As per request, here is the Wikifonia.org archive. There are over 6,500 leadsheets here that need liberating! This has been approved by the MuseScore team, and post your scores here when ready!
Hi Everybody, who's your favorite Big Band Leader? Mines Benny Goodman
Alphabetical list of MuseScore jazz standards lead sheets:
All the Things You Are - https://musescore.com/user/27845251/scores/4962493
April In Paris - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/april-in-paris
Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/autumn-leaves
Bag's Groove - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/bags-groove
Body and Soul - https://musescore.com/user/27845251/scores/4962109
But Not for Me - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/but-not-for-me
Ballin' the Jack - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/ballin-the-jack
Caravan - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/caravan
China Boy - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/china-boy
Christmas Song, The - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/christmas-song
Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/do-you-know-what-it-means-to-miss-new-orleans
Estate - https://musescore.com/user/34714/scores/121561
Fly me to the moon - https://musescore.com/user/84373/scores/103144
Foggy day, A - https://musescore.com/user/28274246/scores/5041483
Frim Fram Sauce, The - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/frim-fram-sauce
Honeysuckle Rose - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/honeysuckle-rose
I Can't Get Started (with You) - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/i-cant-get-started
I Wish You Love - https://musescore.com/user/34714/scores/52280
I Won't Dance - https://musescore.com/user/10401/scores/4987740
Just Friends - https://musescore.com/user/28274246/scores/5100461
La Vie En Rose - https://musescore.com/user/34714/scores/52287
Lester Leaps In - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/lester-leaps-in
Love For Sale - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/love-for-sale
Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/lover-man
Man I Loved, The - https://musescore.com/user/637886/scores/432436
Maple Leaf Rag - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/maple-leaf-rag
My Funny Valentine - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/my-funny-valentine
My Romance - https://musescore.com/user/28274246/scores/5041449
Old Country, The - https://musescore.com/user/34714/scores/52281
On A Misty Night - https://musescore.com/user/34714/scores/52289
Poinciana - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/poinciana
Round Midnight - https://musescore.com/user/27845251/scores/4984712
Royal Garden Blues - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/royal-garden-blues
Star Dust - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/star-dust
St. James Infirmary - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/st-james-infirmary
Smile - https://musescore.com/jmechmech/scores/5040821
Stella By Starlight - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/stella-by-starlight
St. James Infirmary - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/st-james-infirmary
Summertime - https://musescore.com/user/27845251/scores/4962990
Take The A Train - https://musescore.com/user/9331886/scores/4923174
What Is This Thing Called Love? - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/what-is-this-thing-called-love
What's New? - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/whats-new
Willow Weep for Me - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/willow-weep-for-me
Yesterdays - https://musescore.com/ericfontainejazz/yesterdays
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Hello everyone! @realrandynewman and I are doing this very fun cuphead pastiche medley. So how this works is everyone makes one piece based on the big band jazz from cuphead. This can either be a plane battle piece a run and gun or a regular boss battle. We need at least 7 people to complete the medley. Each piece must have a rhyming name like "Wolly warbles in aviary action" or "eartha earthquake in jungle rumble". When your done Randy will fix the pieces up and put it in the medley. Put a comment saying what the name of your piece will be and get our piece up in the next 3 weeks and you can be in the medley!
This is our transcription plan. If you wish to make a lead sheet of any of these standards, please write "xxx started" and "xxx finished " when you finish it (where xxx is the number from the list). Don't forget to post the transcription into this group with a link to the score - and we will put it in our "Available standards" list. If you would like to post any other standard - that's also cool, just upload it and provide us with a link to it.
16. Sweet Georgia Brown
19. [in process] In a Sentimental Mood
20. [in process] St Louis Blues
21. [in process] How High the Moon
22. [in process] Oh, Lady Be Good!
24. [in process] Embraceable You
25. [in process] On Green Dolphin Street
26. [in process] Tenderly
27. [in process] The Way You Look Tonight
28. [in process] These Foolish Things
29. [in process] I'll Remember April
31. Sophisticated Lady
32. Ain't Misbehavin'
33. Night and Day
34. After You've Gone
36. Lush Life
37. Sweet Lorraine
38. Don't Blame Me
39. Cherokee (Indian Love Song)
40. Night in Tunisia
41. Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana)
42. You Go to My Head
43. There Will Never Be Another You
44.Georgia on My Mind
45. Satin Doll
46. Prelude to a Kiss
47. I Should Care
48. Stompin' At the Savoy
49. How Deep Is the Ocean
50. I Cover the Waterfront
51. Come Rain or Come Shine
52. There Is No Greater Love
53. You Don't Know What Love Is
55. On the Sunny Side of the Street
57. Love Is Here to Stay
59. Tea for Two
60. It Could Happen to You
61. I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
63. Over the Rainbow
64. The Nearness of You
65. If I Had You
66. (I Don't Stand A) Ghost of a Chance
67. Angel Eyes
68. Out of Nowhere
69. Lover Come Back to Me
70. Darn That Dream
71. All of Me
72. More Than You Know
73. I Got Rhythm
74. Just One of Those Things
75. Mean to Me
76. September Song
77. Someone to Watch Over Me
78. I've Found a New Baby
79. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
80. Easy Living
81. Pennies from Heaven
82. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
83. Memories of You
84. It Don't Mean a Thing
86. They Can't Take That Away from Me
87. Star Eyes
89. [in process] Alone Together
90. Just You, Just Me
92. Things Ain't What They Used to Be
93. Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
94. Blue Moon
95. I Surrender Dear
96. You Stepped Out of a Dream
97. My One and Only Love
98. 'S Wonderful!
99. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
100. Here's That Rainy Day
How on earth did I not see this before?!?! Welp, I'll start adding stuff to it.
I need an alto sax, trumpet and trombone trio. Thank you!
Hey everybody, who's your favorite jazz musician? Mine's Dave Brubeck.
Would one of you fine ladies or gents fancy to write me up a composition of Lassus Trombone for a Trombone Quartet, 3 Tenor Trombones and a Bass Trombone? It would help a lot, thank you guys :D
Many times, a single song determines the career of an artist. The Scottish Amy Macdonald happens to her. No matter how many years they spend, their great song, This is the life , continues to sound delicious and is enough for concerts like the one on Sunday (21.00, 22 euros), in La Riviera . On the same day and at the same time, the Orishas Parisians bring to WiZink (33 euros) their peculiar way of bringing hip hop and rap , to the Cuban son, not in vain, despite being formed in the French capital, the origin of its components is that Caribbean island of inexhaustible musical treasure.
From today until Sunday, the mountain town of Valdemorillo becomes the European capital of Bal Folk , that movement that has recovered traditional dances from all over the continent and that gathers every year a good number of addicts to dance in communion mazurcas, bourreés , waltzes, polkas, Circassian circles and whatever it may be. A new edition, eighth now, of the Folkarria Eco Fest Bal,it is favored and attended by groups such as the Belgians Elanor and B-Road Bastards, French as Bal O'Gadjo, or Spaniards such as Pan de Capazo and Zagala. The bulk of the festival is celebrated in the Festival Pavilion, with different schedules and prices, but there are parallel activities and instrument workshops in the town's bars. There is also a contest section for new groups as well as dance workshops and play activities for children. The city council of the locality, gives its sports center to lodge during two nights to the numerous public that comes from outside Madrid and Spain.
Another festival, the Smooth Hot Jazz , which is being held throughout the year, brings the Clamores to the great keyboardist Briam Simpson and his band, one of the figures of this sophisticated and elegant jazz and easy listening The other deepest and sweatiest jazz is served with proposals such as that of the pianist Moisés P. Sánchez, who is in Bogui tonight (21.00 18 euros) with only his instruments, but tomorrow and last (21.00, 15 euros each day) he will join the quintet of the saxophonist and composer Luis Verde, who presents his recent Crossed Winds.
You can not say Juan Perro is a true jazz musician, but he also has some of it in his latest proposals. Tomorrow (19.30, from 10 euros) is surrounded by musicians of the genre in the National Auditorium to recreate his latest album, the minimalist El viaje, and review old songs from his repertoire, both from his time at the head of Radio Futura as Santiago Auserón as his solo albums, under his current identity.
Spanish pop also has Elephants today in Joy (22.00, 22 euros). Turbid and disturbing atmospheres propitiated by the enigmatic Shuarma, his singer, despite the fact that the disc they present is called The first light of the day. And with the Varcia Brava Murcia, possessing a more fun and dynamic pulse and whose concerts are usually a party. Tomorrow they release, also on Joy (10.00, 16 euros), the songs of Furor, his recent album.
The delicacy will be served by the British Jamaican origin Gigi McFarlane, and his silk throat, today in Berlin (21.00, 17 euros), where tomorrow (23.00, 18 euros) funk will be danced with Tony Manero Foundation. Also tomorrow (21.00, 12 euros), but in Galileo Galilei , he will whistle, more than he will sing, one of the pioneers of rock and roll in Spain, the great Kurt Savoy, known in the sixties as El Rey del whistle.
I could fit into a sweaty, smelly club in the New York underworld of the 1940s, but you can also imagine it in the light of the moon while you watch the sea of Rio de Janeiro. Such are the possibilities and nuances of Gretchen Parlato's voice.
Parlato will be presented for the first time in Mexico this Monday of the National Auditorium, with Flor, a concert where each petal will be impregnated with elegance, sweetness and strength.
The talent comes from inheritance, because it is the daughter of bassist David Parlato, who in the 70s collaborated with such opposite and brilliant artists as Frank Zappa, Barbra Streisand, Al Jarreau and Henry Mancini and visual artist Judy Frisk.
"I was born into an artistic family, so they were my first teachers, exposing me to all kinds of art and teaching me that this is a necessary and vital aspect of our lives." Fortunately, I learned from them that being an artist is a valid profession that brings a lot of happiness and success, "he acknowledges.
But his happiness and success also come in his own merit; in 2001 she graduated in ethnomusicology at the University of California, Los Angeles and after a series of hard exams, became the first singer to be admitted to the Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz.
The jury that defined its admission are heavyweight names in the world of jazz: Herbie Hancock, the artistic director of the institute, the trumpeter Terence Blanchard and Wayne Shorter, a 'living legend' according to his words. "I am very grateful to have studied with him, to have acted with him and even to have sung with him!" Confess Gretchen.
Although there is room for jazz standards in her repertoire, Gretchen prefers to be original and reinterprets other works with slow and deep combustion and thus reveal her true art.
"My goal," he says, "is to be honest, genuine and pure in my art, allowing my true nature to be reflected, and I hope it reflects who and where I am in my life."
Although the standards have a place in his repertoire, his voice can also be modulated and become whispering but also passionate, and thus give new life to compositions by Antonio Carlos Jobim.
That leads him to ask about the possibilities of jazz, how it has merged with other genres, such as rock, Celtic rhythms or bossa nova itself and create that hybrid called world music.
"If you mean the music that I believe, I come from a jazz history as well as my studies, I also love Brazilian music, bossa nova specifically, and I incorporate other genres such as pop, soul, R & B in what I do; African influences in my work."
To the question of whether the jazz scene has been segmented in recent years, says that it is alive, with more possibilities than ever and where there is room for everyone. "Whether in traditional jazz or in a more innovative and disruptive one that breaks the boundaries, there is an audience for everything."
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However, he's by all account not the only new character we experience in "Story." There's the forlorn gun fighter, John Dorie, played by Deadwood alum Garret Dillahunt. He's enormously amiable from the get-go, a man with an adoration for popcorn and hard sweet. He's likewise charming and loquacious. You think about how somebody like this may coexist with Morgan, who's given to long quiets and tormented thoughtfulnessbut their blending works extremely well. Additionally, they have more in like manner than they may first figure it out. This uncover is one of the scene's lighter minutes and it's very much earned.
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In jazz band class, my teacher is allowing us students to do a solo or duet. Personally, I write music but i need help from someone better. MY friend and I both play the bartione horn. Would some please make a 8 measure solo with this piece https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&type=audio&productID=2348324 ( the solo starts at 1:28 or so) our ranges are : student one: low Eb to to high Bb Student two: low Eb to high F I need this very soon due to how near this event is. Could someone please write a 8 measure jazz duet for two baritone horns in the concert of Eb with our ranges, in a week or less? I know am asking for a lot.
Hello everyone! I am a professional improvising sax player (mainly tenor sax). Created this group to post sax solo transcriptions synchronized with youtube videos/audios.
Have posted first 2 solos - check out them in "sheet music" section of the group, here they are:
Please feel free to post solos transcribed by you and sync them with original recordings on YouTube.
See the post below on synchronizing scores with youtube videos/audios
Reviewing the tune for some upcoming jam sessions and generally because it’s a great tune. I saw a lot of variation between lead sheets and versions in common time and those in 3/4. Was curious which one you guys do/would play it in and which I should practice.
Hi jazz people! We've started MuseScore Jazz Standards Lead Sheets Collection (based on one of the old groups, but now we are active in making lead sheets in musescore format). We definitely be very happy if we have more transcribers, we have transcription plan and the list of standards, so I thought some of you guys might be interested in helping us in that, so please join and contribute by taking part in the process - here is the link to the group:
You can also contact me via contact form: https://musescore.com/user/26939543/contact
The best thing is that when we have a large collection of standards, it will be pretty valuable: as its not PDF but MuseScore files, they all will be easily transposable to any key and edited if needed.
Let's make it happen!
Check out the instruction on how to do that:
Post sax solo transcriptions here and sync them with original recordings!