RECORDED BY BING CROSBY WITH THE ANDREWS SISTERS
ARRANGED BY VIC SCHOEN
Vic Schoen's arrangement of the Cole Porter classic 'Don't Fence Me In' became a huge hit for Bing Crosby with the Andrews Sisters in 1944. Supposedly Crosby went into the studio on July 25, 1944 having not previously seen or heard this song and within 30 minutes, he and the Andrews Sisters had made the recording, which later sold over a million copies and topped the Billboard charts for eight weeks in 1944-45.
This is not a difficult arrangement from an instrumental point of view. But, similar to our other Andrews Sisters arrangements, the hard part will be recreating the Andrews Sisters sound of the vocal trio with a solo male vocalist. Tenor 1 is on clarinet throughout.
# Trumpet 1: B5
# Trombone 1: G flat 4
# Vocal Key: E flat
# Male Vocal Range: Bb2 to Db4
Western Swing - Medium Difficulty