In the Mood is a famous song from Glenn Miller with His Orchestra, which belongs to the genres big band and swing.
The song was released on September 15, 1939, and is a beautiful mix of big band and swing musical genres.
It was published by the RCA Bluebird record label.
The song is not part of any album, but it was released as a single. The single’s B-side is I Want to Be Happy
Musically, it begins with a sax section with repeated arpeggios. It also contains trumpet and trombones riffs.
The two solos included in the song consist in a tenor fight between Al Klink and Tex Beneke and in a trumpet solo. The famous musical composition ends with an ascending coda and a tonic pitch with a rim shot.
The free In the Mood piano sheet music was written by Joe Garland, Andy Razaf, and Wingy Manone.
It is based on The Beatles and Swing the Mood, from Jive Bunny And The Mastermixers.
Important re-recordings of In the Mood were made by Ernie Fields, and it reached number seven on the R&B chart and four on the Pop chart.
Also, it was recorded by Jonathan King, in 1976, by Bette Midler in 1973, by the band Chicago, in 1975, the band Destruction, in 1978, by Jerry Lee Lewis, Bad Manners, Bill Haley & His Comets, the Andrews Sisters and many others.
The jazz song is one of the most famous musical arrangements of all time as well as one of the most recognizable.