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Jazz Standard Chord Progressions
Published: 2014-02-26 18:47:59

These are the chord progressions, extracted from my book Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele for use with on-line and private students.

17 Lessons in the “Jazz Standard Chord Progressions” Series

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UL601-A

Exploring Jazz Chords on `Ukulele, Standard Example - All of Me

Using the jazz standard All of Me to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-B

Exploring Jazz Chords on `Ukulele, Standard Example - All of Me

Using the jazz standard All of Me to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-C

Exploring Jazz Chords on `Ukulele, Standard Example - Autumn Leaves

Using the jazz standard Autumn Leaves to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-D

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - All the Things You Are

Using the jazz standard All the Things You Are to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-E

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - The Days of Wine and Roses

Using the jazz standard The Days of Wine and Roses to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-F

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - There Will Never Be Another You

Using the jazz standard There Will Never Be Another You to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-G

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Back Home in Indiana

Using the jazz standard Back Home in Indiana to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-H

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Someday My Prince Will Come

Using the jazz standard Someday My Prince Will Come to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-I

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Have You Met Miss Jones

Using the jazz standard Have You Met Miss Jones to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-J

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Summer Samba

Using the jazz standard Summer Samba to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-K

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Sweet Georgia Brown

Using the jazz standard Sweet Georgia Brown to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-L

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Sweet Georgia Brown

A variation of the previous lessons using the jazz standard Sweet Georgia Brown to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-M

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Yesterday

Using the jazz standard Yesterday to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-N

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - It's Only a Paper Moon

Using the jazz standard It's Only a Paper Moon to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-Q

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Take the A Train

Using the jazz standard Take the A Train to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-P

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Satin Doll

Using the jazz standard Satin Doll to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

UL601-O

Exploring Jazz Chords on Ukulele, Standard Example - Satin Doll

Using the jazz standard Satin Doll to explore jazz chords on ukulele.

A lot of the songs from the Great American Songbook have found their way into the jazz musician's and ukulele players repertoire and are a great source of more advanced chords and progressions.

This lesson presents one way to play through the this classic standard using more advanced 4-part chords, commonly called jazz chords.

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