Jazz Guitar Standards 2: A Complete Approach To Playing Tunes...

Jazz Guitar Standards 2: A Complete Approach To Playing Tunes...
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This second volume of Jazz Guitar Standards contains a collection of 22 Jazz standards each containing a chord melody, a comping etude and a single-note solo. All arrangements are presented in standard notation and tablature for the beginning to intermediate guitarist. Tunes include: “All of You”, “April in Paris”, “As Time Goes By”, “Bluesette”, “But Not For Me”, “Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man”, “East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)”, “Embraceable You”, “In Your Own Sweet Way”, “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing)”, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”, “Long Ago (and Far Away)”, “Misty”, “My Funny Valentine”, “Night and Day”, “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes”, “Someone to Watch Over Me”, “Speak Low”, “Summertime”, “The Way You Look Tonight”, “What Is This Thing Called Love?” and “You Go To My Head”. Arrangements by Chris Buzzelli, Dave Frackenpohl, Barry Greene, Sid Jacobs, LaRue Nickelson, John C. Purse, Bruce Saunders, Rick Stone, Ron Berman and Jack Wilkins.


  • All Of You¬†¬†
  • April In Paris¬†¬†
  • As Time Goes By¬†¬†
  • Bluesette¬†¬†
  • But Not For Me¬†¬†
  • Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man¬†¬†
  • East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)¬†¬†
  • Embraceable You¬†¬†
  • I've Got You Under My Skin¬†¬†
  • In Your Own Sweet Way¬†¬†
  • It Don't Mean A Thing¬†¬†
  • Long Ago (And Far Away)¬†¬†
  • Misty
  • My Funny Valentine¬†¬†
  • Night And Day¬†¬†
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes¬†¬†
  • Someone To Watch Over Me¬†¬†
  • Speak Low¬†¬†
  • Summertime¬†¬†
  • Way You Look Tonight¬†¬†, The
  • What Is This Thing Called Love?¬†¬†
  • You Go To My Head


Product IDCOBS012879746
Instrumentation Guitar Solo
Publisher Bay (Mel) Publications Inc
Publisher Ref No WMB009
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages224

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