"Hey, Look Me Over" was written for the Broadway Musical “Wildcat” in 1960.
In the original version, the song was sung by comedy player Lucille Ball, in her only Broadway role ever.
The song are performed and recorded by many famous artists. Both Louis Armstrong, Judy Garland, Bing Crosby and Gene Krupa have made great success with it. As late as in 2017, Jamie Cullum performed it in the movie "Going In Style".
There are a number of band arrangements of this song. Now it is finally available in a flexible version that will fit well for both marching as well as in a concert.
Haakon Esplo, b. 1970, is from a small place near Oslo named Kolbotn in the county of Oppegård. He has a bacheler from The Norwegian Academy of Music and his main instument is recorder (blockflöte). He has been working as a musician, teacher and a conductor for both young- and adult bands. Esplo masters several instruments and has been composing and arranging music for many years. Most of the production for bands.
SOUND SAMPLE RECORDED BY NOTESERVICE WIND BAND, CONDUCTED BY REID GILJE
Full recording available on "Gill Bay - New Music for Flexible Instrumentation - Demo Tracks 2018-2019"
Download complete album or single track on iTunes or Amazon.
Can be streamed on TIDAL, Apple Music, Spotify, Beat, Deezer and Music Unlimited.
|Format||Score and parts|
|Theme/genre||May 17th repertoire, Film/TV/Musicals, Marches, Jazz/Blues, Popular music|
|Instrumentation||Brass band, Flexible instrumentation|
|Series||Noteservice Flex 7 Showmarch|
|Band catalogue||European Band Catalogue 2018|