Ja-Da

Ja-Da
You will receive the full track upon your purchase
  1. 1.
    Accompaniment (C=125)
    0:29
  2. 2.
    Accompaniment (C=155)
    0:24
Instrument: 2-Part Chorus
Words and Music: Bob Carleton
Key: F Major
Arranged by: Linda Spevacek-Avery
Lyrics start: "You've heard all about your rage melodies....."

“Ja-Da” is a work by Bob Carleton. This version has been arranged for 2-Part Chorus by Linda Spevacek-Avery.

You can find the sheet music used by clicking here. 

“Ja-Da” is a hit song written in 1918 by Bob Carleton. The title is sometimes rendered simply as “Jada.” Ja-Da has flourished through the decades as a jazz standard.

Carleton penned the 16-bar tune when he was club pianist in Illinois and first popularized it with singer Cliff Edwards. The sheet music for “Ja-Da” was published in 1918 by Leo Feist, Inc., New York. The tune was briefly famous, and then spent 35 years as a well-known standard.

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Tracks

  • Accompaniment (C=125bpm)
  • Accompaniment (C=155bpm)

 

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Product Description

“Ja-Da” is a work by Bob Carleton. This version has been arranged for 2-Part Chorus by Linda Spevacek-Avery.

You can find the sheet music used by clicking here. 

“Ja-Da” is a hit song written in 1918 by Bob Carleton. The title is sometimes rendered simply as “Jada.” Ja-Da has flourished through the decades as a jazz standard.

Carleton penned the 16-bar tune when he was club pianist in Illinois and first popularized it with singer Cliff Edwards. The sheet music for “Ja-Da” was published in 1918 by Leo Feist, Inc., New York. The tune was briefly famous, and then spent 35 years as a well-known standard.

Purchase includes: Mp3 Audio Tracks

  • Accompaniment (C=125bpm)
  • Accompaniment (C=155bpm)

 

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