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The Best of Jelly Roll Morton

Piano Solo

By Jelly Roll Morton

Piano, Piano/Keyboard
Piano Solo. By Jelly Roll Morton. By Ferdinand Morton. Piano Solo Composer Collection. Classical, Jazz, Ragtime. 48 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.292023).

Item Number: HL.292023

ISBN 9780793520633. 9.0x12.0x0.229 inches.

20 pieces from this popular jazz composer, including titles featured in the Tony Award-winning musical Jelly's Last Jam. Includes: Billy Goat Stomp * Jelly Roll Blues * London Blues * Queen of Spades * Shreveport Stomp * and more.

  • Billy Goat Stomp 
  • Buffalo Blues 
  • Chicago Breakdown (Stratford Hunch) 
  • Dead Man Blues 
  • Freakish 
  • Frog-I-More Rag 
  • Grandpa's Spells 
  • Kansas City Stomp 
  • King Porter Stomp 
  • London Blues (Shoe Shiner's Drag) 
  • Milenberg Joys 
  • Mr. Jelly-Lord 
  • The Pearls 
  • Shreveport Stomps 
  • Sidewalk Blues 
  • Ted Lewis Blues 
  • Wolverine Blues 
  • Queen Of Spades 
  • Jelly Roll Blues 
  • New Orleans Blues 

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    Christoph Cringle
    25866 Mildstedt; Germany
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  • June 12, 2007 What did they do to Jelly Roll ?

    This is definitely nothing of Jelly Roll Morton ! In fact, it has nothing to do with him or his music. Take "Shreveport Stomps" as an example: bars are missing, naturals and flats are missing, the whole score is just full of mistakes; so I´m still looking for a good...

    notated version. Don´t buy it !

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  • March 19, 2001 What is this?

    Though I'm not the expert Butch is, I've also noticed that these arrangements bear little resemblance to the JRM I've heard or what I've seen in other JRM sheetmusic. Does anyone know what this is or where it came from? In some cases it seems the...

    chord changes fit for the songs but that's about it.

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    Butch Thompson
    St. Paul, MN
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • January 23, 2001 Inaccurate arrangements

    I have studied and played Morton's music for many years, and these so-called arrangements bear no resemblance to anything he ever played or published. This is a serious misrepresentation of his music.

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