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D Rhythm Changes
This is Rhythm Changes in the key of D. Playing Rhythm Changes in uncommon keys will help open...
B Rhythm Changes
Rhythm changes in B is not commonly played. However, practicing in B will help you hear these changes...
C Rhythm Changes
C is one of the most common keys in jazz, and practicing C Rhythm Changes will help you...
Bb Rhythm Changes
Bb Rhythm Changes is the most common key. This key was utilized for many of Charlie Parker’s bebop...
Gb Rhythm Changes
This is Rhythm Changes in Gb. This key is great to practice, and will help open up your...
Db Rhythm Changes
Db isn’t the most common key, but it shows up from time to time in jazz repertoire. Rhythm...
F Rhythm Changes
This is F Rhythm Changes. While not as common as Bb, this key hosts some great compositions such...
Eb Rhythm Changes
This is Eb Rhythm Changes. Eb is not a common key for Rhythm Changes, however it is a...
Ab Rhythm Changes
This is Ab Rhythm Changes. It is an uncommon key for Rhythm Changes, however, practicing in this key...
E Rhythm Changes
E Rhythm Changes is not a common key for this form, however being able to navigate these changes...
Lester Leaps In
Lester Leaps In was written by Lester Young for Count Basie’s Kansas City Seven in 1939. This is...
Rhythm-A-Ning was written by the great pianist Thelonious Monk. It was first recorded on “Mulligan Meets Monk” in...