Au Privave

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"Au Privave" is a bebop jazz standard composed by Charlie Parker in 1951.[1][2] Parker recorded "Au Privave" on January 17, 1951 for the American record label Verve. From French, the title translates to "in Privave" or "at the Privave."[3] A variant of this title is "Après Vous" (After You), a song recorded by drummer Max Roach.

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  1. ^ Au Privave at jazzstandards.com - retrieved on December 1, 2010
  2. ^ The Real Book, Volume I, p. 37
  3. ^ Saxontheweb.net discussion

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