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The great American songbook : jazz : music and lyrics for 100 classic songs : [piano, vocal, guitar].

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 1476875502
  • ISBN: 9781476875507
  • Physical Description: 1 score (400 pages) ; 31 cm
  • Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, [2014]

Content descriptions

General Note:
For voice and piano or solo piano; with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
Formatted Contents Note:
All alone -- All blues -- All or nothing at all -- Angel eyes -- Allen's alley -- Almost like being in love g(from Brigadoon) -- Alone together -- Along came Betty -- And the angels sing -- As time goes by (from Casablanca) -- Bernie's tune -- Between the devil and the deep blue sea (from Rhythmania) -- Billie's bounce (Bill's bounce) -- Bluesette -- Blue moon -- But not for me (from Girl crazy) -- Cherokee (Indian love song) -- Can't we be friends -- Comes love -- Cute -- Crazy rhythm (from The Cotton Club) -- Dancing in the dark (from The Band wagon ; from Dancing in the dark) -- Darn that dream -- Emily (from the MGM motion picture The americanization of Emily) -- Days of wine and roses (from Days of wine and roses) -- Django -- Embraceable you (from Crazy for you) -- Estate -- Ev'ry time we say goodbye (from Seven lively arts) -- Fascinating rhythm (from Rhapsody in blue) -- Fly me to the moon (In other words) -- A foggy day (In London town) (from A damsel in distress) -- Gee baby, ain't I good to you -- Giant steps -- Girl talk (from the Paramount picture Harlow) -- How deep is the ocean (How high is the sky) -- How about you? -- How long has this been going on? (from Rosalie) -- I got rhythm (from Girl crazy ; from American in Paris) -- I'll remember April -- If I had you -- In your own sweet way -- Laura -- It had to be you -- Jumpin' at the Woodside -- Just friends -- Just one of those things (from High society) -- Just squeeze me (but don't tease me) -- A kiss to build a dream on -- The lamp is low -- Li'l Darlin' -- Love you madly -- Love for sale (from The New Yorkers) -- Love is here to stay (from American in Paris ; from Goldwyn Follies) -- Love walked in -- Lucky to be me (from On the town) -- Lullaby of the leaves -- Lullaby in rhythm -- Mack the knife (from The threepenny opera) -- The man I love (from Strike up the band) -- Midnight sun -- The more I see of you (from Twentieth-Century-Fox Technicolor musical Billy Rose's diamond horseshoe) -- My one and only love -- Nice work if you can get it (from Damsel in distress) -- Night and day (from Gay divorce) -- A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square -- Over the rainbow (from The wizard of Oz) -- Nuages -- Oh, lady be good! (from Lady, be good!) -- Oleo -- On Green Dolphin Street -- One o'clock jump -- Prelude to a kiss -- Reunion blues -- 'Round midnight -- 'S wonderful (from Funny face) -- St. Thomas -- The shadow of your smile (love theme from The sandpiper) -- Shiny stockings -- Someone to watch over me (from Oh, Kay!) -- Spring can really hang you up the most -- Spring is here (from I married an angel) -- Squeeze me -- Star eyes -- Stars fell on Alabama -- Street of Dreams -- Summertime (from Porgy and Bess) -- Sweet Georgia Brown -- Sweet Lorraine -- Taking a chance on love -- That's all -- There is no greater love -- They can't take that away from me (from Shall we dance) -- Waltz for Debby -- Watch what happens (from The umbrellas of Cherbourg) -- Whisper not -- Wave -- What is this thing called love? (from Wake up and dream) -- When your lover has gone -- You must believe in spring.
Subject: Jazz vocals.
Piano music (Jazz)
Motion picture music > Excerpts > Vocal scores with piano.
Musicals > Excerpts > Vocal scores with piano.
Popular music.
All alone / Irving Berlin.
All blues / Miles Davis.
All or nothing at all / Music by Arthur Altman; lyrics by Jack Lawrence.
Angel eyes / Matt Dennis and Earl Brent.
Wee / Denzil Best.
Almost like being in love / Music by Fredrick Lowe ; lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner.
Alone together / Words by Howard Dietz; music by Arthur Schwartz.
Along came Betty / Benny Golson.
And the angels sing / Johnny Mercer, Ziggy Elman.
As time goes by / Herman Hupfeld.
Bernie's tune / Bernie Miller, Jerry Lieber, and Mike Stoller.
Between the devil and the deep blue sea / Words by Ted Koehler; music by Harold Arlen.
Billie's bounce / Charlie Parker.
Bluesette / Music by Toots Thielemans; lyrics by Norman Gimbel.
Blue moon / Music by Richard Rodgers; lyrics by Lorenz Hart.
But not for me / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
Cherokee (Indian love song) / Ray Noble.
Can't we be friends? / Kay Swift and James Warburg.
Comes love / Lew Brown, Charles Tobias, and Sam Stept.
Cute / Words by Stanley Styne ; music by Neal Hefti.
Crazy rhythm / Words by Irving Caesar ; music by Joseph Meyer, Roger Wolfe Kahn.
Dancing in the dark / Music by Arthur Schwartz ; lyrics by Howard Dietz.
Darn that dream / Music by Jimmy Van Heusen ; lyric by Eddie DeLange.
Emily / Johnny Mandel and Johnny Mercer.
Days of wine and roses / Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer.
Django / John Lewis.
Embraceable you / Music by George Gershwin; words by Ira Gershwin.
Estaté / Lyrics: Bruno Brighetti, Music: Bruno Martino ; English lyrics: Joel E. Siegel.
Every time we say goodbye / Cole Porter.
Fascinatin' rhythm / George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin.
Fly me to the moon / Bart Howard.
A foggy day / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
Gee baby, ain't I good to you / Words by Don Redman and Andy Razaf; music by Don Redman.
Giant steps / John Coltrane.
Girl talk / Music by Neal Hefti; words by Bobby Troup.
How deep is the ocean (how high is the sky) / Irving Berlin.
How about you? / Words by Ralph Freed; music by Burton Lane.
How long has this been going on? / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
I got rhythm / Ira Gershwin and George Gershwin.
I'll remember April / Don Raye, Gene De Paul and Patricia Johnston.
If I had you / Ted Shapiro, Jimmy Campbell and Reginald Connelly.
In your own sweet way / Music by Dave Brubeck ; lyrics by Iola Brubeck.
Laura / David Raksin and Johnny Mercer.
It had to be you / Words by Gus Kahn; music by Isham Jones.
Jumpin' at the woodside / Words by Jon Hendricks ; Music by Count Basie.
Just friends / Music by John Klenner; lyrics by Sam M. Lewis.
Just one of those things / Cole Porter.
Just squeeze me / Music by Duke Ellington ; lyrics by Lee Gaines.
A kiss to build a dream on / Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby, and Oscar Hammerstein II.
The lamp is low / Maurice Ravel, Peter De Rose, Bert Shefter, Mitchell Parish.
Li'l darlin' / Music by Neal Hefti; lyrics by Bart Howard.
Love you madly / Duke Ellington.
Love for sale / Cole Porter.
Our love is here to stay / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
Love walked in / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
Lucky to be me / Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, Adolph Green.
Lullaby of the leaves / Music by Bernice Petkere; lyrics Joe Young.
Lullaby in rhythm / Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Clarence Profit, and Walter Hirsch.
Mack the knife / Music by Kurt Weill; German words by Bertolt Brecht; English words by Marc Blitzstein.
The man I love / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
Midnight sun / Music by Lionel Hampton and Sonny Burke; lyrics by Johnny Mercer.
The more I see of you / Words by Mack Gordon; music by Harry Warren.
My one and only love / Music by Guy Wood; words by Robert Mellin.
Nice work if you can get it / Music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
Night and day / Cole Porter.
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square / Music by Manning Sherwin ; lyrics by Eric Maschwitz.
Over the rainbow / Music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by E. Y. Harburg.
Nuages / Django Reinhardt, Spencer Williams, Jacques Larue.
Lady be good / George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin.
Oleo / Sonny Rollins.
On Green Dolphin Street / Ned Washington and Bronislau Kaper.
One o'clock jump / Count Basie.
Prelude to a kiss / Music by Duke Ellington; words by Irving Gordon and Irving Mills.
Reunion blues / Milt Jackson.
Around midnight
'S wonderful / Words by Ira Gershwin; music by George Gershwin.
St. Thomas / Sonny Rollins.
The shadow of your smile / Music by Johnny Mandel; lyrics by Paul Francis Webster.
Shiny stockings / Frank Foster and Ella Fitzgerald.
Someone to watch over me / Words by Ira Gershwin; Music by George Gershwin.
Spring can really hang you up the most / Music by Tommy Wolf; Lyrics by Fran Landesman.
Spring is here / Music by Richard Rodgers ; lyrics by Lorenz Hart.
Squeeze me (The boy in the boat) / Thomas "Fats" Waller and Clarence Williams.
Star eyes / Don Raye and Gene dePaul.
Stars fell on Alabama / Mitchell Parish and Frank Perkins.
Street of dreams / Music by Victor Young ; lyrics by Sam F. Lewis.
Summertime / George Gershwin.
Sweet Georgia Brown / Ben Bernie, Kenneth Casey and Maceo Pinkard.
Sweet Lorraine / Music by Cliff Burwell; lyrics by Mitchell Parish.
Takin' a chance on love / Vernon Duke, John LaTouche and Ted Fetter.
That's all / Bob Haymes and Alan Bryant.
There is no greater love / Isham Jones and Marty Symes.
They can't take that away from me / Music by George Gershwin; lyrics by Ira Gershwin.
Waltz for Debby / Bill Evans and Gene Lees.
Watch what happens / Normal Gimbel, Michel Legrand and Jacques Demy.
Whisper not / Benny Golson and Leroy Jackson.
Wave / Antonio Carlos Jobim.
What is this thing called love? / Cole Porter.
When your lover has gone / Einar Swan.
You must believe in spring / Music by Michael LeGrand ; lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman.

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