Jazz Standards William Wieland

Jazz Handbook (Jamey Aebersold Jazz)
    p. 8 — Historically Significant Recordings
    p. 11 — Song List for Beginners

from Jim Crowley, composer at the U of WI-Parkside
1920s: Louis Armstrong
1930s & 40s: Any Duke Ellington big band, Count Basie big band, Charlie Parker (Bird), Dizzy Gillespie or Bud Powell
1950s: Miles Davis (Birth of the Cool, 'Round Midnight, Milestones, Kind of Blue), John Coltrane (Giant Steps, Soultrane), Wes Montgomery (anything)
1960s: Any Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Bill Evans or Herbie Hancock
1970s: Chick Corea, Keith Jarret, Weather Report or Pat Metheny

from Grant Manhart, jazz trumpeter at NSU
Louis Armstrong “West End Blues”
Louis Armstrong “Hotter than That”
Any piece by Jelly Roll Morton on piano
Lee Morgan “Sidewinder”
Clifford Brown “Night in Tunisia”
Dizzy Gillespie “I Can’t Get Started”
Miles Davis “Bitches Brew” excerpt
Miles Davis “All Blues”
Coleman Hawkins “Body and Soul”
Don Byas “I Got Rhythm”
Any work by Don Cherry
Freddie Hubbard “Super Blue”
Herbie Hancock “Cantaloupe Island”
Ray Brown unaccompanied solo “Star Spangled Banner”
Jimi Hendricks at Woodstock, “Star Spangled Banner”

from Mike Pagan, jazz pianist and composer at the UMKC Conservatory of Music
John Coltrane — Giant Steps
Miles Davis — Kind of Blue
Dizzy Gillespie — Sonny Side Up
Duke Ellington — Live at Newport
Bill Evans — Sunday at the Village Vanguard
Charlie Parker (Bird) — Now's the Time