The song was originally with Italian lyrics, recorded by Tony Renis and Emilio Pericoli in 1962. American entertainer Pat Boone recorded the song the same year, with English lyrics; “Tell Me When Will You Be Mine”.
The song is one of the best-selling singles of all time. It has been used by many artists and in many different arrangements, including Engelbert Humperdinck in 1968, Connie Francis in 1963, Michael Bublé in 2005.
""Quando, Quando, Quando"" is arranged in a samba rhythm style, and gives an opportunity to add some Latin hand percussion to the group, such as Chocalho (shaker), Cabasa, Tamborim (Hand Drum), Agogo bells, etc.
FLEX 5 SHOWBLOW
The works in the series are in five parts (plus optional parts for Bass Guitar and Drums) and will have the following instrumentation:
Works with a Brass Players only, Woodwind Players only - OR both together - up to full band.
Part 1, C Flute, Oboe
Part 1, Eb Eb Clarinet Eb Cornet
Part 1, Bb Bb Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone Bb Trumpet,Bb Cornet, Flugelhorn
Part 2, Bb Bb Clarinet Bb Trumpet,Bb Cornet, Flugelhorn
Part 2, Eb Alto Saxophone, Alto Clarinet Eb Alto Horn
Part 3, Eb Alto Saxophone, Alto Clarinet Eb Alto Horn
Part 3, F F Horn
Part 3, Bb Tenor Saxophone Bb Tenor Horn, Baritone/Euphonium
Part 3, C (B.C.) Trombone, Baritone/Euphonium (B.C.)
Part 4, Bb Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet Bb Tenor Horn, Baritone/Euphonium
Part 4, C (B.C.) Bassoon Trombone, Baritone/Euphonium (B.C.)
Part 5, Eb Baritone Saxophone Eb Tuba (T.C.)
Part 5, Bb Bb Tuba (T.C.)
Part 5, C (B.C.) Bassoon Tuba (B.C.)
Additional parts :
(Part 5 w/chords) Electric Bass, Accoustic String Bass
Keyboards ( Piano, Synthesizer etc. ) or Guitar
Drums Drum Set - for one player
or separated ( B.D., S.D., Cymbals, add. percussion ) - for min. 3 players
Bells, Xylophone or other melodic percussion can use Part 1,C