George Siravo is an arranger Frank Sinatra recorded under during his late Columbia career.

With Sinatra[edit | edit source]

Axel Stordahl and George Siravo were the two primary arrangers Sinatra used during his late 1940s career. Stordahl carried through until around mid 1948, to which Sinatra would use Siravo as well. Siravo arranged Sinatra's final Columbia album, Sing and Dance with Frank Sinatra.[1]

Eventually, in 1954, when Sinatra signed onto Capitol Records, he chose to bring Siravo along with him for his first album under the new label. Songs for Young Lovers may have been conducted by Sinatra's longtime arranger Nelson Riddle, but it was arranged by Siravo.

Discography[edit | edit source]

Below is a list of all albums Frank Sinatra recorded that were arranged by George Siravo:

References[edit | edit source]

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