Circle of 5th progressions

The following pieces on this site contain circle of 5th progressions.

Pieces that are not in the Public Domain are marked NON-PD and may not have a score.

Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicKern, Joseph and Oscar Hammerstein IIAmerican“All the Things You Are” from the musical Very Warm for May (1939) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression, altered dominant, ii-V-I progression, descending passing diminished 7th
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicMingus, CharlesAmerican, Black“Self Portrait in Three Colors” (1957) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression, II-V-I
ClassicalBeethoven, Ludwig VanmalePiano Sonata No. 21 in C Major (Waldstein), Op. 53, I: Allegro con brioSonata form, circle of 5ths progression, third relationship (key), Aug 6, Neapolitan,cto7
20th centuryGrymn, James Timblack, AmericanThe Tar Heel Bluescompound binary, Aug 6, cto7, circle of 5ths progression, ragtime, fox trot
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicMack, Cecil and Johnson, James P (Jimmy)Black, American“Charleston” (1923)Fox trot, Aug 6, cto7, circle of 5ths progression – ragtime progression (I-III7-VI7-II7-V7-I)
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicParker, CharlieAmerican, Black“Confirmation” (1946) – NON-PDTritone sub, circle of 5ths progression, 32-bar song form
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicHarrell, TomAmerican“Little Dancer” (1996) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression, Tritone sub
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicBlake, Eubie and Sissle, NobleBlack“Gypsy Blues” (1921)Augmented 6 chords, Secondary Dominants (circle of fifths progression)
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicKosma, Joseph, Johnny Mercer, Jacques PrevertHungary, French“Autumn Leaves” (1945) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression, guidetones/voice leading, linear analysis
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicHoward, BartAmerican“Fly Me To The Moon” (1954) – NON-PDCircle of 5ths progression