3/4 Jazz Tunes

Jazz waltzes in 3/4 time. Examples include Up Jumped Spring and Someday My Prince Will Come.

Alice in Wonderland - Jazz Standards

Alice In Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland was written by Sammy Fain for the 1951 Disney classic Alice In Wonderland. Bill Evans arguably brought this song to popularity in the jazz world with his incredible...

Ugly Beauty

Ugly Beauty was written by the great innovative pianist and composer Thelonious Monk. It was recorded on his 1968 record Underground, and is the only waltz he ever wrote. This is...

Jitterbug Waltz

Jitterbug Waltz was written by pianist Fats Waller in 1942. The original version was recorded with a Hammond B3 which would later become a popular instrument in jazz. Covered by a...

Bluesette

Bluesette was written by harmonocist Toots Thielemans. It became an international hit in the 1960's and was original recorded with him whistling the melody along with a guitarist. This is a...

Footprints

"Footprints" is a tune written by the great saxophonist Wayne Shorter. It first appeared on his 1966 record "Adams Apple". This tune has become a very popular standard and is a...
All Blues - Jazz Standards

All Blues

"All Blues"  was written by Miles Davis for his 1959 best-selling record, "Kind Of Blue". It is a 12 bar blues with a V7 to bVI7 to V7 turnaround, a signature of this tune. ...

Up Jumped Spring

"Up Jumped Spring" is a tune written by the great trumpeter Freddie Hubbard. It's a waltz with a beautiful melody and it's a lot of fun to play! "Up Jumped Spring"...
Someday-My-Prince-Will-Come

Someday My Prince Will Come

"Someday My Prince Will Come" is a tune written by Frank Churchill and lyrics by Frank Morey. In case you were wondering if this is the same tune from that Disney...

West Coast Blues

West Coast Blues was written by the unparalleled genius of jazz guitar, Wes Montgomery. The solo changes are different than the changes for the melody, and so that's something to be...
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