Fly Me To the Moon

Diana Krall

From a modern jazz best-seller

With an original title of “In Other Words” and written by Bart Howard in 1954, “Fly Me to the Moon” has since become a jazz standard. By the time Sinatra recorded his, the most famous, version of the song with Count Basie, Quincy Jones had decided for that arrangement the time signature should be ¾, not 4/4.

Canadian vocalist and pianist Diana Krallhas has sold 15 million albums worldwide. She’s the second best-selling jazz artist of the last decade. With seven multiplatinum albums and two Grammys under her belt she’s earned a firm place in jazz history.


Diana Krall, piano, vocals
John Clayton, bass