Although we’re currently in the middle of a heat-wave here in the midwest USA, today is the first official day of Fall! To celebrate the occasion, I thought I’d throw up a quick post highlighting some of my favorite autumn-themed, musical theatre and jazz ballads to sing and assign students throughout the season. So, grab your favorite sweater and a pumpkin spice latte, and enjoy these melancholy fall classics!

1. “AUTUMN LEAVES” 

by Joseph Kosma & Johnny Mercer

2. “WHEN AUTUMN COMES” 

by Frank Wildhorn & Jack Murphy

3. “SEPTEMBER SONG” FROM KNICKERBOCKER HOLIDAY

by Kurt Weill & Maxwell Anderson

4. “TRY TO REMEMBER” FROM THE FANTASTICKS

by Harvey Schmidt & Tom Jones

5. “AUTUMN” FROM STARTING HERE, STARTING NOW

by Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire

6. “WHEN OCTOBER GOES”

by Johnny Mercer & Barry Manilow

7. “AUTUMN IN NEW YORK” FROM THUMBS UP!

by Vernon Duke

P.S. If you need further assistance finding repertoire for yourself or for your students, make sure to ‘like’ the Kevin Michael Jones Voice Studio & Repertoire Services page on Facebook!

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