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Jazz is often associated with ‘classical music’ and these two genres are in fact closely connected: Jazz is sometimes inspired by Classical music and the classical artists do find afflatus in Jazz. They say that true Jazz is improvised and this is the way it was created in the early 20th century in the urban zones of the Unites States. Back then, especially in the 20ies when Jazz was extremely popular, it served as an important means of uniting the young people, being tightly connected to nightlife and dancing – a sort of social unifier. This rhythmic music incorporates the elements of African-American culture with those of European music. King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Paul Whiteman, Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker and numerous other memorable musicians – their names are known to any Jazz lover of today. Most people would name saxophone as their first association with Jazz music but it’s not the only one. Also common are the trumpet, double bass, piano, and drums, but the list of instruments goes way further. As any music genre has the tendency to evolve and undergo certain modifications with time, Jazz, too, exists in various forms. Presented in our catalogue are the Ragtime, Dixieland, Latin, Bossa nova, Swing, Blues works, as well as instrumental, theory and vocal pieces. You can find both solo scores and sheet music for Jazz duets, bands and groups.

4822 compositions

Title Composers   Genre
Well You Needn't (It's Over Now) Monk T. Jazz
Wendy Desmond P. Jazz
Were Thine That Special Face Porter C. Jazz
Wes' Tune Wes Montgomery Jazz
Westernblues for Irenchen Beirer R.J. Jazz: Instrumental
Whacked! Novotny J. Jazz
What a Diff'rence a Day Made (Jamie Cullum) Grever M. Jazz
What a Friend Spalding E. Jazz
What a Little Moonlight Can Do Woods H. Jazz
What a Little Moonlight Can Do Tyrell S. Jazz
What a Wonderful World Thiele B., Weiss G.D. Jazz
What a Wonderful World, for Piano Thiele B., Weiss G.D. Jazz
What am I Here for? Ellington D. Jazz
What am I to You Jones N. Jazz
What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry (Nat King Cole) Donaldson W., Lyman A. Jazz
What Did I Have That I Don't Have? Lane B. Jazz
What did you think of the Jam? Stallwood M. Jazz
What Do You Want? Metheny P. Jazz
What is Jazz? Hasper J. Jazz: Swing
What Is There To Say (Ella Fitzgerald) Duke V. Jazz
What Is This Thing Called Love? Porter C. Jazz
What Kind of Fool am I Newley A., Bricusse L. Jazz
What'll I Do? (from Music Box Revue of 1924) Berlin I. Jazz
What Now My Love Becaud G. Jazz
What remains? Klüttig D. Jazz: Instrumental

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