Wynton Kelly (sheet music in the #smlpdf)

Wynton Kelly (sheet music in the #smlpdf)

sheet music pdf Wynton Kelly

Best Sheet Music download from our Library.

Total Records Found in the Library: 0, showing 120 per page

Wynton Kelly – Autumn Leaves Solo transcription
Wynton Kelly – Dark Eyes Solo Piano transcription

Wynton Kelly – Full transcriptions, contents:

1 Green Dolphin Street Kelly Blue
2 Softly,As In A Morning Sunrise
3 Kelly Blue
4 Autumn Leaves Full View
5 What A Diff’rence A Day Made
6 On A Clear Day
7 Never Undiluted
8 Don’t Explain Wynton Kelly Piano

Wynton Kelly – I Dig of You Solo transcription
Wynton Kelly – If I should Love You Solo transcription

Wynton Kelly – Jazz Piano Collection,

Whisper Not

Dark Eyes

Kelly Blue

Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise

On Green Dolphin Street
On Stage
I’ll Close My Eyes
Unit 7
I Want A Little Girl
Autumn Leaves
On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

Wynton Kelly – Someday my prince will come

Please, subscribe to our Library. Thank you!


Wynton Kelly – Blues on Purpose ( Full Album )

free scores download

Wynton Kelly – piano…. Paul Chambers – bass…. Jimmy Cobb – drums…

Track Listing:

“Blues on Purpose” – 7:34 “If You Could See Me Now” – 6:19 “Somebody’s Blues” – 9:52 “Another Blues” – 8:16 “Old Folks” – 5:54 “Milestones” – 5:27

Recorded – Half Note, NYC on June 2 (# 2 & 4), July 25 (# 1 & 3) & August 17 (# 5 & 6), 1965.

Please, subscribe to our Library. Thank you!

sheet music score download partitura partition spartiti noten 楽譜 망할 음악 ноты

Wynton Kelly (short bio)

Wynton Charles Kelly (December 2, 1931 – April 12, 1971) was an American jazz pianist and composer. He is known for his lively, blues-based playing and as one of the finest accompanists in jazz. He began playing professionally at the age of 12 and was pianist on a No. 1 R&B hit at the age of 16. His recording debut as a leader occurred three years later, around the time he started to become better known as an accompanist to singer Dinah Washington, and as a member of trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie’s band.

This progress was interrupted by two years in the United States Army, after which Kelly worked again with Washington and Gillespie, and played with other leaders. Over the next few years, these included instrumentalists Cannonball Adderley, John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, Wes Montgomery, and Sonny Rollins, and vocalists Betty Carter, Billie Holiday, and Abbey Lincoln.

Kelly attracted the most attention as part of Miles Davis’ band from 1959, including an appearance on the trumpeter’s Kind of Blue, often mentioned as the best-selling jazz album ever.

After leaving Davis in 1963, Kelly played with his own trio, which recorded for several labels and toured the United States and internationally. His career did not develop much further, and he had difficulty finding enough work late in his career. Kelly, who was known to have epilepsy, died in a hotel room in Canada following a seizure, aged 39.

Wynton Kelly discography