Lijst van jazzstandards

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George Gershwin, componist in de periode 1920–1940

Jazzstandards zijn muzikale composities die, doordat ze door zoveel musici vertolkt zijn, een wijde bekendheid genieten. Meer specifiek duidt het die jazznummers aan die algemeen behoren tot het repertoire van jazzmuzikanten die er zodoende op kunnen vertrouwen dat andere sessiemuzikanten deze nummers meteen zullen kunnen meespelen. De lijst met jazzstandards wordt voortdurend aangevuld, zodat er geen sprake is van een definitieve lijst.

Niet alle jazzstandards werden geschreven door jazzcomponisten. Vele ervan waren oorspronkelijk populaire liedjes uit bijvoorbeeld Broadway-musicals en films.

Traditionals (onbekende auteurs)[bewerken]

Titel
"Careless Love"[1]
"Frankie and Johnny (Were Lovers)" (of "Frankie and Albert")[2]
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee"[3]
"St. James Infirmary (Blues)"[4][5][6]
"When the Saints Go Marching In"[7]

1890 - 1900[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Maple Leaf Rag" Scott Joplin 1899

1900 - 1910[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Bill Bailey (Won't You Please Come Home)"[8] Hughie Cannon 1902
"Chinatown, My Chinatown"[9] Jean Schwartz William Jerome 1906
"The Entertainer" Scott Joplin 1902

1910 - 1920[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"After You've Gone"[6][10][11][12] Turner Layton Henry Creamer 1918
"Alexander's Ragtime Band"[13] Irving Berlin 1911
"Baby Won't You Please Come Home"[14] Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams 1919
"Back Home Again In Indiana"[15][16][17] James Hanley Ballard MacDonald 1917
"Ballin' the Jack"[18] Chris Smith Jim Burris 1913
"Beale Street Blues"[19] W.C. Handy 1916
"Darktown Strutters Ball"[20] Shelton Brooks 1917
"Fidgety Feet"[21] Nick LaRocca, Larry Shields N/B 1919
"A Good Man Is Hard To Find"[22] Eddie Green 1918
"I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me)"[23] Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams Roger Graham 1915
"Ja-Da"[24] Bob Carleton 1918
"Memphis Blues"[25] W C. Handy George A. Norton 1912
"Royal Garden Blues"[26] Clarence Williams, Spencer Williams 1919
"Some of These Days"[27] Shelton Brooks 1910
"Someday Sweetheart"[28] Benjamin F. Spikes, John C. Spikes 1919
"St. Louis Blues"[29][30] W.C. Handy 1914
"That's a Plenty"[6][31] Lew Pollack Ray Gilbert 1914
"Tiger Rag"[32] Eddie Edwards, Nick LaRocca, Henry Ragas, Tony Sbarbaro, Larry Shields Harry Decosta 1917
"Twelfth Street Rag"[33] Euday L. Bowman Jack S. Sumner, Spencer Williams, Andy Razaf 1914
"Weary Blues" ("Shake It And Break It")[34] Artie Matthews Mort Greene, George Cates 1915
"The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise"[35][36] Ernest Seitz Gene Lockhart 1919

1920 - 1930[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Ain't Misbehavin'"[6][37][38][39] Harry Brooks, Fats Waller Andy Razaf 1929
"Basin Street Blues"[17][40][41][42] Spencer Williams 1928
"(What Did I Do To Be So) Black and Blue"[43][44] Fats Waller Harry Brooks, Andy Razaf 1929
"Blue Skies"[17][45][46] Irving Berlin 1927
"Bugle Call Rag"[47] Billy Meyers, Jack Pettis, Elmer Schoebel 1922
"Charleston"[48] James P. Johnson Cecil Mack 1920
"China Boy"[49] Phil Boutelje, Richard A. Winfree 1922
"Copenhagen"[50] Charles Davis Walter Melrose 1924
"Crazy Rhythm"[6][51] Roger Wolfe Kahn, Joseph Meyer Irving Caesar 1928
"Creole Love Call" (of "Creole Love Song")[52][53] Duke Ellington 1928
"Dinah"[6][54][55] Harry Akst Sam M. Lewis, Joseph Young 1925
"Everybody Loves My Baby"[56] Spencer Williams Jack Palmer 1924
"Farewell Blues"[57] Paul Mares, Leon Roppolo, Elmer Schoebel 1922
"Hard Hearted Hannah (The Vamp of Savannah)"[58] Milton Ager Charles Bates, Bob Bigelow, Jack Yellen 1924
"Honeysuckle Rose"[6][17][59][60][61] Fats Waller Andy Razaf 1929
"How Come You Do Me Like You Do?"[62] Gene Austin, Roy Bergere 1924
"(I Don't Stand a) Ghost of a Chance (With You)"[17][63][64][65] Victor Young Bing Crosby, Ned Washington 1932
"If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight)"[66] James P. Johnson Henry Creamer 1926
"If I Had You"[67] James Campbell, Reginald Connelly, Ted Shapiro 1928
"I've Found a New Baby" (of "I Found a New Baby")[17][68][69] Spencer Williams, Jack Palmer 1926
"Just You, Just Me"[70][71] Jesse Greer Raymond Klages 1929
"King Porter Stomp"[72] Jelly Roll Morton Sonny Burke, Sid Robin 1923
"Lover, Come Back to Me"[73][74] Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein II 1928
"(The Ballad of) Mack the Knife" ("of Die Moritat von Mackie Messer")[75] Kurt Weill Bertolt Brecht (Duits)
Marc Blitzstein (Engels)
1928
"The Man I Love"[6][76] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1924
"Mean to Me"[77][78][79] Fred E. Ahlert Roy Turk 1929
"More Than You Know"[17][80][81] Vincent Youmans Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose 1929
" (My Little) Margie"[82] Con Conrad, J. Russell Robinson Benny Davis 1920
"Nagasaki"[83] Harry Warren Mort Dixon 1928
"Oh, Lady be Good!"[6][84] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1924
"Rhapsody in Blue" George Gershwin (instrumentaal/klassiek) 1924
"Rockin' Chair"[85][86][87] Hoagy Carmichael 1929
"Sheik of Araby"[88] Ted Snyder Harry B. Smith, Francis Wheeler 1921
"Softly As in a Morning Sunrise"[17][89][90] Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein II 1928
"Someone to Watch Over Me"[6][91] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1926
"South"[92] Bennie Moten Thamon Hayes 1924
"Squeeze Me"[93][94] Fats Waller Clarence Williams 1925
"Stardust"[17][95][96][97] Hoagy Carmichael Mitchell Parish 1929
"Sugar (That Sugar Baby O' Mine)"[98] Maceo Pinkard Edna Alexander, Sidney D. Mitchell 1927
"Sweet Georgia Brown"[6][99] Ben Bernie, Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard 1925
"Sweet Lorraine"[100][101] Cliff Burwell Mitchell Parish 1928
"'S Wonderful"[102] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1927
"Tea for Two (jazznummer)"[6][103] Vincent Youmans Irving Caesar 1925
"What Is This Thing Called Love?"[6][104] Cole Porter 1929
"Wild Man Blues"[105] Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton 1927
"Wolverine Blues"[106] Jelly Roll Morton, Benjamin F. Spikes, John C. Spikes 1923

1930 - 1940[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"All of Me"[6][17][42][107][108] Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons 1931
"All the Things You Are"[6][17][42][109][110] Jerome Kern Oscar Hammerstein II 1939
"Alone Together (jazzlied)"[111] Arthur Schwartz Howard Dietz 1932
"April in Paris"[6][17][112][113] Vernon Duke Yip Harburg 1932
"Autumn in New York"[17][114][115] Vernon Duke 1934
"Azure"[17][116][117] Duke Ellington Irving Mills 1937
"Beautiful Love"[42][118][119] Wayne King, Egbert Van Alstyne, Victor Young Haven Gillespie 1931
"The Best Is Yet to Come"[120] Cy Coleman Carolyn Leigh 1959
"Blue Moon"[6][121][122] Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1934
"Body and Soul"[17][123][124][125][126] Johnny Green Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton 1930
"But Not for Me"[6][127] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1930
"Caravan"[6][128][129][130] Duke Ellington, Juan Tizol Irving Mills 1936
"Cherokee (Indian Love Song)"[131][132][133] Ray Noble 1938
"(I'm) Confessin' (That I Love You)"[17][134][135] Ellis Reynolds, Doc Daugherty Al Neiburg 1930
"Darn That Dream"[42][136][137] Jimmy Van Heusen Eddie DeLange 1939
"Don't Blame Me"[6][17][138][139][140] Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields 1933
"Drop Me Off in Harlem"[141][142] Duke Ellington Nick Kenny 1933
"Easy Living"[17][143][144] Ralph Rainger Leo Robin 1937
"Embraceable You"[145] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1928
"A Foggy Day (in London Town)"[6][146] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1937
"Frenesi"[17][147][148] Alberto Dominguez Ray Charles, Alberto Dominguez, S. K. Russell 1939
"Georgia On My Mind"[6][17][149][150] Hoagy Carmichael Stuart Gorrell 1930
"Have You Met Miss Jones?"[6][17][151][152] Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1937
"Heart and Soul"[153][154] Hoagy Carmichael Frank Loesser 1938
"How Deep Is the Ocean (How High Is the Sky)"[155][156] Irving Berlin 1932
"I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues"[157][158] Duke Ellington Don George 1937
"I Can't Get Started (with You)"[6][17][159][160] Vernon Duke Ira Gershwin 1935
"I Cover the Waterfront"[161] Johnny Green Edward Heyman 1933
"I Didn't Know What Time It Was"[162][163] Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1939
"If I Should Lose You" Ralph Rainger Leo Robin 1936
"I Got Rhythm"[6][164] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1930
"I Remember Clifford"[6][165][166] Benny Golson Jon Hendricks 1937
"I Surrender Dear"[167] Harry Barris Gordon Clifford 1931
"In a Mellow Tone" (of "In a Mellotone")[6][17][168][169][170] Duke Ellington Milt Gabler 1939
"In a Sentimental Mood"[6][17][171][172][173] Duke Ellington Irving Mills 1935
"In the Mood"[174][175] Joe Garland Andy Razaf 1939
"It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)"[6][17][176][177][178] Duke Ellington Irving Mills 1932
"It's Only a Paper Moon"[17][179][180][181] Harold Arlen Yip Harburg, Billy Rose 1933
"Just Friends"[6][182][183] John Klenner Sam M. Lewis 1931
"Just One of Those Things"[184] Cole Porter 1935
"(Up a) Lazy River"[17][185][186] Hoagy Carmichael, Sidney Arodin 1931
"Love for Sale"[6][187] Cole Porter 1930
"(Our) Love Is Here to Stay"[188] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1938
"Memories of You"[17][189][190][191] Eubie Blake Andy Razaf 1930
"Mood Indigo"[6][17][192][193][194] Barney Bigard, Duke Ellington Irving Mills 1930
"My Funny Valentine"[6][17][195][196] Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1937
"My Romance"[17][42][197][198] Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1935
"The Nearness of You"[17][199][200] Hoagy Carmichael Ned Washington 1938
"New Orleans"[201] Hoagy Carmichael 1932
"Night and Day (jazzlied)"[6][202] Cole Porter 1932
"Once In a While"[6][203][204] Michael Edwards Bud Green 1937
"One Morning in May"[17][205] Hoagy Carmichael Mitchell Parish 1933
"One O'Clock Jump"[206] Count Basie 1938
"On the Sunny Side of the Street"[6][17][207][208][209][210] Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields 1930
"Out of Nowhere"[6][17][211][212] Johnny Green Edward Heyman 1931
"(Somewhere) Over the Rainbow"[6][213][214] Harold Arlen Yip Harburg 1939
"Pennies from Heaven"[6][17][215][216] Arthur Johnston Johnny Burke 1936
"Prelude to a Kiss"[6][217][218][219] Duke Ellington, Irving Mills Mack Gordon 1938
"Riverboat Shuffle"[220] Hoagy Carmichael Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish, Dick Voynow 1939
"September in the Rain"[221] Harry Warren Al Dubin 1937
"September Song"[17][222][223][224] Kurt Weill Maxwell Anderson 1938
"Sing, Sing, Sing"[225] Louis Prima 1936
"(When It's) Sleepy Time Down South"[226] Clarence Muse, Leon René, Otis René 1931
"(In My) Solitude"[6][17][227][228][229] Duke Ellington Eddie DeLange, Irving Mills 1934
"Something to Live For"[230] Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn 1939
"Sophisticated Lady"[6][17][231][232][233] Duke Ellington, Irving Mills Mitchell Parish 1933
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (jazzlied)"[6][17][234][235] Jerome Kern Otto Harbach 1933
"Stars Fell on Alabama"[6][236][237] Frank Perkins Mitchell Parish 1934
"Stompin' at the Savoy"[6][17][238][239][240] Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Chick Webb Andy Razaf 1936
"Summertime"[6][241] George Gershwin DuBose Heyward 1935
"They Can't Take That Away from Me"[6][242] George Gershwin Ira Gershwin 1937
"There Is No Greater Love"[17][243][244][245] Isham Jones Marty Symes 1936
"These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)"[17][42][246][247] Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey 1936
"The Way You Look Tonight"[17][42][248][249] Jerome Kern Dorothy Fields 1936
"What a Little Moonlight Can Do"[250] Harry M. Woods 1935
"What's New?"[6][17][42][251][252] Bob Haggart Johnny Burke 1939
"When Your Lover Has Gone"[253] Einar Aaron Swan 1931
"Why Don't You Do Right (Get Me Some Money, Too!)"[254] Kansas Joe McCoy 1936
"Willow Weep for Me"[17][42][255][256] Ann Ronell 1932
"Woodchopper's Ball"[257] Joe Bishop, Woody Herman N/B 1939
"Yesterdays"[17][42][258][259] Jerome Kern Otto Harbach 1933
"You Go to My Head"[260] J. Fred Coots Haven Gillespie 1938

1940 - 1950[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"After Hours"[261] Avery Parrish Robert Bruce, Buddy Feyne 1946
"All Too Soon"[262] Duke Ellington Carl Sigman 1940
"Angel Eyes"[17][42][263][264] Matt Dennis Earl K. Brent 1946
"Anthropology"[42][265][266] Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker N/B 1946
"Les feuilles mortes" (of "Autumn Leaves")[6][17][42][267][268] Joseph Kosma Jacques Prévert (Frans)
Johnny Mercer (Engels)
1947
"Billie's Bounce" (of "Bill's Bounce")[17][269][270] Charlie Parker N/B 1945
"Brazil" (of "Aquarela do Brasil")[271][272] Ary Barroso S. K. Russell 1941
"But Beautiful"[17][42][273][274] Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 1947
"C Jam Blues" (of "Duke's Place")[6][17][275][276] Duke Ellington 1942
"Chelsea Bridge"[42][277][278] Billy Strayhorn 1941
"Come Rain or Come Shine"[6][17][279][280] Harold Arlen Johnny Mercer 1946
"Confirmation"[281][282] Charlie Parker N/B 1946
"Cotton Tail"[6][283][284] Duke Ellington 1940
"Day Dream"[285][286][287] Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn John La Touche 1946
"Do Nothing till You Hear from Me" (of "Concerto for Cootie")[6][42][288][289] Duke Ellington Bob Russell 1940
"Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans"[6][17][290][291] Louis Alter Eddie DeLange 1946
"Donna Lee"[292][293] Miles Davis N/B 1947
"Epistrophy"[17][294] Thelonious Monk, Kenny Clarke N/B 1942
"Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye"[295][296] Cole Porter 1944
"Everything But You"[297] Duke Ellington, Harry James Don George 1945
"Flamingo"[298][299] Ted Grouya Edmund Anderson 1941
"Four Brothers"[6][42][300][301] Jimmy Giuffre N/B 1948
"Groovin' High"[6][302][303] Dizzy Gillespie N/B 1944
"Harlem Nocturne"[304][305][306] Earle Hagen Dick Rogers 1943
"Hot House"[307] Tadd Dameron N/B 1945
"How High the Moon"[6][17][308][309] Morgan Lewis Nancy Hamilton 1940
"I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)"[17][310][311][312] Duke Ellington Paul Francis Webster 1941
"I Should Care"[17][42][313][314] Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston 1944
"I'll Remember April"[17][315][316] Gene de Paul Patricia Johnston, Don Raye 1941
"I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So"[317] Duke Ellington Mack David 1945
"It Could Happen to You"[17][318][319] Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 1944
"It Might as Well Be Spring"[17][320][321] Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II 1945
"Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'"[322] Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn Lee Gaines 1941
"Just Squeeze Me (But Please Don't Tease Me)"[323][324][325] Duke Ellington Lee Gaines 1941
"Laura"[326][327] David Raksin Johnny Mercer 1945
"Long Ago (And Far Away)"[17][42][328][329] Jerome Kern Ira Gershwin 1944
"Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?)"[17][330][331] Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, Jimmy Sherman 1942
"Lush Life"[6][17][42][332][333] Billy Strayhorn 1949
"Nature Boy"[17][42][334][335] eden ahbez 1947
"The Night Has a Thousand Eyes"[6][17][336][337] Jerry Brainin Buddy Bernier 1948
"A Night in Tunisia"[6][338][339] Dizzy Gillespie, Frank Paparelli Jon Hendricks 1942
"Now's the Time"[6][17][340][341] Charlie Parker N/B 1945
"On Green Dolphin Street"[6][342][343] Bronislaw Kaper Ned Washington 1947
"Ornithology"[6][344][345] Charlie Parker, Bennie Harris N/B 1946
"Perdido"[17][346][347][348] Juan Tizol Ervin Drake, Hans Jan Lengsfelder 1942
"Polka Dots and Moonbeams"[17][42][349][350] Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 1940
"'Round Midnight" (of "'Round About Midnight")[6][351][352] Thelonious Monk, Cootie Williams Bernie Hanighen 1944
"Salt Peanuts"[353][354] Kenny Clarke, Dizzy Gillespie N/B 1941
"Scrapple from the Apple"[355][356] Charlie Parker N/B 1947
"Since I Fell for You"[357] Buddy Johnson 1945
"Skylark"[42][358][359] Hoagy Carmichael Johnny Mercer 1942
"Star Eyes"[360][361] Gene de Paul, Don Raye 1943
"Stella by Starlight"[6][17][362][363] Victor Young Ned Washington 1946
"The Surrey with the Fringe on Top"[17][364][365] Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II 1943
"Take the A Train"[17][42][366][367] Billy Strayhorn 1941
"Tenderly"[17][42][368][369] Walter Gross Jack Lawrence 1946
"There Will Never Be Another You"[6][17][42][370][371] Harry Warren Mack Gordon 1942
"Things Ain't What They Used to Be"[372][373] Mercer Ellington Ted Persons 1942
"The Things We Did Last Summer"[17][374][375] Jule Styne Sammy Cahn 1946
"Time After Time Jule Styne Sammy Cahn 1947
"Well, You Needen't (It's Over Now)"[376][377] Thelonious Monk Mike Ferro 1944
"Yardbird Suite"[6][378][379] Charlie Parker N/B 1946
"You Don't Know What Love Is"[17][380][381] Gene De Paul, Don Raye 1941
"You Stepped Out of a Dream"[382][383] Nacio Herb Brown Gus Kahn 1940

1950 -1960[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Afro Blue"[384][385] Mongo Santamaria N/B 1959
"Airegin"[6][42][386][387] Sonny Rollins N/B 1954
"All Blues"[388][389] Miles Davis N/B 1959
"Bags' Groove"[390][391] Milt Jackson N/B 1958
"Blue Monk"[392][393] Thelonious Monk N/B 1954
"Canadian Sunset"[394] Eddie Heywood Norman Gimbel 1956
"Chega de Saudade" (of "No More Blues")[17][42][395] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Jon Hendricks, Jessie Cavanaugh (Engels)
1958
"Con Alma"[396][397] Dizzy Gillespie N/B 1956
"Desafinado" (of "Slightly Out of Tune", of "Off Key")[6][17][42][398][399] Antonio Carlos Jobim Newton Mendonça (Portugees)
Jon Hendricks, Jessie Cavanaugh (Engels)
1959
"Fly Me to the Moon" (of "In Other Words")[6][17][400][401][402] Bart Howard 1954
"Freddie Freeloader"[403] Miles Davis N/B 1959
"Giant Steps"[6][404][405][406] John Coltrane N/B 1959
"Goodbye Tristesse (of "A Felicidade")"[407] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Hal Shaper (Engels)
1959
"Here's That Rainy Day"[6][17][42][408][409] Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 1953
"Jordu"[6][410][411][412] Duke Jordan N/B 1953
"Manhã de Carnaval" (of "A Day in the Life of a Fool", of "Black Orpheus")[17][413] Luiz Bonfá, Antônio Maria Luiz Bonfá, Antônio Maria (Portugees)
Carl Sigman (Engels)
1959
"Milestones"[414][415] Miles Davis N/B 1958
"Misty"[17][42][416][417] Erroll Garner Johnny Burke 1954
"My Favorite Things"[17][418][419] Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II 1959
"My One and Only Love"[17][420][421] Guy Wood Robert Mellin 1952
"Naima" (of "Niema")[422][423][424] John Coltrane N/B 1959
"Night Train"[425][426] Jimmy Forrest, Lewis P. Simpkins, Oscar Washington N/B 1951
"Oleo"[6][42][427][428] Sonny Rollins N/B 1954
"Satin Doll"[6][17][42][429][430] Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn Johnny Mercer 1953
"So What"[431][432] Miles Davis N/B 1959
"Solar"[42][433][434] Miles Davis N/B 1954
"Straight, No Chaser"[435] Thelonious Monk N/B 1951
"St. Thomas"[6][42][436][437] Sonny Rollins N/B 1956
"Take Five"[17][438][439] Paul Desmond N/B 1959
"That's All"[440][441] Bob Haymes, Alan Brandt 1952

1960 -1970[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Blue Bossa"[6][42][442] Kenny Dorham N/B 1963
"Cantaloupe Island"[443] Herbie Hancock N/B 1964
"Corcovado" (of "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars")[17][444][445] Antonio Carlos Jobim Antonio Carlos Jobim (Portugees)
Gene Lees (Engels)
1962
"Days of Wine and Roses"[6][446] Henry Mancini Johnny Mercer 1962
"Dindi"[42][447][448] Antonio Carlos Jobim Aloysio de Oliveira (Portugees)
Ray Gilbert (Engels)
1965
"Dolphin Dance"[449] Herbie Hancock N/B 1965
"Doxy"[17][450][451] Sonny Rollins N/B 1963
"Footprints"[42][452][453] Wayne Shorter N/B 1966
"The Gentle Rain" (of "Chuva Delicada")[454] Luiz Bonfá Luiz Bonfá (Portugees)
Matt Dubey (Engels)
1965
"The Gift!" (of "Recado Bossa Nova")[17][455] Djalma Ferreira Luiz Antônio (Portugees)
Paul Francis Webster (Engels)
1965
"The Girl from Ipanema" (of "Garota de Ipanema")[17][456][457] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1963
"How Insensitive" (of "Insensatez")[17][458][459] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1963
"If You Never Come to Me" (of "Inútil Paisagem")[42][460] Antonio Carlos Jobim Aloysio de Oliveira (Portugees)
Ray Gilbert (Engels)
1963
"Impressions"[461][462][463] John Coltrane N/B 1961
"Inner Urge"[464][465] Joe Henderson N/B 1964
"JuJu"[466] Wayne Shorter N/B 1964
"Mahjong"[467][468] Wayne Shorter N/B 1964
"Maiden Voyage"[469] Herbie Hancock N/B 1965
"Meditation" (of "Meditação")[17][470][471] Antonio Carlos Jobim Newton Mendonça (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1962
"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"[42][472] Joe Zawinul Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Larry Williams 1966
"Once I Loved" (of "Amor em Paz", of "Love in Peace")[17][42][473][474] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Ray Gilbert (Engels)
1963
"One Note Samba" (of "Samba de Uma Nota Só")[17][475][476] Antonio Carlos Jobim Newton Mendonça (Portugees)
Antonio Carlos Jobim (Engels)
1961
"Oye Como Va"[477] Tito Puente 1963
"Recorda-Me"[478] Joe Henderson N/B 1963
"Só Danço Samba" (of "Jazz 'N' Samba")[479] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1963
"Song for My Father"[480][481] Horace Silver N/B 1964
"Speak No Evil"[42][482] Wayne Shorter N/B 1965
"Stolen Moments"[6][483][484] Oliver Nelson N/B 1961
"Summer Samba" (of "Samba de Verão", of "So Nice")[6][17][485] Marcos Valle Paulo Sérgio Valle (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1966
"Triste"[42][486][487] Antonio Carlos Jobim 1967
"Water to Drink" (of "Água de Beber")[17][488] Antonio Carlos Jobim Vinicius de Moraes (Portugees)
Norman Gimbel (Engels)
1963
"Watermelon Man"[6][489][490] Herbie Hancock N/B 1963
"Wave" (of "Vou Te Contar")[17][42][491] Antonio Carlos Jobim 1967

1970 - 1980[bewerken]

Titel Componist Tekstschrijver Jaar
"Birdland"[6][17][492] Joe Zawinul N/B 1977
"Chameleon"[493] Herbie Hancock N/B 1973
"Little Sunflower"[42][494] Freddie Hubbard Al Jarreau 1972
"Mr. Magic"[495] Ralph MacDonald, William Salter 1973
"Red Clay"[496] Freddie Hubbard N/B 1972
"Send in the Clowns"[497] Stephen Sondheim 1973
"Spain"[498] Chick Corea N/B 1971

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