Jazz Sheet Music Downloads!
A selection of Jazz Music from the 'Open Doorway'
Download a PDF file from our Jazz collection of Vintage Sheet Music, the collection also includes a number of Albums.
Body And Soul (Supplication).
Words by Robert Sour, Edward Heyman and Frank Eyton. Music by Kohn W. Green. Featured in the Film 'Body and Soul' 6 pages including front and back covers. PDF file.
"Body and Soul" was written in London for Gertrude Lawrence and was first recorded by Jack Hylton and his orchestra. Rising quickly to popularity, Libby Holman introduced it in the U.S. in the 1930 Broadway revue Three's a Crowd and it was used as the theme to the 1947 film, Body and Soul. Like many pop songs of the time, it became a jazz standard, with hundreds of versions performed and recorded by dozens of artists. As with many pop standards, there are variations on the lyrics, primarily between renditions by male and female performers. Classic vocal recordings include those of Ella Fitzgerald, Annette Hanshaw, Billie Holiday Billy Eckstine and Frank Sinatra. Among the most famous of these is the take recorded by Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra on October 11, 1939, at their only recording session for Bluebird, a subsidiary of RCA Victor. The recording is unusual in that the song's melody is never directly stated in the recording; Hawkins' two-choruses of improvisation on the tune's chord progression constitute almost the entire take.
BOOGIE WOOGIE PIANO SOLOs
Music by Albert Ammons - Music Album Arranged for Piano. 1941 28 pages including covers. Contents:
BOOGIE WOOGIE STOMP
Forward by the Publisher:- Another step toward completing a series of authentic Boogie Woogie piano solos is this new Albert Ammons collection. Again, through the special process we have devised are we able to present an accurate picture in notes of the Ammons style.
Deep Purple, Peter De Rose. 1938
Words by Mitchell Parish, Music by Peter De Rose. 4 Pages including front cover. Also included is an arrangement for piano accordion.
Song Fox-Trot - Sheet Music Download Louis Herscher and George Keefer. English version by Jos. Geo. Gilbert. 1923.
Jack Hylton (2 July 1892 – 29 January 1965) was an English band leader and impresario who rose to prominence during the British dance band era. After World War I Hylton played with the Queen's Dance Orchestra, wrote arrangements of popular songs and recorded them under the label 'Directed by Jack Hylton'. He then formed his own band, recording the new style of jazz-derived American dance music under the Jack Hylton name from 1923
Fats Waller's Boogie Woogie Suite
Music for piano by Fats Waller.
Fats Waller (May 21, 1904 – December 15, 1943), born Thomas Wright Waller, was a jazz pianist, organist, composer, singer, and comedic entertainer. He was the youngest of four children born to Adaline Locket Waller and the Reverend Edward Martin Waller.
The Fats Waller Album
Favourite Songs and Transcriptions.
Feelin' My Way
Guitar with Piano acc. by Eddie Lang (Americas foremost guitarist!) A very rare arrangement by one of the pioneers of jazz guitar.
Jazz guitarist George Van Eps assessed the legacy of Eddie Lang: "It's very fair to call Eddie Lang the father of jazz guitar". Barney Kessel noted that "Eddie Lang first elevated the guitar and made it artistic in jazz." Les Paul acknowledged that "Eddie Lang was the first and had a very modern technique."
Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't Ma' Baby
By Billy Austin and Louis Jordan. 1944 Featured by Joe Loss and his Orchestra. Arranged for voice and piano with guitar/ukulele chord symbols.
Song and Piano Solo - Duplex Edition. Words and music by Jack Elliot and Lou Busch. 6 Pages including front cover.
Jazz Classics Combo Arrangements
Bb Book, Playable by all combos including Tenor Bands, Dixieland Bands and other Jazz Groups. Includes the music of Count Basie, Benney Goodman, Lester Young, Lionel Hampton and others.
Lullaby of Birdland.
As sung by Ella Fitzgerald.
WALKIN’ AND WHISTLIN’ BLUES.
Words and music by Les Paul, Sheldon Allman and Don Davis. From Campbell Connelly’s Song And Dance Album No. 37 1950/51. Full words, music and chords. 2 Pages. - No covers.
Lester William Polsfuss (June 9, 1915 – August 12, 2009)—known as Les Paul—was an American jazz and country guitarist, songwriter and inventor. He was a pioneer in the development of the solid-body electric guitar which "made the sound of rock and roll possible". He is credited with many recording innovations.
Baby Please Stop
Words & Music By : Duke Ellington and Irving Gordon.
Stéphane Grappelli (French pronunciation: 26 January 1908 – 1 December 1997) was a French jazz violinist who founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with guitarist Django Reinhardt in 1934. It was one of the first all-string jazz bands
Stringin The Blues. Guitar with 2nd guitar acc. by Eddie Lang (Americas foremost guitarist) A very rare arrangement by one of the pioneers of jazz guitar.
Also available with piano acc.
Eddie Lang's compositions, include "Wild Cat" with Joe Venuti, "Perfect" with Frank Signorelli, "April Kisses" (1927), "Sunshine", "Melody Man's Dream", "Goin' Places", "Black and Blue Bottom", "Bull Frog Moan", "Rainbow Dreams", "Feelin' My Way", "Eddie's Twister", "Really Blue", "Penn Beach Blues", "Wild Dog", "Pretty Trix", "A Mug of Ale", "Apple Blossoms", "Beating the Dog", "To To Blues", "Running Ragged", "Kicking the Cat", "Cheese and Crackers", "Doin' Things", "Blue Guitars", "Guitar Blues" with Lonnie Johnson, "Hot Fingers", "Have to Change Keys to Play These Blues", "A Handful of Riffs", "Blue Room", "Deep Minor Rhythm Stomp", "Two-Tone Stomp". "Midnight Call Blues", "Four String Joe", "Goin' Home", and "Pickin' My Way" (1932) with Carl Kress