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Aebersold playalongs for tunes covered in course

Aebersold playalongs for tunes covered in course
© Goldsmiths, University of London

Tunes Covered In Parts on the “Learn Jazz Piano” course

Running totals in parentheses
Aebersold Volumes in square parnetheses next to track

Part I (5 tunes)

  1. Getting Started (Cumulative Total: 1)
    Things Aint What They Used To Be [1]
  2. Introducing The Blues
  3. More On The Blues (2)
    Now’s The Time [54]
  4. The Four Routes To Improvising (3)
    Blue Monk [1]
  5. Major and minor chords (4)
    Inch Worm
  6. The Jazz Standard “Blue Room” (5)
    Blue Room [39]

Part II (9 tunes)

  1. Rhythm Changes (7)
    I Got Rhythm [47]
    Oleo [8]
  2. Moanin’ and Equinox (9)
    Moanin’
    Equinox [2]
  3. Modal Jazz (12)
    Mr. P.C. [2]
    So What [50]
    Impressions [28]
  4. Improvisation II
  5. The Clock Of Keys (13)
    All The Things You Are [43]
  6. Playing Left Hand Voicings and Autumn Leaves (14)
    Autumn Leaves [44]

Part III (15 tunes)

  1. Modulation and Rhythmic Phrases (16)
    I Love You [55]
    Straight No Chaser [54]
  2. Introduction to Playing In Root Position (18)
    You Took Advantage Of Me
    Satin Doll [54]
  3. More on Playing In Root Position (20)
    In Your Own Sweet Way [105]
    How Deep Is The Ocean?
  4. The Jazz Waltz (24)
    Someday My Prince Will Come [58]
    All Blues [50]
    It’s A Raggy Waltz
    Everybody’s Song But My Own
  5. Scale Theory (27)
    Blackbird
    Solar [7]
    Stella By Starlight [22]
  6. Chord theory (29)
    Entering
    On Green Dolphin Street [34]

Part IV (45 tunes)

  1. Blues Sequences and Ballads (33)
    Miles Davis Licks
    Body and Soul [110]
    Round Midnight [40]
    Blue In Green [50]
  2. Latin Jazz and 8/8 (38)
    A Night In Tunisia [43]
    Recordame [38, 108]
    Blue Bossa [54]
    The Girl From Ipanema [31, 98]
    You Don’t Know What Love Is [32]
  3. Introduction To Jazz Funk and Other Influences (41)
    Little Sunflower [60]
    Cantaloupe Island [54]
    Section VII from “Four By Four”
  4. Special Devices and Comping (45)
    Take The A Train [12]
    Bye Bye Blackbird [39]
    Beautiful Love
    My Romance
  5. Putting It All Together (50)
    Summertime [54]
    Four [65]
    I’ll Remember April [43]
    Maiden Voyage [54]
    My Funny Valentine [25]
  6. Solo Piano Concert (60)
    Billie’s Bounce [54]
    What Is This Thing Called Love [41]
    Besame Mucho
    Beth’s Way
    Waltz For Debby [45]
    No Lonely Nights
    Teach Me Tonight [41]
    Nardis [50]
    Somewhere Over The Rainbow [34]
    I Wish I Knew How It Felt To Be Free
  7. Piano Trio Concert (75)
    Things Aint What They Used To Be [1]
    Everything I Love [112]
    Poinciana [72]
    Ambleside
    Time After Time [107]
    God Is Love
    Peri’s Scope [45]
    Memories Of Tomorrow
    Sometime Ago
    My Foolish Heart [25]
    Lament [111]
    Every Time We Say Goodbye
    Looking Up
    What’s New [74, 93, 107]
    Everything That Lives Laments
© Goldsmiths, University of London
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