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My First Jazz Standards Song Book

A Treasury of Favorite Songs to Play

By Various

A Treasury of Favorite Songs to Play. Composed by Various. Easy Piano Songbook. Children, Jazz, Standards. Softcover. 88 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.159635).

Item Number: HL.159635

ISBN 9781495062896. 9x12 inches.

A keepsake collection of 24 classic jazz tunes, all arranged for easy piano and presented with beautiful full-color illustrations! Highlights include: Autumn Leaves • Basin Street Blues • Birdland • Honeysuckle Rose • In a Sentimental Mood • Misty • Night and Day • Satin Doll • Spain • Take Five • Well You Needn't (It's Over Now) • and more.

  • All The Things You Are 
  • So What 
  • Autumn Leaves 
  • Basin Street Blues 
  • Billie's Bounce (Bill's Bounce) 
  • Birdland 
  • Spain 
  • Bluesette 
  • Honeysuckle Rose 
  • Stolen Moments 
  • Bye Bye Blackbird 
  • There Will Never Be Another You 
  • Night Train 
  • In A Sentimental Mood 
  • Little Sunflower 
  • Lullaby Of Birdland 
  • Misty 
  • My Funny Valentine 
  • Satin Doll 
  • Softly As In A Morning Sunrise 
  • Take Five 
  • Watermelon Man 
  • Well You Needn't (It's Over Now) 
  • Night And Day 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Al Fresco
    San Francisco CA
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • October 03, 2018 A Terrific Collection With a Few Exceptions

    This is a very satisfying collection of easy to play jazz pieces for me. I'm a senior who hasn't played piano in a long, long time and was never very good at it, and now that I have more appreciation for jazz I'm really hooked on this...

    collection. Some of the arrangements are quite good for this level of difficulty, songs where the chording is very nicely done and the song sounds good played simply, like "Misty" and "Autumn Leaves." "Softly As In a Morning Sunrise" is tops. Others are fun to play, my favorite is "Bluesette". On the other hand I would question whether "Spain" or ""So What" qualify as standards. Monk's "Well you Needn't" is a brave choice, but I would have preferred "Blue Monk" at this level, "Well You Needn't" sounds too much like the Woody Woodpecker Song! "Take Five" is a questionable choice given Paul Desmond's almost required tenor sax, and "Watermelon Man" doesn't cut it for me, but otherwise it's a nice compilation, well worth the price.

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