Handwriting and other details have been reported based on the notes of David Berger, Andrew Homzy, Dr. Theodore Hudson, Walter van de Leur, and Mark Tucker.
Condition: fair, tape, torn, worn. Folder A -- 5p., folder B -- 6p., folder C -- 10p., folder D -- 25p. Folder E -- 3p. Folder E -- 9p.
Music by Duke Ellington ans words by Carl Sigman, as credited in the 1940 copyright. Also known as "Slow Tune." -- Timnner
32 parts and 1 score.
All too soon is contained in 5 folders consisting of 6 scores, 4 lead sheets, and 32 parts -- in pencil, ink, and duplicate -- concert keys of Ab Maj, C Maj, Db Maj, and G Maj -- in unidentified hand (Strayhorn? Tizol?) -- from the Duke Ellington Library.
Folder A contains 4 lead sheets.
Folder B contains one conductor score and two short scores.
Folder C contains parts for Johnny (2), Paul, Carney (2), Ray (2), trombone, and bass (2).
Folder D contains two short scores and parts for Jimmy, Paul, Carney, Smith, alto, tenor, trumpet, trombone, Butter, Bass, and Piano. Also in another key parts for alto, bass, guitar, drums, and piano.
folder E contains one short score and parts for Carney (3) Rex, Wallace, Brown, Tricky, and unidentified lead sheet. -- from the Duke Ellington and Mercer Ellington libraries, and Presentation Album I p.23.