A contrafact is a musical composition built using the chord progression of a pre-existing song, but with a new melody and arrangement. Typically the original tune's progression and song form will be reused but occasionally just a section will be reused in the new composition.

Contrafacts by notable jazz artists include:

Contrafact Year Contrafact Composer Original Song Year Original Composer
"100 Proof"[1] J J Johnson "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"26-2" [2][3] 1960 John Coltrane "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"317 East 32nd Street"[3] 1952 Lennie Tristano "Out of Nowhere" 1931 Johnny Green
"52nd Street Theme"[4][1][5] 1944 Thelonious Monk "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Ablution"[3][6][7] Lennie Tristano "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Air Mail Special"[5] Benny Goodman / Jimmy Mundy / Charlie Christian) "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Ah-Leu-Cha"[1][5][8] Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Ahma See Ya"[9] 1961 Ted Curson "Out Of Nowhere" 1931 Johnny Green
"All The Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother"[6][8] 1961 Charles Mingus "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Allen's Alley"[10][11] c. 1946 Denzil Best "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Almost"[5] David Baker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Anatomy"[6] 1957 Mal Waldron "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"And I Do"[12] 1985 Jim Hall "I Should Care" 1944 Axel Stordahl and Paul Weston
"And She Remembers Me"[13] 1954 Tal Farlow "I'll Remember April" 1942 Gene de Paul
"Anthropology / Thriving on a Riff"[14][3][10][4][1][15][16][5] 1945 Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Apache Dance"[17] 1978 George Coleman "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Apple Honey"[1][5] Woody Herman "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Apple Jump[18] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"As I Live and Bop"[1] Stan Getz "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Back Home in Brooklyn with Donna"[citation needed] 2009 Arun Luthra "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley[19]
"Background Music"[20][21][8] 1955 Warne Marsh "All of Me" 1931 Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons
"Barry's Bop"[1][7] 1947 Fats Navarro "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Be A Good Girl"[15] Coleman Hawkins, Kenny Clarke "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Bean and the Boys"[8][7] 1948 Coleman Hawkins "Lover, Come Back to Me" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"Bebop Romp"[22][1] 1947 Fats Navarro "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Beep Durple"[23] 1965 Carmell Jones "Deep Purple" 1933 Peter DeRose
"Because of Guns"[24] 2003 Vijay Iyer "Hey Joe" 1962 Billy Roberts
"Bike Up The Strand"[15] 1956 Gerry Mulligan "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Birdland Stomp"[25] 1987 Herb Geller "Stompin' at the Savoy" 1934 Edgar Sampson
"Blue Boy"[1][26] 1947 Lennie Tristano "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Blue Serge"[1][7] 1946 Serge Chaloff "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Blue's Theme"[18][16] 1966[27] Blue Mitchell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Boneology"[28] 1947 J. J. Johnson "Robbins’ Nest" 1947 Illinois Jacquet
"Bop City"[5] Kai Winding "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Bop Kick"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Boperation"[5] Fats Navarro / Howard McGhee "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Boppin' A Riff"[1][29][5] Sonny Stitt "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Boston Bernie"[6] 1969[30] Dexter Gordon "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"The Bridge"[18] 1962 Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Bright Mississippi"[1][7] 1961[31] Thelonious Monk "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Brown Gold"[5] Art Pepper "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Brownie Speaks[5]" Clifford Brown "I Got Rhythm" (Altered A section) 1930 George Gershwin
"Brown Skins" [32][1] 1953 Gigi Gryce "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Bud's Bubble"[16][5][7] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Byas a Drink"[33] Don Byas "Stompin' at the Savoy" 1934 Edgar Sampson
"C.T.A."[18][1] Jimmy Heath "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Call the Police"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Calling Dr Jazz"[1][5] Eddie Lockjaw Davis "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Capuchin Swing"[34] 1960 Jackie McLean "Star Eyes" 1943 Don Raye, Gene de Paul
"Cardboard"[14][26] 1949 Charlie Parker "Don't Take Your Love From Me" 1941 Henry Nemo
"Casbah"[1][7] Tadd Dameron "Out of Nowhere" 1931 Johnny Green
"Celia"[16][7] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Chant of the Groove"[5] Coleman Hawkins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Charge Account"[35] Lambert / Stewart "All The Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Charlie's Wig"[14][26] 1947 Charlie Parker "When I Grow Too Old To Dream" 1934 Oscar Hammerstein, Sigmund Romberg
"The Chase"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Chasin' the Bird"[14][3][4][15][16][5] 1947 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Chasm"[18] Julian Adderley "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Cheers"[1][5] Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Chick's Tune"[3][7] Chick Corea "You Stepped Out of a Dream" 1940 Nacio Herb Brown
"Chippie"[18] Ornette Coleman "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Christmas Eve"[5] Slide Hampton "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Citrus Season"[36] Ronnie Ball "Limehouse Blues" 1921 Philip Braham
"Chronology"[18][15] 1959 Ornette Coleman "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Cindy's Tune"[1] Pepper Adams "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Clifford's Axe"[15] Clifford Brown "The Man I Love" 1930 George Gershwin
"Cochise"[37] Alvin Batiste "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Coffee Pot"[1][7] J. J. Johnson "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"Cohn Pone"[9] Al Cohn, Nick Travis "Get Happy" 1930 Harold Arlen
"Compulsion"[5] Miles Davis "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Confirmation"[14][38] 1945 Charlie Parker "Twilight Time" 1945 Al Nevins, Buck Ram
"Confab With Rab"[15] Johnny Hodges "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Constellation"[14][3][4][16][5] 1948 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Contrafact"[39] 2018 Walter Smith III "Like Someone In Love" 1944 Jimmy Van Heusen
"Cookie"[15] Bill Russo "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Coolie Rini"[5] Howard McGhee "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Coppin' The Bop"[5] J J Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Cottontail" (alt. "Cotton Tail" and "Hot Chocolate")[18][1][15][16][5] 1940 Duke Ellington "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Could Ja"[5] Carey / Fisher "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Countdown"[3][7] John Coltrane "Tune Up" 1953 Miles Davis
"Coupe de Ville"[40] Mike Stern "There Is No Greater Love" 1936 Isham Jones
"Crazeology" (aka Little Benny)[1][16][5] Benny Harrie "I Got Rhythm" (A section altered) 1930 George Gershwin
"CTA"[5][7] Jimmy Heath "I Got Rhythm" (A section altered, different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
Cuban Holiday[1] Lawrence Wooten "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Dear John"[41][7] 1990 Freddie Hubbard "Giant Steps" 1959 John Coltrane
"Deception"[42] 1950 Miles Davis "Conception" 1950 George Shearing
"Deep People"[9] Jimmy Guiffre "A Foggy Day" 1937 George Gershwin
"Delerium"[5] Tadd Dameron "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Deliberation"[1] Lennie Tristano "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley
"Deltitnu"[32] 1954 Gigi Gryce "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Denial"[1] Miles Davis "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Dewey Square"[14][43] 1947 Charlie Parker "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Dexter's Cuttin' Out"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Dexter's Deck"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Dexter Digs In"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Dexterity[10]"[14][4][1][15][5] 1947 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Dextivity"[44] 1947 Tadd Dameron "Take the "A" Train" 1939 Billy Strayhorn
"Dextrose"[44][45] 1947 Tadd Dameron "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Dig"[3][7] aka "Donna"[1] 1951 Miles Davis "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Diggin' Diz"[26] Dizzy Gillespie "Lover" 1932 Richard Rodgers
"Disappointed"[15] Eddie Jefferson "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Dixie's Dilemma"[46][21] 1957 Warne Marsh "All The Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Dixie Jamboree"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Dizzy Atmosphere"[18][1][16][5] 1945 Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Do You Hear the Voices You Left Behind?"[21] John McLaughlin "Giant Steps" 1959 John Coltrane
"Doin' The Bow Wow"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Donna Lee"[14][3][26][21] 1947 Miles Davis[47] "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley
"Don't Be That Way"[18][10][4][5] 1938 Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Mitchell Parish "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Dorothy"[5] Howard McGhee "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Dot's Groovy"[1][5] Bob Gordon "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Double Date"[1] Pete Rugolo "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Doujie"[48] Wes Montgomery "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Down for the Double"[1][5] Freddie Green "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Doxy"[49] 1957 Sonny Rollins "Ja-Da" - partly 1918 Bob Carleton
"Dream Step"[citation needed] Dick Oatts "You Stepped Out of a Dream" 1940 Nacio Herb Brown
"Dream Stepper"[50] Lee Konitz "You Stepped Out of a Dream" 1940 Nacio Herb Brown
"The Duel"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"E. T. A."[citation needed] Bobby Watson "Lazy Bird" 1958 John Coltrane
"Ear Conditioning"[51] Ronnie Ball "Look For The Silver Lining" 1919 Jerome Kern
"East Thirty-Second"[1] Lennie Tristano "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Eb"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Eb Pob"[1][5] Fats Navarro / Leo Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Eternal Triangle"[18][3][1][16][5] 1957 Sonny Stitt "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George and Ira Gershwin
"Euphoria"[15] Charlie Ventura, Roy Kral "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Everything's Cool"[29][5] 1946 Sonny Stitt, Walter Fuller "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Evidence"[52][3] Thelonious Monk "Just You, Just Me"[53] 1929 Jesse Greer
"Exotica"[7] John Coltrane "I Can't Get Started" 1936 Vernon Duke
"Ezz-Thetic"[54] 1957 George Russell "Love for Sale" 1930 Cole Porter
"Fat Girl"[1][5] Fats Navarro "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Father Knickerbopper"[5] Tiny Kahn "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Father Steps in"[5] Dixon / Randall / Hines / Fox "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Fats Blows"[43][1][15] 1947 Fats Navarro "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Feather Bed"[36] Ted Brown "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" 1943 Cole Porter
"Fifth Avenue"[1] John Coltrane "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Fifth House"[3][7] John Coltrane "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Finger Poppin'"[18] 1959 Horace Silver "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Five Brothers"[5] Gerry Mulligan "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Flash"[15] Harry James "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Flat Black"[1] J J Johnson "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Flintstones Theme"[10][4][16][5] 1961 Hoyt Curtin "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Flossie Lou"[55] Tadd Dameron "Jeepers Creepers" 1938 Harry Warren
"Flyin' Home"[1][5] Lionel Hampton, Benny Goodman "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"For Hecklers Only"[5] Ray Brown / Gil Fuller "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"For Regulars Only"[citation needed] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Four Brothers"[56] 1947 Jimmy Giuffre "Jeepers Creepers" 1938 Harry Warren
"Four On Six"[57] 1960 Wes Montgomery "Summertime" 1934 George Gershwin
"Fox Hunt"[4][5] Maynard Ferguson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Fox Hunt"[1] Mike Abene "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Frantic Fancies"[15] Bud Powell "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Free"[15] Ornette Coleman "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Freight Trane"[58][7] 1958 Tommy Flanagan "Blues for Alice" 1951 Charlie Parker
"Fried Bananas"[21][59] 1969 Dexter Gordon "It Could Happen to You" 1944 Jimmy Van Heusen
"Froggy Day"[1] Lennie Tristano "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"From the Start"[citation needed] 2023 Laufey "Jeepers Creepers" (A section) 1938 Harry Warren
"Fungi Mama"[16][7] Blue Mitchell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Fuchsia Swing Song"[60] 1965 Sam Rivers "Night And Day" 1932 Cole Porter
"Futurity"[32] Gigi Gryce "There Will Never Be Another You" 1942 Harry Warren
"Garage Band"[citation needed] Arun Luthra "How About You?" 1941 Burton Lane
"Get It"[61] 1957 Bud Powell "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"Getting Together"[1] Charles Mingus "All The Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Goin' To Minton's"[1][5] Fats Navarro "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Good Bait"[62][1][5] 1944 Tadd Dameron, Count Basie "I Got Rhythm" different bridge 1930 George Gershwin
"Good Queen Bess"[5] Duke Ellington "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Goof and I"[5] Al Cohn "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Green Street Caper"[63][7] 1981 Woody Shaw "On Green Dolphin Street" 1947 Bronislau Kaper
"Green Is Mean"[64] 1990 Brian Lynch "On Green Dolphin Street" 1947 Bronislau Kaper
"Groovin' High"[65] 1945 Dizzy Gillespie "Whispering" 1920 Vincent Rose[66]
"Hackensack"[43][1][15] Thelonious Monk "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Half Nelson"[3][21] 1947 Miles Davis "Lady Bird" 1939 Tadd Dameron
"Hamp's Paws"[5] Hampton Hawes "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Hanid"[9] 1958 Coleman Hawkins "Dinah (song)" 1925 Harry Akst
"Harlem Swing"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Hesitation"[16] 1982 Wynton Marsalis "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Hi Beck"[1] Lee Konitz "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Hip Hip Hooray"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Hit That Jive, Jack"[5] Skeets Tolbert "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Hollerin' and Screamin'"[5] Eddie Lockjaw Davis "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Home Cookin'"[15] Charlie Parker "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Hot House"[3][1][21] 1945 Tadd Dameron "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Hoy Soy"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"I Didn't"[67] 1955 Miles Davis "Well, You Needn't" 1944 Thelonious Monk
"I Hate You"[7] 1977 Tete Montoliu "I Love You" 1944 Cole Porter
"I Know"[1] Sonny Rollins "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"I Want More"[68] 1960 Dexter Gordon "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"I'm An Errand Boy For Rhythm"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Ice Freezes Red"[69][1] 1947 Fats Navarro "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley
"I'm Boppin' Too"[5] Lorraine Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Impressions"[7] 1961 John Coltrane "So What" 1959 Miles Davis
"In a Mellow Tone"[16] 1939 Duke Ellington "Rose Room" 1917 Art Hickman, Harry Williams
"In A Rush"[1][15] James Moody "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"In F"[70] 2011 Steve Swallow "I Love You" 1944 Cole Porter
"In Walked Bud"[7] 1947 Thelonious Monk "Blue Skies" 1926 Irving Berlin
"In Walked Horace"[5] J J Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Indiana Winter"[1] Feather / Winter "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"Infinity Promenade"[citation needed] Shorty Rogers "Good Bait" 1944 Tadd Dameron
"Infra Rae"[citation needed] 1956 Hank Mobley "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"The Injuns"[71][7] Donald Byrd "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Insensatez"[72] 1963 Antônio Carlos Jobim "Prelude, Op. 28, No. 4 (Chopin)" 1942 Frédéric Chopin
"Intuition"[51] Ted Brown Play, Fiddle, Play 1947 Emery Deutsch, Arthur Altman
"Intoit"[citation needed] Stan Getz "A Night in Tunisia" 1942 Dizzy Gillespie
"It's You"[citation needed] 1996 Lee Konitz "It's You or No One" 1963 Jule Styne
"I've Changed"[9] 2017 Gary Smulyan "You've Changed" 1941 Bill Carey, Carl Fischer
"I Was Doing All Right"[5] George Gershwin "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Jack Sprat"[7] 1958 Sonny Stitt "Blues for Alice" 1951 Charlie Parker
"Jahbero"[6] Tadd Dameron "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Jam Man"[5] Marty Greene "I Got Rhythm" (altered A section) 1930 George Gershwin
"Jay Bird"[18][5] 1946 J. J. Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Jay Jay"[18][1][5] 1946 J. J. Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Jayne"[1] Ornette Coleman "Out of Nowhere" 1931 Johnny Green
"The Jeep Is Jumpin'"[5] Duke Ellington "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Ju-Ju"[citation needed] Lennie Tristano "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley
"Judy"[46] Lennie Tristano "Don't Blame Me" Jimmy Van Heusen
"Jug Handle"[5] Gene Ammons "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Juggernaut"[5] Gene Ammons "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Juggin' Around"[5] Frank Foster "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Jumpin' At The Woodside"[5] Count Basie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Jumpin' with the Mop"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Juicy Lucy"[1][7] Horace Silver "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Kamman's A' Comin'"[73] Oscar Pettiford "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Kangaroo"[citation needed] 1953 Les Paul "Stompin' at the Savoy" 1934 Edgar Sampson
"Kary's Trance"[citation needed] Lee Konitz "Play, Fiddle, Play" 1947 Emery Deutsch, Arthur Altman
"Keen and Peachy"[74][1] 1947 Burns / Rogers "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Kicks"[1] Nat King Cole "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Kokochee"[citation needed] Teddy Charles "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Leapin' At The Lincoln"[15] Charlie Barnet "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Lee's Dream"[citation needed] Fred Hersch "You Stepped Out of a Dream" 1940 Nacio Herb Brown
"Lemon Drop"[1][5] George Wallington "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Lennie-Bird"[3][1] Lennie Tristano "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"Lennie's Pennies"[1][7] Lennie Tristano "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Lester Blows Again"[1] Lester Young "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Lester Leaps In"[10][18][4][1][16][5] 1939 Lester Young "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Let's Call This"[11] Thelonious Monk "Honeysuckle Rose" 1929 Fats Waller
"Lex[citation needed]" 1960 Donald Byrd "Tadd's Delight" (aka "Sid's Delight") 1949 Tadd Dameron
"Liberia"[citation needed] 1964 John Coltrane "A Night in Tunisia" 1941 Dizzy Gillespie
"Lila Mae"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Little Benny" (aka "Crazeology", "Bud's Bubble")[16] Benny Harris "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Little Man On The White Keys"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Little Quail"[36] Ted Brown "I'll Remember April" 1942 Gene de Paul
"Little Rootie Tootie"[75] Thelonious Monk "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Little Willie Leaps"[1] 1947 Miles Davis "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"Lollypop"[5] Shorty Rogers / Terry Gibbs "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Love You Madly"[1][5] Duke Ellington "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Lucky Strike"[15] Elmo Hope "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Lullaby of Birdland"[1] 1952 George Shearing "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"Luminescence"[1] Barry Harris "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"Mad Be Bop"[citation needed] 1946 J. J. Johnson "Just You, Just Me" 1929 Jesse Greer
"The Man from Hyde Park"[citation needed] Harold Mabern "The Song Is You" 1932 Jerome Kern
"Marmaduke"[14][1] 1948 Charlie Parker "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Marshmallow"[1] Warne Marsh "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Mayreh"[1][76] Horace Silver "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann
"Merry-Go-Round"[14][1][5] 1948 Charlie Parker A "I Got Rhythm"

B "Honeysuckle Rose"

A 1929

B 1930

A George Gershwin

B Fats Waller

"Meteor"[13] 1956 Tal Farlow "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Minor March"[1] Jackie McLean "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"Minor's Holiday"[1] Kenny Durham "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"Mirror Lake"[citation needed] Idrees Sulieman "Wave" 1967 Antônio Carlos Jobim
"Miss Thing"[5] Count Basie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Monk/Trane"[citation needed] 2009 John Patitucci "Giant Steps" 1959 John Coltrane
"Moodamorphosis"[9][15] Gil Fuller, Dave Burns "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Moody Speaks"[5] James Moody / Dave Burns "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Moody's Got Rhythm"[5] James Moody "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Moose the Mooche"[14][3][10][4][1][16][5] 1946 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Mop Mop"[15][5] Sid Catlett "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"More Moon"[1] Shorty Rogers "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"Moten Swing"[77] 1932 Bennie Moten, Buster Moten, Count Basie, Eddie Durham "You're Driving Me Crazy" 1930 Walter Donaldson
"Motion"[citation needed] 1954 Jimmy Raney "You Stepped Out of a Dream" 1940 Nacio Herb Brown, Gus Kahn
"Move"[1][5] Denzil Best "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"My Little Suede Shoes"[14][38][78] 1951 Charlie Parker A "Pedro Gomez"

B "Le Petit Cireur Noir

Henri Giraud (both)
"Naptown U.S.A."[1] J J Johnson "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley
"Never Felt That Way Before"[1] Sonny Stitt "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"New Wheels"[16] Mulgrew Miller "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Newk's Fadeaway"[5] Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Night at Tony’s, A"[32] 1953 Gigi Gryce Yardbird Suite 1940 Charlie Parker
"Night on Bop Mountain"[1] Kai Winding "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"No Figs"[1] Lennie Tristano "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 James F. Hanley
"No Moe"[5] Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"No Splice"[50] Lee Konitz "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To" 1943 Cole Porter
"Northwest Passage"[5] Woody Herman / Jackson / Burns "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Nostalgia"[1] Fats Navarro "Out of Nowhere" 1931 Johnny Green
"Not You Again"[citation needed] John Scofield "There Will Never Be Another You" 1942 Harry Warren
"Now He Beats The Drum,Now He Stops"[citation needed] Chick Corea "How Deep Is The Ocean" 1932 Irving Berlin
"Off the Cuff"[citation needed] Jim McNeely "It's You or No One" 1963 Jule Styne
"O Go Mo"[1][5] Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Oleo"[79][4][1][15][16][5] 1945 Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Omicron"[citation needed] 1956 Donald Byrd "Woody'n You" 1943 Dizzy Gillespie
"On a Misty Night"[citation needed] Tadd Dameron "September in the Rain" 1937 Harry Warren
"On The Minute"[9] 1961 Jon Eardley "Love Me or Leave Me (Donaldson and Kahn song)" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"On The Scene"[1][5] Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"One Bass Hit"[1][5] Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"One Liners"[citation needed] Mike Stern "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"One Night Stan"[citation needed] 2016 Alison Young "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Oop-Bop-Sha-Bam[1][5] Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Opus Caprice"[15] Al Haig "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Or Come Fog"[citation needed] 1990 Don Grolnick Come Rain or Come Shine 1946 Harold Arlen
"Ornithology"[14][3][1][26][21] 1946 Charlie Parker, Benny Harris "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"An Oscar for Treadwell"[14][3][4][1][16][5] 1950 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Out a Day"[citation needed] Franck Amsallem "Night and Day" 1932 Cole Porter
"Out of the Blue"[citation needed] 1951 Miles Davis "Get Happy" 1930 Harold Arlen
"Overtime"[1] Pete Rugolo "Love Me or Leave Me" 1928 Walter Donaldson
"Ow!"[4][1][16][5] 1947 Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Palo Alto"[50][15] Lee Konitz "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Parisian Thoroughfare"[80] 1951 Bud Powell "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" 1931 Harold Arlen
"Parker 51"[81][1] 1951 Jimmy Raney "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Passport"[14][4][1][16][5] 1949 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Pennie Packer"[36] Ronnie Ball "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Perdido"[7] Juan Tizol "Candy" 1944 Alex Kramer
"Plain Jane"[1][7] Sonny Rollins "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Pogo Stick Bounce"[5] Eden Abhez "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Pooch McGooch"[15] Bill Russo "Somebody Loves Me" 1924 George Gershwin
"Prince Albert"[82][3][6][1][21] Kenny Dorham "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Professor Bop"[5] Babs Gonzales "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"The Protagonist"[citation needed] Jack Cooper "Lover" 1932 Richard Rodgers
"Psalm"[citation needed] Jimmy Halperin "Darn That Dream" 1939 Jimmy Van Heusen
"Quasimodo"[14][26] 1947 Charlie Parker "Embraceable You" 1928 George Gershwin
"Quicksilver"[76][7] Horace Silver "Lover, Come Back to Me" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"Raeba"[citation needed] Jimmy Halperin "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" 1939 Richard Rodgers
"Raid The Joint"[5] Erskine Hawkins "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Re-Re"[citation needed] Bob Mintzer "Back Home Again in Indiana" 1917 Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley
"Red Cross"[14][3][10][4][1][15][16][5] 1944 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Red Tornado"[citation needed] Red Rodney "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Red Wig"[15] Red Rodney "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Reets and I"[citation needed] 1958 Benny Harris "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"Relaxin' With Lee"[14][26] 1950 Charlie Parker "Stompin' at the Savoy" 1934 Edgar Sampson
"Reunion" aka"Salute to Birdland" / "Salute to the Bandbox"[32] 1954 Gigi Gryce "I'll Remember April" 1942 Gene de Paul
"Rhodomagnetics"[citation needed] Wilbur Harden "Take the "A" Train" 1939 Billy Strayhorn
"Rhythm-a-Ning"[10][4][1][15][16][5] 1957 Thelonious Monk "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Rhythm In A Riff"[5] Billy Eckstine "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Rhythm Sam"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Rifftide"[43][1][65][15] Coleman Hawkins "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Rocker"[citation needed] 1950 Gerry Mulligan "Sleigh Ride" 1948 Leroy Anderson
"Room 608"[79][1][5] Horace Silver "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Round House"[1] Gerry Mulligan Out of Nowhere 1931 Johnny Green
"Salt Peanuts"[79][10][4][1][15][5] 1942 Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Salute to the Band Box"[7] Gigi Gryce "I'll Remember April" 1942 Gene de Paul
"San Souci" aka "Sans Souci"[32] [1] 1955 Gigi Gryce Out of Nowhere 1931 Johnny Green
"Satellite"[3][1] 1964 John Coltrane "How High the Moon" 1940 Morgan Lewis
"Sax of a Kind"[1] Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Scotchin' The Soda"[5] W. Jack Riley "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Scrapple from the Apple"[14][1][21] 1947 Charlie Parker "Honeysuckle Rose"; bridge "I Got Rhythm" 1929 Fats Waller, George Gershwin
"Second Balcony Jump"[16][7] Jerry Valentine "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Segment"[14][1] 1949 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Serenade to a Square"[1] Bud Powell Cherokee 1938 Ray Noble
"Serene"[citation needed] Eric Dolphy "Tenderly" 1946 Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence
"The Serpent's Tooth"[1][16][5] Miles Davis "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Settin' The Pace"[5] Dexter Gordon "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Seven, Come Eleven"[79][4][1][5] Charlie Christian, Benny Goodman "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Shag"[5] Sidney Bechet "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Shawnee"[citation needed] Buddy Rich "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"Shaw 'Nuff"[14][3][10][4][16][5] 1945 Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"She Rote"[citation needed] 1951 Charlie Parker "Beyond the Blue Horizon" 1930 Richard A. Whiting
"Shelley"[citation needed] Red Rodney "Rosetta" 1939 Earl Hines
"Shoo Shoo Baby"[5] Phil Moore "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Smog Eyes"[51] 1956 Ted Brown "There Will Never Be Another You" 1942 Harry Warren
"Smoke Signal[32] 1955 Gigi Gryce Lover” (modified) 1932 Richard Rodgers
"Smokey Joe"[5] Van Phillips / Emil Ascher "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"So Sorry Please"[5] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Soflee"[citation needed] 1992 Gene Bertoncini "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"Solid Potato Salad"[5] DePaul / Prince / Raye "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Something Like a Bird"[citation needed] 1978 Charles Mingus "Idaho" 1942 Jesse Stone
"Sonnyside"[1][5] Sonny Stitt "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Split Feelin's"[citation needed] 1960 Hank Mobley "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Split Kick"[76][7] 1951 Horace Silver "There Will Never Be Another You" 1942 Harry Warren
"Spotlite"[83] Coleman Hawkins "Just You, Just Me" 1929 Jesse Greer
"Spur of the Moment"[15] Charles Mingus "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Squatty Roo"[5] Johnny Hodges "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Stan Getz Along"[15] Al Cohn "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Status Quo"[citation needed] John Neely "There Will Never Be Another You" 1942 Harry Warren
"Stay On It"[5] Tadd Dameron "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Steeplechase"[14][3][4][1][15][16][5] 1948 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Stop"[1] Don Lanphere "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Stop The Red Light's On"[5] Taps Miller "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Stoptime"[1] Horace Silver "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Straight Ahead"[16][7] Kenny Dorham "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Straight Life"[56] 1954 Art Pepper "After You've Gone" 1918 Turner Layton
"Straighten Up and Fly Right"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"The Street Beat"[5] C Thompson / Robert Mellin "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Strictly Confidential"[5] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Striver's Row"[1][7] 1957 Sonny Rollins "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Stupendous"[15] Howard McGhee "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Sub-Atomic Dominant"[citation needed] Jimmy Halperin "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Suburban Eyes"[1] 1947 Ike Quebec "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"Subconscious Lee"[1][50][46] Lee Konitz "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"Suspone"[79] Mike Stern "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Swedish Schnapps"[14][4][5] 1951 Charlie Parker "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Sweet Clifford"[1][7] Clifford Brown "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Sweet Thing"[84] Rory Stuart "In Your Own Sweet Way" 1955 Dave Brubeck
"Sweets"[15] Eddie Laguna, pseudonym of Nat King Cole.[85] "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Swing House"[1] Gerry Mulligan "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"Swing Spring"[4][5] 1954 Miles Davis "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Swingin' For Bumsy"[5] 1954 Sonny Rollins "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Swingin' With Diane"[5] Art Pepper "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Symphonette"[5] Tadd Dameron "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Syntax"[5] J J Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Tadd's Delight"[7] Tadd Dameron "But Not For Me" 1930 George Gershwin
"Tah-De-ah"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"'TAin't What You Do"[citation needed] Sy Oliver "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Take 'em"[5] Nat King Cole "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Tale Of The Fingers"[9][15] Paul Chambers "Strike Up The Band" 1927 George Gershwin
"Tangibility"[citation needed] Arun Luthra "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Teapot"[1] J. J. Johnson "Sweet Georgia Brown" 1925 Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard
"That's My Kick"[86] 1967 Erroll Garner "I Get A Kick Out Of You" 1934 Cole Porter
"The Theme"[79][4][1][16][5] Miles Davis "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Theme for Penny"[citation needed] 1990 Javon Jackson "Giant Steps" 1959 John Coltrane
"Thingin"[6][50] 1996 Lee Konitz "All the Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"Third Event"[21] Arun Luthra "Giant Steps" 1959 John Coltrane
"Third Rail"[5] Michael Brecker "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Tide""[citation needed] 1970 Antônio Carlos Jobim "Wave 1967 Antônio Carlos Jobim
"Tippin'"[79] 1956 Horace Silver "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Tiptoe"[5] Thad Jones "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Tollbridge"[15] Joe Gordon "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Tony's Tune"[15] Tony Aless "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Tour De Force"[7] Dizzy Gillespie "Jeepers Creepers" 1938 Harry Warren
"Transfiguration"[32] 1956 Gigi Gryce Gone with the Wind (song) 1937 Allie Wrubel
"Translation"[87] 1956 Lucky Thompson "What's New?"" 1939 Bob Haggart
"Turnpike"[1][16][5] J J Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Tuxedo Junction"[1] Erskine Hawkins "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Twelve"[citation needed] 2000 Peter Erskine "Easy to Love" 1934 Cole Porter
"Two Fathers"[1][15] James Moody "Oh, Lady Be Good!" 1924 George Gershwin
"Two in Love"[88] 2000 Jack Cooper "I Love You" 1944 Cole Porter
"Up On Teddy's Hill"[1] Charlie Christian "Honeysuckle Rose" 1928 Fats Waller
"Victory Ball"[15] Lennie Tristano, Billy Bauer, Charle Parker "'S Wonderful" 1927 George Gershwin
"Visitation"[89] 1956 Paul Chambers "All God's Chillun Got Rhythm" 1937 Bronislaw Kaper, Walter Jurmann, Gus Kahn
"Vodka"[9] Mal Waldron "Yesterdays" 1933 Jerome Kern
"Wail"[79][4][16][5] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Wake Up!"[32] 1956 Gigi Gryce I Got Rhythm 1930 George Gershwin
"Walk, Don't Run"[90] 1954 Johnny Smith "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise" 1928 Sigmund Romberg
"Waltz New"[citation needed] Jim Hall "Someday My Prince Will Come" 1937 Frank Churchill
"Webb City"[29][5] Bud Powell "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Wee"[10][4][5] aka "Allen's Alley" c. 1946 Denzil Best I Got Rhythm 1930 George Gershwin
"Weeja"[citation needed] 1956 Elmo Hope "Confirmation" 1946 Charlie Parker
"Wells Fargo"[79] 1958 Wilbur Harden "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Wendy"[91] Paul Desmond "For All We Know" 1934 J. Fred Coots
"Westwood Walk"[1] Gerry Mulligan "Fine and Dandy" 1930 Kay Swift
"Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am"[92] 1961 Charles Mingus "What Is This Thing Called Love?" 1929 Cole Porter
"What Love?"[93] Charles Mingus "What Is This Thing Called Love?" and

"You Don't Know What Love Is"

1929 / 1941 Cole Porter

Gene De Paul

"Who's Who"[5] Art Farmer "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Wiggly Walk"[5] Jacobs / Oppenheim / Palmer "I Got Rhythm" (different bridge) 1930 George Gershwin
"Wire Brush Stomp"[5] Gene Krupa "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Wolf Talk" aka "Wolf's Talk"[32] 1955 Gigi Gryce I Got Rhythm 1930 George Gershwin
"Wow"[citation needed] 1949 Lennie Tristano "You Can Depend on Me" 1931 Charles Carpenter, Louis Dunlap, Earl Hines
"XYZ"[5] Budd Johnson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Yardbird Suite"[14][3] 1940 Charlie Parker "Rosetta, except measure two" 1939 Earl Hines
"Yeah Man"[5] J Russel Robinson "I Got Rhythm" 1930 George Gershwin
"Yellow Dolphin Street"[94] 1977 Tete Montoliu "On Green Dolphin Street" 1947 Bronislau Kaper
"Young Lee"[1] Lee Konitz "All The Things You Are" 1939 Jerome Kern
"You Gotta Dig It to Dig It"[1] Donald Byrd "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble
"You're Not The Kind"[32] 1956 Gigi Gryce "Pennies from Heaven" 1936 Arthur Johnston
"Zog's Jog" James Morrison "Cherokee" 1938 Ray Noble

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