Good as Gold

Ain’t Misbehavin’

– Fats Waller
Tain’t Nobody’s Bizness If I Do

-Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins
A kiss goodnight

– VIctor Kirschman, Nell Herman and Freddie Slack
Angel eyes

Earl Brent and Matt Dennis
All of me

– Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons
Autumn Leaves

– Joseph Kosma and Johnny Mercer
After you’ve gone

– Turner Layton and Henry Creamer
After you get what you want

- Irving Berlin
Aggravatin’ Papa
(Don’t You Try To Two-Time)

-Bessie Smith
Alexanders Ragtime Band – Irving Berlin
Body & Soul

– Coleman Hawkins
Baby won’t you please come home

– Charles Warfield and Clarence Williams
Black Orfeus

– Luiz Bonfá
Cry you out of my heart

– Johnny Lange, Richard Loring and Hy Heath
Cheek to cheek

– Irving Berlin
Careless love blues

– traditional song
Cold in hand blues

– Ges/Longshaw
Day dream

– Billy Strayhorn
Don’t get around much anymore

– Duke Ellington and Bob Russell
Everytime we say goodbye

– Cole Porter
Georgia on my mind

-Hoagy Carmichael
God bless the Child

– Billie Holiday

Gee baby, ain’t I good to you

– Andy Razaf and Don Redman

Honeysuckle rose

– Fats Waller

How insensitive

– Antônio Carlos Jobim

I got it bad (and that ain’t good)

– Arthur Johnston an Johnny Burke

It’s only a papermoon

– Harold Arlen, E. Y. Harburg and Billy Rose

In a sentimental mood

– Duke Ellington

Imagination

– Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen

Jailhouse blues

– Bessie Smith and C.Williams

Lady sings the blues

– Billie Holiday

Let’s do it (let’s fall in love)

– Cole Porter

Let’s fall in love

– Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler

Lullaby of birdland

– George Shearing and George David Weiss-

Misty

– Erroll Garner

My sweetie went away

– Roy Turk, Lou Handman

Nature boy

– Eden ahbez

Pennies from heaven

– Arthur Johnston and Johnny Burke

Summertime

– George Gershwin

The man I love

– George Gershwin,

There will never be another you

– Harry Warren and Mack Gordon

Time alone will tell

– James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon

They can’t take that away from me

– George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin

Why don’t you do right

– Joseph “Kansas Joe” McCoy