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Moon Over Miami (ver. 1) by Joe Burke - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
The popular Jazz song Moon Over Miami was written in 1935 by songwriters Joe Burke and Edgar Leslie. There were several different recordings available on 78 rpm during the early months of 1936. The most popular version was by Eddy Duchin and his Orchestra. Others out there were by singer Connee Boswell, Jan Garber's orchestra, Lud Gluskin's orchestra with vocal by a young Buddy Clark, and the BBC Dance Orchestra of Henry Hall. There was also a later version in 1945 by Vaughn Monroe. Recordings from the late 1940s and early 1950s include jazz pianist George Shearing, and also one by the big band conductor Ralph Flanagan. In 1957, Bill Haley & His Comets recorded a rock and roll version. Joseph A. Burke (March 18, 1884 – June 9, 1950) was an American actor, composer and pianist. He was born in Philadelphia and died in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Joseph A. Burke (March 18, 1884 – June 9, 1950) was an American actor, composer and pianist. He was born in Philadelphia and died in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and started a career in acting. His first acting break was in the 1915 film The Senator, his last was The Show of Shows in 1929. He went on to compose film scores. These include: * Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929) * Hearts in Exile * Little Johnny Jones * She Couldn’t Say No * Hold Everything * Dancing Sweeties * Oh Sailor Behave * Top Speed * Sweethearts on Parade * Sally * Big Boy and Palooka (also known as The Great Schnozzle) His hit songs include: * "Carolina Moon" - Gene Austin (1929) * "Dancing With Tears in My Eyes" - Nat Shilkret (1930) * "On Treasure Island" - Tommy Dorsey (1935) * "Moon Over Miami" - Eddy Duchin (1936) * "Who Wouldn’t Love You" - Kay Kyser (1942) He wrote numerous songs, including: * "Baby Your Mother" * "Tip Toe Through the Tulips" * "For You" * "Yearning" * "Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" * "A Little Bit Independent" * "In a Little Gypsy Tearoom" * "It Looks Like Rain in.
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