All The Things You Are Chords – Hammerstein/Kern

All The Things You Are Lead Sheet

If you’re looking for the All The Things You Are Lead Sheet, you’ve just found it!

All The Things You Are is an incredible jazz standard that was written by Jerome Kern in 1939 for the musical Very Warm For May.

It is an absolutely fantastic jazz standard and believe it or not, it was the very first jazz standard that I ever played and learned.

When I first started learning more about it and tried to play it, this All The Things You Are Lead Sheet was the reason why I feel in love with jazz standards.

The many 2 5 1 chord progressions that reminded me of a mathematical puzzle. I couldn’t get enough of it!

If you’re new to jazz, I highly recommend that you start out with this All The Things You Are Lead Sheet.

There’s a lot of ground to cover here, and actually, I will run you through the steps of what there is to learn and know about this song.

By no means do I recommend you try to play the song all at once and sight read it.

There’s just too much going on, and I think it will take some time for us to get through it, but let’s get started with it anyway!

The All The Things You Are Lead Sheet Explained

First of all, there are a lot of 2 5 1 chord progressions in this song.

I always in general recommend you start out by practicing the entire melody of the song, then you memorize the harmony.

Really, the next step is to try and master the harmony by practicing changes between two chords.

That is in the real of things the best way to go about everything, and so I recommend that you try to practice things like that.

Use scales and arpeggios, and really just try stuff out.

Use a metronome, be consistent, and you’ll be in a good place.

If you like this All The Things You Are Lead Sheet, feel free to share it with your musical colleagues.

Thank you for visiting Minedit and we look forward to seeing you back here!

The Minedit Team

0 0
For DMCA requests, please email dmca@minedit.com.