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing”, “Mam’selle”, “Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo”, “Three Coins in the Fountain”, “April Love”, “Friendly Persuasion” and “Shangri-La”, but again, NO arrangements by Ray Conniff.
“We’ve Only Just Begun” is the title of a 66 page book, featuring many rare black and white photographs of Ray and Vera. Songs featured are: Aquarius & Let the Sunshine In, Candida, Everybody’s Talkin’, Gentle on My Mind, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo, It Must be Him, King of the Road, Leaving on a Jet Plane, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing, Mam’selle, Midnight Cowboy, My Special Angel, The Power of Love*, Release Me, Snowbird, Someone*, Somewhere My Love, Spinning Wheel, Sunny, Taking a Chance on Love, There’s a Kind of Hush, Three Coins in the Fountain, We’ve only Just Begun and The Windmills of Your Mind. (*Composed by Ray Conniff)
Ray Conniff’s contribution to the San Remo Festival 1971, “Rose Nel Buio” (cover only)
’s Wonderful by Artie Shaw. Edited by Myles Collins. Arranged by Ray Conniff. For big band, Swing, Medium. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1243). Originally arranged by Ray Conniff for the Shaw band and recorded in January 1945, this excellent chart works so well on many levels. It contains a fair number of innovative arrangement techniques: the opening unison trombone riff, the tenor doubling lead beneath the trumpets, the clarinet leading the trumpets in the middle eight, a five-part combo in the middle and a great shift to full swing feel after Shaws' glorious solo work (which is written out in full). Conniff has taken what is otherwise an arguably slightly dull tune and turned it into a masterpiece. This chart is a must for all Shaw lovers. Style: Swing @ 195 b.p.m. Ranges:Trumpets 1-4: D6, C6, C6, C6Trombones 1-4: A4, Bb4, E4, E4.
Harmony (cover + 1 page)
Lookin’ For Love (cover only)
“The Musical World of Ray Conniff” piano music, guitar chords, words published by Robbins Music Corporation New York
No artwork available
Please note that I do not wish to risk copyright infringements, and therefore only covers and first pages are shown here. They reveal details of the copyright owners and publishing companies.
Amateur musicians might also find this website with its songs and chords useful. Just click on the scan on the left.
Sheet Music
’S WONDERFUL! The Ray Conniff Page  
SHEET MUSIC
Somewhere My Love (stage band series, arrangement by Ray Conniff), 2 different covers. Click on any of the covers to read the introduction and to see two sample pages (conductor 1 and vocal). The booklet features scores for the Conductor (3 pages), Piano (3 pages), 1st alto sax, 2nd Alto Sax, 1st Tenor Sax, 2nd Tenor Sax, Baritone Sax, Violins A-B, Violin C, Viola, Cello, 1st Trombone, 2nd Trombone, 3rd Trombone, 4th Trombone, 1st Trumpet, 2nd Trumpet, 3rd Trumpet, 4th Trumpet, Guitar, Bass, Xylophone, Drums and Vocal.
When I Grow Too Old To Dream (cover only)
Wonderful Season of Summer (cover only)
Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing (vocal version) (cover only) In order to see what other songs and arrangements by Ray Conniff were available, click on the back cover scan on the right for enlargement.
Ray Conniff’s contribution to the San Remo Festival 1971, “Rose Nel Buio” (cover only)
No artwork available
Harmony (cover + 1 page)
Please note that I do not wish to risk copyright infringements, and therefore only covers and first pages are shown here. They reveal details of the copyright owners and publishing companies.
“We’ve Only Just Begun” is the title of a 66 page book, featuring many rare black and white photographs of Ray and Vera. Songs featured are: Aquarius & Let the Sunshine In, Candida, Everybody’s Talkin’, Gentle on My Mind, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Hi- Lili, Hi-Lo, It Must be Him, King of the Road, Leaving on a Jet Plane, Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing, Mam’selle, Midnight Cowboy, My Special Angel, The Power of Love*, Release Me, Snowbird, Someone*, Somewhere My Love, Spinning Wheel, Sunny, Taking a Chance on Love, There’s a Kind of Hush, Three Coins in the Fountain, We’ve only Just Begun and The Windmills of Your Mind. (*Composed by Ray Conniff)
’s Wonderful by Artie Shaw. Edited by Myles Collins. Arranged by Ray Conniff. For big band, Swing, Medium. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL- 1243). Originally arranged by Ray Conniff for the Shaw band and recorded in January 1945, this excellent chart works so well on many levels. It contains a fair number of innovative arrangement techniques: the opening unison trombone riff, the tenor doubling lead beneath the trumpets, the clarinet leading the trumpets in the middle eight, a five-part combo in the middle and a great shift to full swing feel after Shaws' glorious solo work (which is written out in full). Conniff has taken what is otherwise an arguably slightly dull tune and turned it into a masterpiece. This chart is a must for all Shaw lovers. Style: Swing @ 195 b.p.m. Ranges:Trumpets 1-4: D6, C6, C6, C6Trombones 1-4: A4, Bb4, E4, E4.
“Evergreens” was a 26 page booklet, published in Germany in 1974. It featured the scores of “Rhapsody in Blue”, “’s Wonderful”, “You Do Something to Me”, “As Time Goes By”, “Someone to Watch Over Me”, “My Heart Stood Still”, “Something to Remember You By”, “Can’t We Be Friends”, “Let’s Put Out the Lights”, “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise”, “Somebody Loves Me” and “Don#t Fence Me In”, but NO arrangements by Ray Conniff. The booklet on the right, titled “Somewhere My Love” was published in the U.K. in 1967 and featured the scores of “Somewhere My Love”, “Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing”, “Mam’selle”, “Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo”, “Three Coins in the Fountain”, “April Love”, “Friendly Persuasion” and “Shangri- La”, but again, NO arrangements by Ray Conniff.
Look Homeward, Angel (cover only)
“The Musical World of Ray Conniff” piano music, guitar chords, words published by Robbins Music Corporation New York
Amateur musicians might also find this website with its songs and chords useful. Just click on the scan above.
’S WONDERFUL! The Ray Conniff Page