Passing Diminished 7th chord

The following pieces on this website contain passing diminished seventh chords.

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

Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicChurchill, Frank and Morley, LarryAmerican, Male“Some Day My Prince Will Come” (1937) – NON-PD(descending) passing diminished 7th chord, secondary dominants (deceptive resolution)
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicStrayhorn, BillyAmerican“Take the A Train” (1939) – NON-PDsecondary dominants, passing diminished 7th
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicHarline, Leigh and Washington, NedAmerican“When You Wish Upon a Star” from the Disney movie Pinocchio (1939) – NON-PD32-bar song form, Mixture, altered dominants, passing diminished 7th
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicPorter, ColeAmerican, Male“Night and Day” (1932) – NON-PD32-bar song form, Mixture, Aug 6, Descending bass line
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicGross, Walter and Lawrence, JackAmerican“Tenderly” (1946) – NON-PDBackdoor progression, passing diminished 7th
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 MusicLerner, Alan Jay and Lowe, FrederickAmerican“Almost Like Being in Love” (1947) – NON-PDpassing diminished 7th (descending), ii-V-I progression, “screendoor” progression – deceptive resolution in ii-V-I progression
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicSampson, EdgarAmerican, Male“Stompin’ at the Savoy” (1936) – NON-PDpassing diminished 7th, Tritone sub
Jazz, Pop, and Film MusicWarren, Harry and Gordon, MackAmerican, male“There Will Never Be Another You” (1942) – NON-PDii-V-I, mixture, passing diminished 7th, 3rd relationship