#1
All right, I'm playing this piece called "Jellybeans" by Sammy Nesti for my jazz band at school and there are some chords I don't know how to play:

Ab/Eb
D7(#9)
Fmi/D
G7(b9)
Gmi7/C
F(add9)
Gmi/F
G/F
Ao
Bbmi6

If anyone can help me out, it would be much appreciated.
If anyone could perhaps send me an audio file of this song, it would be GREATLY appreciated.
Thanks to all who reply in advance.
#2
Get a chord dictionary. I'm sure there's one here on UG and if not....fficial&client=firefox-a">Google


You could try to look up an audio file at JWPepper.com
When I was in high school, I was the bassist in my high school's jazz band and we used that site for audio samples of our pieces we played
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Last edited by Warheart1188 at Sep 28, 2008,
#4
^--Regarding 'slash' chords, on the left of the slash is the chord, on the right is the bass note. So Ab/Eb is an Ab chord where an Eb is the lowest note played.

11 11 10 8 x x would be one possible voicing of an Ab/Eb chord.