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Jazz Gems - Jazz Piano Solos Series Volume 13 (Piano)

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21 jazz classics arranged for solo piano with chord names: All Too Soon • Confirmation • Don't Explain • Line for Lyons • Little Sunflower • Naima (Niema) • A Night in Tunisia • Nuages • Spain • Stablemates • Stolen Moments • Topsy • Two Bass Hit • and more.

Song List:

  • A Night In Tunisia John Dizzy' Gillespie Frank Paparelli Dizzy
  • All Too Soon Carl Sigman Duke Ellington
  • Chasing The Bird Charlie Parker
  • Confirmation Charlie Parker
  • Detour Ahead Herb Ellis John Frigo Lou Carter
  • Don't Explain Billie Holiday Arthur Herzog
  • High Fly Randy Weston
  • I Mean You Thelonious Monk Coleman Hawkins
  • I'll Close My Eyes Buddy Kaye Billy Reid
  • Jordu Duke Jordan
  • Line For Lyons Gerry Mulligan
  • Little Sunflower Freddie Hubbard
  • Naima Niema John Coltrane
  • Nuages Django Reinhardt Jacques Larue
  • Parisian Thoroughfare Earl Bud' Powell Bud
  • Peri's Scope Bill Evans
  • Spain Chick Corea
  • Stablemates Benny Golson
  • Stolen Moments Oliver Nelson
  • Topsy Edgar Battle Eddie Durham Cozy Cole
  • Two Bass Hit Dizzy Gillespie John Lewis Cannonball Adderley

Additional Information:

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00311899
Northwest Product Number: 112-1005-29-002

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