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Here are entered jazz instrumental works for two or more performers. Songs performed in jazz style by a vocalist or vocal group, with or without accompaniment, are entered under Jazz vocals.

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  • Accordion and piano music (Jazz)
  • Clarinet and piano music (Jazz)
  • Cornet and piano music (Jazz)
  • Double bass and piano music (Jazz)
  • Jazz duets
  • Jazz ensembles
  • Jazz music
  • Jazz nonets
  • Jazz octets
  • Jazz quartets
  • Jazz quintets
  • Jazz septets
  • Jazz sextets
  • Jazz trios
  • Jazz -- United States
  • Jive (Music)
  • Saxophone and piano music (Jazz)
  • Vibraphone and piano music (Jazz)
  • Wind instrument and piano music (Jazz)
  • Xylophone and piano music (Jazz)
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