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John's transcriptions defy the understanding of most people. He had the extraordinary ability to listen to anything, no matter how complicated, and to write it down note perfect. He had no idea how he was able to do it - he just could. He would spend hours with a pair of cans stuck to his ears, snapping his fingers, singing snippets out loud, then rushing to the piano to try those particular bars, often cursing and muttering under his breath until he got it.

This enormous talent will be sorely missed. John had customers from all corners of the globe who would ask him to transcribe a tune - often with the most sketchy of recordings or information, and sometimes with no idea where the tune had come from or what it was called. Watching him unpick it and write it down was a pleasure that I never tired of. Sometimes he would comment that the tune was so awful, it was no wonder nobody had wasted the paper on it.

There are currently 212 jazz transcriptions, arrangements and special editions available in the collection, all of which are available to purchase and can be sent anywhere in the world. To receive a copy of the list, you can either download it now or send a request to mail@johnfarrellcollection.com


John Farrell's transcriptions are deadly accurate to the original recordings. Click this link to listen to the MIDI files. Although you might want to bear in mind that a computer interpretation never learned how to 'swing the 8ths', other than that, they are note perfect. Once the pianist has the tune under his or her belt, they can let rip with wild abandon and feel entirely confident of the jaw-dropping effect they will have on any unsuspecting listener.

On rare occasion, it was nigh-on impossible to put into dots some of the early masters' brilliance. There are one or two transcriptions that carry a notation on the top to that effect. In these cases, John would put down as many of the notes that would fit on the stave, mark those bars and recommend that the player listen to the original recording, take a deep breath and go for it. There were times when we would sit at the piano and he would do exactly that, before starting to laugh and raising his tangled fingers with an 'Aaarrrggghh!'.

The full list of transcriptions...

Transcriptions are supplied as high quality pdf files over the email and are priced at $10.00 (USD) each. Discounts are available for bulk purchase. Payment is accepted via PayPal only.

Current transcriptions list:

133rd Street Boogie
Sammy Price
Sammy Price’s 1945 recording transcribed by John Farrell

About A Quarter To Nine
Dubin/Warren
Arranged by John Farrell

You Took Advantage Of Me
Rodgers & Hart
Cliff Jackson’s 1962 recording transcribed by John Farrell

What Can I Say After I Say I’m Sorry
Walter Donaldson/Abe Lynam
Arranged by John Farrell

After You’ve Gone
Turner Layton/Henry Creame
Arranged by John Farrell

Ain’t Misbehavin’
Waller/Razaf/Brooks
Don Lambert’s 1962 recording transcribed by John Farrell

Alley Rat Blues
Jimmy Blythe’s piano roll transcribed by John Farrell

All Of Me
G Marks
John Farrell’s transcription and adaptation of a Dave Ruosch recording

All The Things You Are
Jerome Kern
As played by Art Tatum, transcribed by John Farrell

Anitra’s Dance
Grieg
Transcribed by John Farrell from a Donald Lambert recording

Arkansas Blues
Lada/Williams
As played by Cliff Jackson, transcribed by John Farrell

Tatum Plays The Blues
Art Tatum
Transcribed by John Farrell

Atlanta Blues
W.C. Handy/Dave Elman
As played by Don Ewell, transcribed by John Farrell

Baby Brown
Alex Hill
As played by Ralph Sutton, transcribed by John Farrell

Back Goes To Town
Alec Templeton
transcribed by John Farrell
Carolina Balmoral
James P. Johnson
From James P. Johnson’s 1943 recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Beale Street Blues
W.C. Handy
As played by Marvin Ash, transcribed by John Farrell

Birmingham Breakdown
Duke Ellington
Arranged by John Farrell

Black Beauty
Duke Ellington
Arranged by John Farrell

Bleeding Hearted Blues
Lovie Austin
As played by James P. Johnson, transcribed by John Farrell

Blue Black Bottom
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller/Mike Jackson
Fats Waller’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Blues – Part 1
Meade Lux Lewis
Meade Lux Lewis’s 1939 Blue Note recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Bounce With Me
Errol Garner
transcribed by John Farrell

Bozo Pants
Robin Frost
transcribed by John Farrell

Breaking In A Pair Of Shoes
Stept/Washington/Franklin
Teddy Wilson’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

You Can’t Lose A Broken Heart
James P. Johnson
John Gill’s 2006 PianoMania recording, transcribed by John Farrell

You Can’t Lose A Broken Heart
James P. Johnson
Arranged by John Farrell

Rag Played By Brun Campbell
transcribed by John Farrell

Bucket Of Blood
Will Ezell
Will Ezell’s 1928 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Buddy’s Habit
Straight/Nelson
John Gill’s 2006 PianoMania recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Candy Lips (I’m Stuck On You)
Jack Lauria/Mike Jackson
Arranged by John Farrell

Can’t We Be Friends
Paul James/Kay Swift
Arranged by John Farrell

Canadian Capers
Chandler/White/Cohen
As played by Joe ‘Fingers’ Carr, transcribed by John Farrell

Careless Love
Handy/Koenig/Williams
As played by Cliff Jackson, transcribed by John Farrell

Careless Love
Handy/Koenig/Williams
Burt Bales’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Carolina Shout
James P. Johnson
James P. Johnson’s QRS piano roll transcribed and adapted by John Farrell

Changes
Walter Donaldson
Ralph Sutton’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

King Chanticleer
Ayer/Brown
Arranged by John Farrell

The Charleston
James P. Johnson
John Farrell’s adaptation of James P. Johnson’s QRS piano roll

Cheek To Cheek
Irving Berlin
Arranged by John Farrell

Chicago Breakdown
‘Big Maceo’ Merriweather
Big Maceo’s 1945 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

China Jumps
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
transcribed by John Farrell

The Clearing House Blues
Honesty/Webb/Darvo
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll transcribed by John Farrell

Confessin’ The Blues
Brown/McShann
arranged by John Farrell

Has Anyone Seen Corrine
Albert Ammons
Albert Ammons’s 1939 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Cow Cow Blues
Charles ‘Cow Cow’ Davenport
Sammy Price’s 1945 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Crazy Jo’
Harry F. Reser
arranged by John Farrell

Cryin’ For The Carolines
Harry Warrenn
As played by James P. Johnson, transcribed by John Farrell

The Curse Of An Aching Heart
Al Piantadosi/Henry Fink
arranged by John Farrell

Cushion Foot Stomp
Clarence Williams
arranged by John Farrell

The Darkdown Strutter’s Ball
Shelton Brooks
arranged by John Farrell

Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
Koehler/Arlen
Teddy Wilson’s recording transcribed by John Farrell

Dill Pickles
C.L. Johnson
Ralph Sutton’s 1949 Circle recording (take 2), transcribed by John Farrell

Dive Bomber (originally entitled Answer To The Boogie)
Pete Johnson
Pete Johnson’s 1944 Brunswick recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Got To Cool My Doggies Down
Williams
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll transcribed by John Farrell

Dog Town Blues
Bob Haggart
As played by Bob Zurke, transcribed by John Farrell

Doctor Jazz
Jelly Roll Morton
arranged by John Farrell

Easy Living
Ralph Rainger/Leo Robin
Sir Charles Thompson’s 1984 Sackville recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Eccentric (That Eccentric Rag)
J. Russel Robinson
John Farrell’s transcription of a Ralph Sutton Recording

Echo Of Spring
Clarence Williams/Willie ‘The Lion’ Smith
Johnny Varro’s 1998 Arbors recording, transcribed by John Farrell

I’m Putting All My Eggs In One Basket
Irving Berlin
Transcribed by John Farrell from a Don Lambert recording

I Cover The Waterfront
Green/Heyman
Burt Bales’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Eternal Blues
Jimmy Yancey
Jimmy Yancey’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Fascination
James P. Johnson
Ralph Sutton’s recording transcribed by John Farrell

Fats Waller Rhythm Medley No.1
arranged by John Farrell

Fats Waller Rhythm Medley No.2
arranged by John Farrell

Fats Waller Rhythm Medley No.3
arranged by John Farrell

Fats Waller Rhythm Medley No.4
arranged by John Farrell

I’ve Got A Feeling That I’m Falling
Waller/Rose/Link
Fats Waller’s 1929 Victor recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Five O’Clock Blues
Jimmy Yancey
Jimmy Yancey’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

FO’ Day Blues
Montana Taylor
Montana Taylor’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Four O’Clock Blues
Pete Johnson
Pete Johnson’s 1939 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Friday Night Stomp
Johnny Maddox
Johnny Maddox’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

A Ghost Of A Chance
Bing Crosby/Ned Washington/Victor Young
Teddy Wilson’s 1939/40 Keystone recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Goin’ About
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
Fats Waller’s 1929 recording (take 2),
transcribed by John Farrell

I Ain’t Got Nobody
Williams/Peyton/Graham
Fats Waller’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Guess Who’s In Town
Razaf/Johnson
As played by James P. Johnson, transcribed by John Farrell

Handful Of Keys
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
Fats Waller’s 1929 Victor recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

He Ain’t Got Rhythm
Irving Berlin
Martin Litton’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Heartbreaker
Ray Charles
Ray Charles’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Hold My Hand
Fats Waller/J.C. Johnson
arranged by John Farrell

Honey Babe
Ferd ‘Jelly Roll’ Morton
Don Ewell’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Honey Hush
Fats Waller/Ed Kirkeby
Don Ewell’s 1975 Jazzology recording,
 transcribed and edited by John Farrell

Honeysuckle Rose
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
arranged by John Farrell

Honolulu Baby
Marvin Hatley
arranged by John Farrell

Harlem Hotcha
James P. Johnson/Andy Razaf
arranged by John Farrell

The House Cleaning Blues
(composer unknown)
John Gill’s 1993 PianoMania recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

I Ain’t Gonna Tell Nobody
Richard M. Jones
As played by Don Ewell, transcribed by John Farrell

I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me
Jimmy McHugh/Clarence Gaskill
As played by Don Ewell, transcribed by John Farrell

If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
James P. Johnson (music)/Henry Creamer (lyric)
Donald Lambert’s recording transcribed and
adapted by John Farrell

If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
James P. Johnson (music)/Henry Creamer (lyric)
Teddy Wilson’s recording transcribed by John Farrell

If I Had You
Shapiro/Campbell/Connelly
As played by Marvin Ash, transcribed by John Farrell

If It Ain’t Love
Andy Razaf/Don Redman
arranged by John Farrell

I’m Not Worrying
Fats Waller/Clarence Williams
Neville Dickie’s 2004 Stomp Off recording, transcribed by John Farrell

I’m Proud Of A Baby Like You
Schoenberg/Stevens/Helmlock
Dick Hyman’s recording, transcribed and edited by John Farrell

In A Mezz
Sammy Price
Sammy Price’s 1945 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

I Never Knew (That Roses Grew)
Gus Kahn/Ted Fiorito
As played by Ralph Sutton, transcribed by John Farrell

It Had To Be You
Gus Kahn/Isham Jones
Art Tatum’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Jacksonville Gal
Fred Rose
arranged by John Farrell

Jelly Roll Stomp
Kansas City Frank Melrose
As played by the composer, transcribed by John Farrell
Jesse James
Albert Ammons
transcribed by John Farrell

Jim Jams
Roy Bargy
arranged by John Farrell

Jingles
James P. Johnson
John Gill’s PianoMania recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Just Gone
Joe Oliver
John Farrell’s transcription of the Don Ewell recording

Justin Tyme
Roy Barby
arranged by John Farrell

Just Too Soon
Earl Hines
Earl Hines’s December 1929 QRS recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Kaycee On My Mind
Pete Johnson
Pete Johnson’s 1940 Decca recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Kiss Me Sweet
Armand J. Piron/Steve Lewis
Armand Hug’s 1953 Paramount recording,
transcribed and edited by John Farrell

The Ladies Who Sing With The Band
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
From ‘Early To Bed’ (1943), arranged by John Farrell

Last Go Round Blues
Jimmie Cox
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll, transcribed and edited by John Farrell

Lock And Key
Henry Creamer (words) / James P. Johnson (music)
James P. Johnson’s accompaniment to Bessie Smith’s
1927 Columbia recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Isn’t This A Lovely Day
Irving Berlin
Mark Shane’s 2004 Amber Lake recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Love Me
Donaldson/Kahn
Fats Waller’s 1929 Victor recording (take 3),
transcribed by John Farrell

Love Me Or Leave Me
Donaldson/Kahn
John Farrell’s arrangement based on the
Nina Simone recording

Love Is The Sweetest Thing
Ray Noble
Teddy Wilson’s 1939/40 Keystone recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

You’re A Lucky Guy
Sammy Cahn/Saul Chaplin
Johnny Varro’s 1998 Arbors recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Lullaby In Rhythm
Hirsch/Sampson/Profit
Don Ewell’s 1970 Chiaroscuro recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

The Man In The Moon
Don Frye
Don Frye’s 1945 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Maple Leaf Rag
Scott Joplin
Arranged by Jelly Roll Morton, transcribed
from a MIDI file by John Farrell

Martinique (from ‘Early To Bed’)
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
John Farrell’s transcription of a Fats Waller recording

Mecca Flat Blues
Blythe/Robinson/Williams
arranged by John Farrell

Melancholy Blues
Marty Bloom & Walter Melrose
arranged by John Farrell

Melancholy
Meade ‘Lux’ Lewis
Meade Lux Lewis’s 1939 Blue Note recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Have You Met Miss Jones
Rodgers/Hart
Johnny Varro’s Arbors recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

My Monday Date
Earl Hines
Clause Bolling’s 1972 Philips recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Monday Struggle
Albert Ammons
Albert Ammons’s 1939 recording,
transcribed by John Farrell
Mr. Jelly Lord
Jelly Roll Morton
Burt Bales’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Mule Face Blues
Little Brother Montgomery
Little Brother Montgomery’s recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Muskrat Ramble
Kid Ory/R. Gilbert
arranged by John Farrell

My Old Daddy’s Got A Brand New Way To Love
Jackson
As played by Fats Waller, transcribed by John Farrell

The Nearness Of You
Carmichael/Washington
arranged by John Farrell

There Will Never Be Another You
Harry Warren/Mack Gordon
Transcribed and adapted by John Farrell from a Donald Lambert recording

Nobody But My Baby
Clarence Williams/Andy Razaf
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll transcribed by John Farrell

Old Fashioned Love
James P. Johnson
The composer’s 1944 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Fats Waller’s Original E Flat Blues
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
Waller’s 1935 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Otis Blues
Otis Spann
Otis Spann’s 1960 Candid recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Otis In The Dark
Otis Spann
Otis Spann’s 1960 Candid recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Pass The Jug
Kansas City Frank Melrose
The Kansas City Frank Melrose recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Pass The Jug
Kansas City Frank Melrose
As recorded by David Boeddinghaus,
transcribed by John Farrell

Piano Breakdown
Kansas City Frank Melrose
The Kansas City Frank Melrose recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Piano Price Rag
‘Piano Price’ Davis
Glover Compton’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Pick Yourself Up
Kern/Fields
arranged by John Farrell

A Porter’s Love Song (To A Chambermaid)
James P. Johnson / Andy Razaf
arranged by John Farrell

What’s The Reason
Poe/Grier/Tomlin/Hatch
As played by Ralph Sutton, transcribed by John Farrell

Ring Dem Bells
Ellington/Mills
Fats Waller’s 1941 Victor recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Rockhouse
Ray Charles
Arrangement, based on Ray Charles bank recording, by John Farrell

Roll ‘Em
Mary Lou Williams
As played by the composer, transcribed by John Farrell

Royal Garden Blues
Clarence Williams/Spencer Williams
John Farrell’s transcription of a Don Lambert recording

Samo Blues
Sir Charles Thompson
Sir Charles Thompson’s 1984 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

I Left My Heart In San Francisco
George Cory/Douglas Cross
Adapted by John Farrell from a Ralph Sutton recording

Satin Doll
Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorn
Teddy Wilson’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Save It Pretty Mama
Don Redman
transcribed by John Farrell

Scouting Around
James P. Johnson’s 1923 Okeh recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Scram!
Leonard Feather
arranged by John Farrell

Sensation
Edwards
As played by Marvin Ash, transcribed by John Farrell

The Sheik Of Araby
Smith/Wheeler/Snyder
arranged by John Farrell

Sheltered By The Stars
Waller/Young
As played by Ralph Sutton, transcribed by John Farrell

Shine
Ford Dabney/Cecil Mack/Lew Brown
John Farrell’s transcription of a Jo Ann Castle recording

Shuffle Boogie
Pete Johnson
Pete Johnson’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Give Me The Simple Life
Bloom
arranged by John Farrell

I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
Armand J. Piron
As played by Marvin Ash, transcribed by John Farrell

Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Jerome Kern/Otto Harbach
As played by Marvin Ash, transcribed by John Farrell

Squeeze Me
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller/Clarence Williams
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll, transcribed by John Farrell

St. Louis Blues
W.C. Handy
John Farrell’s transcription of the Marvin Ash
recording

St. Louis Blues
W.C. Handy
Albert Ammons’ 1939 Solo Art recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

St. Louis Gal
J. Russel Robinson
arranged by John Farrell

Streamline Train
Cripple Clarence Lofton
Cripple Clarence Lofton’s 1943 recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

On The Street Where You Live
Lerner & Lowe
Arranged by John Farrell

Sugar Rose
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller/Phil Ponce
Ralph Sutton’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Suitcase Blues
Hersal Thomas
Albert Ammons’ 1939 Blue Note recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Sunday
J. Fred Coots/Clifford Grey
Teddy Wilson’s 1939/40 Keystone recording,
transcribed and adapted by John Farrell

Sunny Morning
Teddy Wilson
Teddy Wilson’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Dorothy Fields/Jimmy McHugh
arrangements by John Farrell

Sweet Savannah Sue
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
Fats Waller’s 1929 Victor recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Tack Head Blues
Alex Hill
As played by the composer, transcribed by John Farrell

‘T Ain’t So Honey, ‘T Ain’t So
Willard Robison
As played by Ralph Sutton, transcribed by John Farrell

‘T Ain’t Nobody’s Bizz-Nezz If I Do
Grainger/Prince/Williams
Ralph Sutton’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Take It In Stride
Don Ewell
Don Ewell’s 1973 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Tea For Two
Ceasar/Youmans
Donald Lambert’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

That Old Feeling
Brown/Fain
Teddy Wilson’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

This Is The Blues
Otis Spann
Otis Spann’s 1960 Candid recording, transcribed
by John Farrell

Tishomingo Blues
Williams
arranged by John Farrell

Toddlin’
James P. Johnson
James P. Johnson’s 1923 Okeh recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

Too Much Mustard
Cecil Macklin
The Joe ‘Fingers’ Carr recording, transcribed
by John Farrell

Unsaturated Fats
K.O. Eckland
arranged by John Farrell

The 44 (Vicksburg) Blues
E. Montgomery
Little Brother Montgomery’s 1972 recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

I’m Coming Virginia
Doland Heywood/Will Marion Cook
Fats Waller’s QRS piano roll transcribed by John Farrell

Waiting At The End Of The Road
Irving Berlin
As played by Fats Waller, transcribed by John Farrell

Walking The Blues
Otis Spann
Otis Spann’s 1960 Candid recording, transcribed
by John Farrell

I Cover The Waterfront
Green/Heyman
Burt Bales’ recording transcribed by John Farrell

Weeping Blues
James P. Johnson
John Farrell’s transcription of James P. Johnson’s 1923 Columbia recording

West Coast Rag
Will Ezell
Will Ezell’s 1927 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

West Dallas Drag
Hearn
Rob Cooper’s 1934 Bluebird recording, transcribed
and edited by John Farrell

What’d I Say
Ray Charles
Arrangement by John Farrell based on the
Ray Charles recording

What Is This Thing Called Love
Cole Porter
arranged by John Farrell

Wherever There’s Love (There’s You And I)
Eddie Condon/Johnny DeVries
Johnny Varro’s 1998 Arbors recording, transcribed
by John Farrell

Willie The Weeper
Melrose/Bloom/Rymal
Don Ewell’s recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Dance Of The Witch Hazels
Paul Lingle
John Farrell’s transcription of a Paul Lingle recording

Woo Woo
Albert Ammons
Scored by John Farrell

Worried And Lonesome Blues
James P. Johnson
James P. Johnson’s 1923 Columbia recording,
transcribed by John Farrell

All The Wrongs You’ve Done To Me
Dowell/Payton/Smith
As played by Don Ewell, transcribed by John Farrell

Yacht Club Swing
Waller/Autrey/Johnson
arranged by John Farrell

Yellow Dog Blues
W.C. Handy
As played by Don Ewell, transcribed by John Farrell

You Can Depend On Me
Hines/Carpenter/Dunlap
Ralph Sutton’s 1972 recording, transcribed by John Farrell

You Turned The Tables On Me
Alter/Mitchell
arranged by John Farrell

Zonky
Thomas ‘Fats’ Waller
The 1935 Fats Waller recording, transcribed by John Farrell

Bob Zurke Medley
Compiled and arranged by John Farrell


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