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MANCINI SONG BOOK

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Contents

DEAR HEART 4

CHARADE............................................... 6

DREAMSVILLE 9

MOON RIVER 12

HOW SOON ••••••••.••••••••••••••..•....•..•••.••••... 14

MR. LUCKy ••......••....•••••••••..•.................•• 16

MAN'S FAVOURITE SPORT 18

(I LOVE YOU AND)

DON'T YOU FORGET IT 20

SLOW HOT WIND 24

MOSTLY FOR LOVERS 26

PUNCH AND JUDY 28

STRAIGHT TO BABY 33

BYE BYE 36

JOANNA 40

TO MY LOVE 42

SONG ABOUT LOVE 44

Entire contents Copyright @ 1965, Northridge Music, Inc.

Dear Heart

Words by

JAY LIVINGSTON

& RAY EVANS

Moderato

From the Warner Brothers Picture

"DEAR HEART"

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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Dear heart, wish you were here to warm
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Fmaj'7

F'7

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09

Om'7

C'7

C+

F

Fmaj'7

11
,
j.f- this night. My dear heart,
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F

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seems like a year since you've been out of my sight.
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B~m6

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A'7

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r.r ..... t ble for it's a
A sin - gle room, a - one;
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Copyright © 1964 NORTHRIDGE MUSIC INC. & M. WITMARK & SONS

Sole selling agent LARRY SHAYNE MUSIC INC .• 1619 Broadway, New York 19, N. Y.

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tJ lone Q all rightl I'll
- some town But soon
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kiss you hel - 10 at our front door, and
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dear heart I want you to know I'll leave
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J ne - ver more.
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6

Charade.

Lyrics by JOHNNY MERCER

Title Song From The Stanley Donen Production A Universal Release

Music by HENRY MANCINI

Moderate Waltz

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child - ren pos - mg Play - ing at games,

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act - ing out names, Guess-ing the parts we played.

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Any alTangement or adaptation of this composition without the consent of the owner is an infringement of copyright

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os, what a hit we made We came on next to
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1 . __ Best the lov - ers
cos - 109 on un -
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love left the mas - que - rade. Fate seemed to pull the

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. -- I hear it still I al-ways will
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Best
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"Pd"". (Juun"

Words by RAY EVANSand JAY LIVINGSTON

Piano

Refrain (slowly and erpressi rely)

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Dreamsville

9

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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G 7

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in Dreams - vil le ; hold - ing YOu; A
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Sole Se l l in g Agent: Larry Shayne Music, Inc., t6t!) Broadway, New York l!1, N.Y.

Compass Music Ltd., 50, New Bond Street, London, W.l.

International Copyright Secured

19598

All Rights Reserved

Made in England

Any arrangement or adaptation of this comoosmon u'tthm4C the consent of thf owner tS an tnfringemenr of copyright

Th.! oerjornvance of any parodied "ersion and the use of the hncs of this song «!lth any other music is expressly prohibited

10

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Time is new; We're here to
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and

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can

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see the rest of the world be - low us from our pink
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cloud. There's no bound - 'ry to this mag - ic land
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12

AS SUNG IN THE PARAMOUNT PICTURE ((BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S"

Moon

River

Words by JOHNNY MERCER

Slowly C

mt

Music by HENRY MANCINI

fl
,) Moon Riv - er , wid er than
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cross - some day.
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drift - ers,

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,J er the same rain - bow's end ~ait - in' 'round the
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bend, my Huck-Ie - ber - ry friend, Moon Riv - er
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19598

Ho"W Soon

Theme from the Richard Boone T V Show

Lyric by AL STILLMAN

A. S. C.A. P.

Music by HENRY MANCINI

A. s. C. A. P.

F(suspB~)

SOON

flame of love can

HOW

the

Om (Fbass)

C7 (Fbass)

die. -+

SOON

HOW

good - night be - comes good

F

Cm (Ebbass)

D7

gone

You're

now +-

Om

Om (Pbass)

Cm (Ebbass)

and

'ry- thing

seems

on

now __ ~_

ev

out

of

19598

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Sole selling agent LARRY SHAYNE MUSIC INC., 1619 Broadway, New York 19, N. Y.

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C7

F

Om (Fbas~

:!!:

C7 (Fbass)

make an - oth

And

love

heart ~r

.. can

Am7(~5) D7

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Om

day

start. -----------~r

F

Bm7(~5)

Om7

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who

tritard)

can say HOW

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stay

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Fmaj7 1':\

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Om

C7

,

SOON.

How Soon-2

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19598

16

Mr.

Lucky

Music by HENRY MANCINI

Words by

JAY LIVINGSTON

and RAY EVANS Moderato

Piano

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ill p'~J t--1
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Refrain (con moto) fl ~.

D9

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Dm7

G9

----

1, __

Luck - y

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C 7

F7(6)

B~ j 9

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fl ~ rn rna •
@.J '-'_ _r;./ V" ~ __ 4I- ~ten 41- .. ...
girl, luck - y guy. you take my hand or

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touch my cheek I know Jin on a 1 e - lIne luck - y
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Dm7

G9

D9

DrtJ.7

fl u -- ,
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streak. A luck - y rain - bow lights the sky

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say I'm luck - y, mis - ter luck - y guy and you're the
say you're luck - y , mis - ter luck- y guy but dar - ling

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18

Man's Favourite Sport

Lyrics by JOHNNY MERCER

Music by HENRY MANCINI

Bouncy

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'- Some men are gooa at hunt-ing quail. Some like to s'aH, while oth-;rs like to
men like swimming in the sea. Some wa - ter ski, while oth-ers like to
men wear un at - tract-ive shorts A-round the courts, or traipsing through the

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box. Some men pre-fer to surf, still oth - ers like the turf, And
fence. De - vel- o-ping phy-sique, some climb a moun-tain peak, And
links. Some think a game is nice called curl- ing on the ice, Or Om7

C7

F7 Bdim Cm7

F7

fl. I ,
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lose a lot _ of mon - ey on the jocks. Some men say ju - do is their
rough it in _those lit - tle can-vas tents. To some, a par - a-chute's the
ev - enmumble-ty peg or tid-dle - winks. Some like the sports of yes - ter-
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International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Made in England

Any arrangement or adaptation of this comtJosition WIthout the consent of the owner IS an infringement of copyright

The performance of any parodied version and the use of the tyrics of this song With any other music is expresst~ prohibited

f\ I m7 E9, 5
~ dish, While oth-ers fish where ~oun-tain ~a - ter swirls. But let a
thing; He pulls a string as down to earth he hurls. But let a
day, And ev - en play the an-cient game of scurls. IBu~
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F+ Bb

f\ I m m
.J ap - pear, he'll pur - sue ~ A~d~r:n his fing- ers curls.
girl her;_ through her
doll ap - pear, he'll pur - sue her,_ And run his fing- ers through her curls. _
maid ap - pear, they'll pur - sue her, And run their fing - ers through her curls.
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One man is good at shooting skeet. Another's treat

Is maybe throwing darts. Some men go in for squash, Some others, klabiosh,

Still others love a lively game of hearts. Some men put on an aqualung,

And swim among

The barnacles and pearls. But let a chick appear, They'll pursue her,

And run their fingers through her curls. And that's the way it's been

Since the world began,

The favorite sport of man is girls!

Man's Favorite Sport - 2

Some like the arrow and the bow, While others throw

A discus down the green Still others like to bowl, Or shooting for a hole.

Especially the one they call nineteen. Some men go gliding through the sky, Or even try

To capture flying squirrels. But let a lass appear, They'll pursue her,

And run their fingers through her curls. And that's the way it's been

Since the world began,

The favorite sport of man is girlsl

19598

Lyric by AL STILLMAN Liuely Latin style

I Love You and Don't You Forget

It

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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3. I love you and don't _ you for-get it, Ba - by._
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Love me, too, and you_ won't re-gret it, Ba - by,_
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22

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SLOW HOT WIND

Lyric by NORMAN GIMBEL

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Music by HENRY MANCINI

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25

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19598

26

MOSTLY FOR LOVERS

Lyric by

PAUL FRANCIS WEBSTER

Moderately slow

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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most-ly_ for you and me._ The moon shines bright-ly for
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International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Made in England

Any arrangement or adaptatIOn of this cornnosuron ""thout the consent oj" the owner IS an mfringement of copyright

The performance of any parodied version and the use of the lyncs of this son I( w,th any other rnusrc is expressly prohibiud

27

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There may be lips that are will- ing ; I've kissed a
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19598

28

PUNCH AND JUDY

Words by JAY LIVINGSTON and RAY EVANS

From the Stanley Donen Production, "CH.ARADE" Music by

HENRY MANCINI

Moderate two-beat

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wife, a girl whose name is Ju - dy; life has made her mean and moo - dy,
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Copyright © 1%3 by SOUTHDALE MUSIC CORP. and NOIITIlEFN MUSIC CORP, Compass Music Ltd., 50, New Bond Street, London, W.I.

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29

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19598

30

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chap be- gins with "How - dy doo - dy;" whap l Look out, he's punch-ing Ju - dy,
stand and look at Punch and Ju - dy, and they're act - ing mean and moo - dy,
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Don't be -lieve a sing - Ie word you see, For when they're
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thru with all their hoot - in', hiss - in', you can bet they're hug - gin', kiss - in';
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19598

32

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STRAIGHT TO BABY

33

Words by

RAY EVANS and

JAY LIVINGSTON

Moderately

"SESSION AT PETE'S PAD"

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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36

BYE

BYE

Words by

JAY LIVINGSTON and RAY EVANS

Theme from "PETER GUNN"

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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I'm gon - na kiss you good - bye and go right thru that door-way!
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40

JOANNA

Music by HENRY MANCINI

Lyric by

JOHNNY MERCER

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I stand there star

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42

TO MY LOVE

Words by

JAY LIVINGSTON and RAY EVANS

Moderately slow

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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day. In your hand I'll place the morn - ing
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44

SONG ABOUT LOVE

Lyric by

AL STILLMAN

Music by HENRY MANCINI

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COMPASS

MUS I C

_HenrI! Mancini

Henry Mancini was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 16, 1924. His father, Quinto, and his mother, Anna, soon moved to the steel town of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania. It was here at the age of eight that young Henry was first introduced to music. His father, a former flutist, started him off on the flute.

At the age of twelve he took up the piano and within a few years became interested in arranging. A need for instruction and guidance led to Max Adkins, who was then conductor and arranger for the house orchestra at the Stanley Theater in Pittsburgh.

Soon after graduation from Aliquippa High School in the fall of 1942 he enrolled at the Juilliard School of Music. His studies were interrupted by a service draft call in 1943. Upon release from the service in 1945, Mr. Mancini joined the Glenn Miller/Tex Beneke orchestra as pianist-arranger. It was here that he met his wife, the former Ginny O'Connor, who was singing with the band.

They were married in Hollywood in 1947 and now live in the Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles, with their three children, a boy, Chris, and twin girls, Monica and Felice.

Private studies continued with Ernst Krenek, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco and Dr.

Alfred Sendry.

In 1952, Mr. Mancini joined the music department of Universal-International Studios.

During the next six years he contributed to over one hundred films, most notable of which were THE GLENN MILLER STORY (for which he received an Academy Award nomination), THE BENNY GOODMAN STORY, and Orson Welles' TOUCH OF EVIL.

Soon after leaving UI, he was engaged by producer/director Blake Edwards to score the TV series PETER GUNN. His use of the jazz idiom created an instant success and resulted in a nomination from the TV Academy of Arts and Sciences for the Emmy Award.

The album MUSIC FROM PETER GUNN was released by RCA Victor and to date has sold over one million copies. The album was voted two Grammies by the members of N.A.R.A.S. (National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences) as "Album of the Year" (1958) and "Best Arrangement of the Year".

The success of "PETER GUNN" was soon repeated by another Edwards-Mancini collaboration, "MR. LUCKY". The use of lush strings and organ provided a complete contrast from the driving GUNN music. The album MUSIC FROM MR. LUCKY joined PETER GUNN as a best-seller. N.A.R.A.S. again honored Mr. Mancini with two Grammies for "Best Arrangement" and "Best Performance by an Orchestra". (His album THE BLUES AND THE BEAT was also awarded a Grammy that year - 1960). Mr. Mancini is now the proud owner of eleven Grammies. To date, this is a record accomplishment.

His return to motion picture scoring has so far produced the scores to HIGH TIME, THE GREAT IMPOSTER, BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, BACHELOR IN PARADISE, HATARI, EXPERIMENT IN TERROR, DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES, CHAR.A:DE, SOLDLER IN THE RAIN and THE PINK PANTHER.

In 1962 the Motion Picture Academy recognized Mancini's ability by awarding him two Oscars, one for best original score, BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S and the other for best song, MOON RIVER (lyrics by Johnny Mercer). In 1963 Mancini and Mercer Won another Oscar for their DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES.

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HENRY MANCINI COMPOSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT YOUR MUSIC DEALER or the Publishers:-

Campau oil usic JZ tJ.

50. NEW BOND STREET. LONDON. W.7.

Mancini Magic for:-

MANCINI SONG BOOK

For Voice and Piano Includes:

DEAR HEART • MOON RIVER. CHARADE • MR. LUCKY • BYE BYE (Peter Gunn), etc.

for Dance Combosf f Mancini Goes latin

Almost All Popular Latin Rhythms - Including: ORANGE TAMOURE • LIGHTLY LATIN • MR. LUCKY • SLOW HOT WIND • MAMBO PARISIENNE • LATIN SNOWFALL.

lS SONGS

All with Piano Ace.

for Eb Instruments for C Instruments for Bb Instruments

ALL ORGANS

Includes:

EASY PIANO

Includes:

CHARADE • DEAR HEART HOW SOON

DEAR HEART • MOON RIVER CHARADE, etc.

HENRY MANCINI COMPOSITIONS ARE A VA/LABLE AT YOUR MUSIC DEALER or the Publishers:-

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