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Hal Leonard Singer's Book Of Jazz Standards - Women's Edition
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50 great standards, at the heart of jazz repertoire, in new arrangements tailor-made for singers, with interesting alternative chords, introductions,...Click To Read More About This Product
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50 great standards, at the heart of jazz repertoire, in new arrangements tailor-made for singers, with interesting alternative chords, introductions, complete verses, and singer-friendly endings. Though the song list is mostly the same for the Women's Edition and the Men's Edition, there are some songs especially suited to either women or men that do not appear in both books. The arrangements appear in a traditional jazz format, in a hand-written chart with melody, lyrics and chords. Songs include: Black Coffee ¢ Body and Soul ¢ Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me ¢ Don't Get Around Much Anymore ¢ Fly Me to the Moon ¢ Good Morning Heartache ¢ I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good ¢ I'm Beginning to See the Light ¢ It Might as Well Be Spring ¢ My Funny Valentine ¢ A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square ¢ Route 66 ¢ Skylark ¢ When Sunny Gets Blue ¢ and more.
- 128 pages
- Size: 12" x 9"
- Arranger: S Rawlins
- ISBN: 634049666