Autumn In New York Tutorial
Written in the key of F Major, Autumn in New York is most often played as a ballad and it follows a 32 measure A1 – B – A2 – C form. The tonality is primarily major and the descending melodic motive repeats throughout the tune.
We’re going to jump straight in with some two handed voicings and look for opportunities to enhance the harmony using upper structure triads, passing chords and suspensions. Check out those lessons for specific guidance on each of these areas of theory.
Autumn In New York is a true cocktail piano classic and is a popular and well-known tune to add to your repertoire!
Upper Structure Triad Cheat Sheet File Type: pdf
Jazz Voicings Cheat Sheet File Type: pdf