All the Things You Are was written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II for the Broadway musical “Very Warm for Me,” which debuted in 1939.  All the Things You Are is one of the most popular standards of all time.  The changes are harmonically complex and fun to improvise on.  The melody is also genius.  Countless jazz musicians have fallen in love with this tune, and it is one of the most recorded standards.

If you want more of an in depth analysis and a lesson on how to improvise over All The Things You Are, click here.

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Videos to learn the melody/changes