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    I am trying something for 2021. I am calling it "A Standard A Day".
    I plan on sharing a video of me performing a different Jazz Standard every day this year. Let's hope this goes longer than last year's daily workout commitment which petered out around January 14.

    This is not to highlight me or my playing but to highlight the great songs that are a part of our collective history.

    First up is "All the things you Are"


    This is the Jazz Standard "All The Things You Are" written by Jerome Kern in 1939.This is the first in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"Contact Anthony@doubleajazz.com for lessons and or info


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    The Days of Wine and Roses

    This is the Jazz Standard "The Days of Wine and Roses" written by Henry Mancini in 1961.
    This is the second video in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"

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    Night and Day

    This is the Jazz Standard "Night and Day" written byCole Porter in 1932.
    This is the third video in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"

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    It's only a Paper Moon

    This is the Jazz Standard "It's only a Paper Moon" written by Harold Arlen in 1933.
    This is the Fourth video in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"

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    Moonlight in Vermont
    Day 5 of "A Standard A Day" written in 1944 by Johnny Blackburorfn and Karl Seussd
    This is the Fifth in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"
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    Blue Bossa
    Day 6 of "A Standard A Day" written in 1963 by Kenny Dorham
    This is the Sixth in my series entitled "A Standard A Day"
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    You wouldn't catch me trying to do one a day, I'd never get inside them enough. And you need to get inside them.

    It's not a competition, you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ragman1
    You wouldn't catch me trying to do one a day, I'd never get inside them enough. And you need to get inside them.

    It's not a competition, you know.
    It’s not a competition. I am challenging myself. Not to “get inside” the tune but rather to play the tune and go through the process of recording and uploading.
    Some people challenge themselves to lose weight or visit the gym or save more money. I am challenging myself to do this.
    It’s not a race if no one is running.


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