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Jazz Piano Solos: Cool Jazz                                 £13.95

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 17 of the very best and most characteristc Cool Jazz compositions by the musicians that defined the genre, arranged for the solo Piano. The pieces feature fully composed solo sections, and cover a whole range of smooth grooves. Includes compositions by Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, and of course, Miles Davis. 










All Blues [Davis, Miles]
Background Music [Marsh, Wayne]
Bag's Groove [Jackson, Milt]
Bernie's Tune [Miller, Bernie]
Blue In Green [Davis, Miles]
Boplicity (Be Bop Lives) [Davis, Miles] [Evans, Gil]
Com Alma [Gillespie, Dizzy]
Django [Lewis, John]
Epistrophy [Monk, Thelonious] [Clark, Kenny]
Freddie Freeloader [Davis, Miles]
Killer Joe [Golson, Benny]
Nardis [Davis, Miles]
Off Minor [Monk, Thelonious]
So What [Davis, Miles]
Take Five [Desmond, Paul]
Time Remembered [Evans, Bill]
Waltz For Debbie [Evans, Bill]




Classic Jazz For Piano                                 £13.95

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 A superb collection of twenty all time classic jazz numbers from Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Nat 'King' Cole and many more! Arranged for piano, voice and guitar with full lyrics and guitar chord boxes.










Angel Eyes [Dennis, Matt]
Besame Mucho [Velazquez, Consuelo]
Come Fly With Me [Van Heusen, James]
Crickets Sing For Anamaria [Valle, Marcos]
Don't Explain [Holiday, Billie]
Don't Get Around Much Anymore [Ellington, Duke]
Fever [Davenport, John] [Cooley, Eddie]
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words) [Howard, Bart]
Georgia On My Mind [Carmichael, Hoagy] [Gorrell, Stuart]
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You [Washington, Ned] [Bassman, George]
Love Letters [Young, Victor]
Lullaby Of Birdland [Shearing, George]
Misty [Garner, Erroll]
Moonglow [Hudson, Will] [Delange, Eddie] [Mills, Irving]
Satin Doll [Ellington, Duke] [Strayhorn, Billy]
So Nice (Summer Samba) [Valle, Marcos] [Valle, Paulo Sergio]
Take The 'A' Train [Strayhorn, Billy]
That Old Black Magic [Arlen, Harold]
The Nearness Of You [Carmichael, Hoagy]
You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me [Fain, Sammy] [Kahal, Irving] [Norman, Pierre]



Jazz Collection For Solo Piano                                 £10.95

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 Fifteen jazz standards, as performed by all-time great jazz artists like Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Sarah Vaughan, George Shearing and many more.
Selected and arranged for solo piano by Stephen Duro, complete with chord symbols.










Bernie's Tune
East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon)
Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words)
I Should Care
I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free
I'm Beginning To See The Light
It Could Happen To You
Lullaby Of Birdland
Prelude To A Kiss
Satin Doll
Stella By Starlight
Take The 'A' Train
Violets For Your Furs
You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me


Jazz Fake Book For 'C' Instruments                                 £29.95

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Over 500 great standards and jazz classics for all 'C' instruments. Includes Take Five, Lullaby Of Birdland, Ain't Misbehavin' and I'm Beginning To See The Light plus many more.









500 Miles High
A Night In Tunisia
A Sunday Kind Of Love
A Taste Of Honey
Agua De Beber
Ain't Misbehavin'
Altight, Okay, You Win
Angel Eyes
Armando's Rhumba
Autumn In New York
Back Bay Shuffle
Bessie's Blues
Black Coffee
Captain Marvel
Chelsea Bridge
Come Sunday
Cry Me A River
Curves Ahead
Dat Dere
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Don't Smoke In Bed
Drop Me Off In Harlem
Flying Home
Georgia On My Mind
Giant Steps
Girl Talk
God Bless' The Child
Good Morning Heartache
Gulf Coast Blues
Honeysuckle Rose
How Insensitive
If I Were A Bell
I'm Beginning To Se The Light
In Walked Bud
It's You
Just One More Chance
La Fiesta
Lady Sings The Blues
Lazy River
Leap Frog
Let's Dance
Let's Get Lost
Lullaby Of Birdland
Lush Life
Mambo No.5
Midnight Sun
Moten Swing
My Funny Valentine
Never Let Me Go
Nica's Dream
Off Minor
On A Slow Boat To China
One For My Baby
One Note Samba
Opus One
Peri's Song
Ring Dem Bells
Samba De Orfeo
Satin Doll
September Song
Seven Come Eleven
Song For My Father
Sophisticated Lady
Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year
St James Infirmary
St. Louis Blues
St. Thomas
Stella By Starlight
Strange Fruit
Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Take Five
Take The 'A' Train
Taking A Chance On Love
That Old Black Magic
The Girl From Ipanema
This Masquerade
Tuxedo Junction
When Sunny Gets Blue
Yes Indeed
You're The Cream In My Coffee
You've Changed


101 Jazz And Blues Hits For Buskers                                 £14.95

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With guitar boxes and lyrics. Includes 'Bugle Call Rag', 'Cinnamon And Clove', 'Satin Doll', 'Walkin' Shoes' and 'Wave'.










A Night In Tunisia
African Waltz
Air Conditioned Jungle
Angel Eyes
Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Basin Street Blues
Big Noise From Winnetka
Bill Bailey
Black Coffee
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Bugle Call Rag
Canal Street Blues
Chelsea Bridge
Cinnamon And Clove
Creole Love Song
Don't Dream Of Anybody But Me
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Drop Me Off In Harlem
East Of The Sun
El Manisero - The Peanut Vendor
Farewell Blues
Flying Home
For Dancers Only
For Lena And Lenny
Georgia On My Mind
Go Away Blues
Green Onions
Honeysuckle Rose
House Of The Rising Sun
I Ain't Got Nobody
I'll Remember April
I'm Beginning To See The Light
In A Sentimental Mood
Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby)?
It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
It's A Raggy Waltz
John Hardy
Lean Baby
Lonesome Road
Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)
Lullaby Of Birdland
Mamma Don't Allow
Midnight In Moscow
Midnight Sun
Mississippi Mud
Mister Five By Five
Mood Indigo
Night Train
Oh Look At Me Now
Oh, Didn't He Ramble
Ol'man Mose
Passion Flower
Petite Fleur (Little Flower)
Primping At The Prom
Satin Doll
Seven Eleven
Short Stop
Skin Deep
Slightly Out Of Tune (Desifinado)
Sophisticated Lady
Stomp, Look And Listen
Strutting With Some Barbeque
Sweet Sue - Just You
Sweetheart Of Sigmund Freud
T'ain't What You Do (It's The Way That You Do It)
Take Five
Take The 'A' Train
The Entertainer (The Sting) [Joplin, Scott]
The Hawk Talks
The Joint Is Jumpin'
The Memphis Blues
The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
The Mood I'm In
The Night We Called It A Day
The Preacher
Time's A-wastin'
Violets For Your Furs
Walk Don't Run
Walkin' Shoes
Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
When The Saints Go Marching In
Woodchopper's Ball
Yes Indeed



The History Of Jazz

American classical music, also known as jazz is a diverse genre of music that stems from native American and African music. Most jazz is inspired by blues music. Jazz first became popular in the early 1920’s in clubs in cities like New Orleans and Chicago.

In the 1930’s Jazz was so popular that there were even white jazz singers. Big bands came into play such as Ben Goodman and Glen Miller, although some viewed them as swing more than jazz.

Jazz led into more conventional methods that made it like today’s pop groups. Only then it was called Be Bop. The jazz music was becoming more loose and more harmonized.

Be bop was not what you would call dancing music, but it was more to actually see the performers. This made each performer strive a little harder to be the best, because without the dancing it really was about the talent.

Of course jazz music was often sad and was about heartache and troubles of life. Most of the music was based off of the performers lives. A lot of performer’s died from drug and alcohol abuse.

Jazz is based off of a classical background and to play it well you have to learn the chords and scales of the songs. It also takes improvisation and an imagination. It can be quite difficult, but for some jazz is just in the blood.


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The Development of Jazz in New Orleans

Jazz is known as being one of the only styles of music created in America, though it is a mixture West African and Western music traditions. Jazz's began in New Orleans, around the 1900’s, but its roots can be traced back hundreds of years earlier when slaves who were brought to America developed spirituals and blues in order to communicate with one another and express sadness, desires and religious beliefs. The music was passed along orally with each new generation making their own unique changes to the songs, which were often of a call and response form and unaccompanied by musical instruments.

Rhythms and melodies from the black community were combined with European compositions leading to the development of Ragtime music around 1895. “Ragging” a song meant dragging out certain notes and livening up music by rearranging notes. Ragtime and Jazz are similar but Ragtime music is predominantly sole piano music while Jazz music is played in ensembles.

Though jazz is closely associated with blues and ragtime, one of the most important elements of jazz music is that it is improvisational music—well-known notes and lines are a starting point for musicians to develop unique songs around. Early jazz musicians often could not read music but they thrilled audiences by bringing emotion, excitement and the unexpected to their pieces. While ragtime music was popular in restaurants, clubs or hotels, Jazz was mobile, versatile music played at funerals, parades, weddings, and at festivals.

The 1920’s were known as the Jazz Age as New Orleans jazz was brought to nightclubs in Northern cities such as Chicago and New York. It was more upscale than the music of New Orleans, and New Orleans Jazz distinguished itself as being a more folksy and spontaneous form of Jazz. Throughout the 20th century, many variations of Jazz music were popular including Dixieland, bebop, Big Band, swing, cool jazz, soul jazz and Latin jazz.

All forms of jazz music and the types of music that inspired it or have preceded it are celebrated during the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. The event began in 1970 as means of showcasing the musical heritage, arts, crafts and cuisine unique of New Orleans. The first Jazz Festival had a lineup that included Duke Ellington and Fats Domino and only about 350 attendees.

Quickly the Festival’s popularity grew and it now draws hundreds of thousands of visitors, world-renowned singers and the top talent of New Orleans and Louisiana. This year, artists including Rod Stewart, Jon Mayer, Harry Connick Jr. and ZZ Top are set to play in the event which will take place during the weekends of April 27-29 and May 4-6.

2007 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival attendees are invited to stay at the Hotel Maison de Ville in the French Quarter so that in addition to seeing the festival performances, they’ll be right by jazz clubs and bars where they can hear intimate performances by traditional and contemporary jazz artists who have been inspired by the earliest performers.


Hotel Maison de Ville is located in the heart of New Orleans' French Quarter. The main building located at 727 Rue Toulouse, the reception room, parlor, concierge, and nine guest quarters. Additional luxury accommodations are offered in other historic buildings, including the Audubon Cottages. The Maison de Ville also is home to one of the finest restaurants in New Orleans, The Bistro, which features Nouvelle Creole Cuisine. Please see http://www.hotelmaisondeville.com for more information.
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