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Take The A Train by Duke Ellington

this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)
Take The A Train by Duke Ellington
this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/

Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*


*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

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Take The A Train by Duke Ellington
this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /

Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /


Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it

Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /


Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)

Take The A Train by Duke Ellington


this is an old jazz standard written by Duke but played by hundreds of jazz
artist every where. There are words to it but it is most often played as an
instrumental with solo's over the whole form- for the melody listen to the
recording or buy sheet music.
here are the chords
/ = bar of music ended
need to know some jazz extensions to play it
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C6 /
Cmaj7 (6) / Cmaj7 (6) / D7b5 / D7b5 /
Dm7 / G7 (13) / C6 / C9/
Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 / Fmaj7 /
D9 / D9 / Dm7 / G9 G7b9/
Cmaj7 / Cmaj7 / D7b5/ D7b5/
Dm7 / G9 / Cmaj7 / Cmaj7*
*on the last "turn around chord try a cmaj13 or maybe C augmented (C7#5)