Good luck finding what you want. There are DVD's all over the Internet pick one and see if it helps. I've listed the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Catalog later in this post. I bet you can find something there.
IMO I think you would do better having some fake chord sheet music on several of the standard you would like to learn
and then have a Video of it being played.
Autumn leaves fake chord is easy to pull up and then finding someone playing the song on a video is also easy. Put the fake chord on a music stand, turn on the video and see if you can keep up with the music. Most of the time the key is the same on these old standards.
Should mention, I'd recommend comping the chord tone bass line, leave the melody line for much later.
Here is the chord progression to Autumn Leaves. http://www.8notes.com/chord_chart/autumn_leaves.asp
Here is a vocal video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwPxD...12F30BBCC1BEE9
Here is the vanilla book (easy chords) -- the chords to hundreds of jazz standards, including Autumn Leaves. http://www.ralphpatt.com/Song.html
Notice the backing track section in the top tool bar. You probably will have to turn off your pop up blocker to get the backing track to work. Never had a probem with bugs, etc.
And a must have; Jamey Aebersold Jazz Catalog.. www.jazzbooks.com
. The play-a-longs are great. Little advanced, be forewarned. I bet you could find some DVD's here that you might like. There used to be a free "little red book" on jazz music theory inside the catalog. Yep, it still there. http://www.jazzbooks.com/mm5/merchan...re_Code=JAJAZZ