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In the winter of 1932, Duke Ellington; consumate jazz pianist, composer and orchestrator; released It Don't Mean A Thing (If it ain't Got That Swing) which included live vocals by Ivie Anderson. A significant work that marked a shift in the fashionable style, from the Hot Jazz of the 1920s to the Swing music of the 1930s. The song went on to define the era and became one of his biggest and most successful hits.
This popular tune is supplied here with vocal arrangements for unaccompanied SAB choir.