|for||Male choir (TB), piano|
|Musical Editions||Choir score|
|Author / Composer||Bart Howard|
|Scope||12 pages; 17.1 × 26.6 cm|
|Publisher / Producer||Hal Leonard|
“Fly Me to the Moon,” written in 1954, has become a part of the Great American Songbook. Not surprisingly, Buzz Aldrin played the song when he stepped onto the moon's surface in 1969. Many singers have recorded the tune, but Frank Sinatra's version has become the standard for this immortal song of love and admiration.