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Duke Ellington"s story on records, 1960-1962

Luciano Massagli

Duke Ellington"s story on records, 1960-1962

by Luciano Massagli

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Published by Raretone in Milano .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ellington, Duke, -- 1899-1974.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLuciano Massagli, Liborio Pusateri [and] Giovanni M. Volonté.
    ContributionsPusateri, Liborio., Volonté, Giovanni M.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21024004M

      Charles Mingus (* April in Nogales (US-Militärbasis), Arizona; † 5. Januar in Cuernavaca, Mexiko) weer en US-amerikaansch Jazz-Kontrabassist un hörrt to de bedüüdenst Komponisten vun den modernen   Leistungen  Kompositschonen (Utwahl)  Upnahmen (Utwahl)  Literatur   November performance of Duke Ellington's Sacred Concert at Chicago's Auditorium Theater. Photo from Barbara Wright-Pryor, who says: "I was Duke's choral director and am seated in the first row, fifth from right.” 1 Birth Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington was an African American composer, pianist and jazz band

      Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the signature opening piece for Duke Ellington and his Orchestra came to him with very little effort. In fact, he said that the music and lyrics for "Take the A Train," originally recorded on Febru by Ellington for Victor Records, came more quickly than the subject of the song itself Duke Ellington was an American jazz composer and performer who is among one of the greatest names in the history of jazz. This biography profiles his childhood, life, music career, achievements and ://

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Duke Ellington"s story on records, 1960-1962 by Luciano Massagli Download PDF EPUB FB2

Duke Ellington is a non-fiction biography that follows the life of one of America’s greatest jazz-inspired composers and pianist. The story centers around young Duke, born Edward, and his journey from despising piano, to falling in love with ragtime, and everything in :// OCLC Number: Description: volumes 22 cm: Contents: [v] ()[v] ()[v] ().

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Between the two songs, there is an excerpt of an interview of Ellington in Marchin which he talks about from where he got the name Duke and the origin of the “Love You Madly” phrase.

Next, the broadcast turns to the Ap stockpile session Ap and Sjølund-Jensen lets the listerners hear Blues take 2 and Limbo Ellington's sole book musical, Beggar's Holiday, was staged on Broadway in Sophisticated Ladies, an award-winning musical revue, incorporated many of the tunes he made famous.

Numerous memorials have been dedicated to Duke Ellington, in cities +Ellington/+wiki. Billy Strayhorn achieved musical immortality through his composition "Take the 'A' Train." Introduced in early by Duke Ellington, the bandleader made it his theme song the following year, and so it remained for the rest of Ellington's ://   A great lost chapter in the Cannonball/David Axelrod story.

The record features Cannon's classic quintet performing some longer, more serious works with orchestral backing – and the sound is vaguely similar to some of Axelrod's "high concept" work for :// 1 In A Sentimental Mood (Duke Ellington) 2 Take The Coltrane (Duke Ellington) 3 Big Nick (John Coltrane) 4 Stevie (Duke Ellington) Side B: 1 My Little Brown Book (Billy Strayhorn) 2 Angelica (Duke Ellington) 3 The Feeling Of Jazz.

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InThe New York Times called it "one of the great Ellington albums, one of the great Hawkins albums and one of the great albums of the s."  Duke Ellington and his Washingtonians had been performing in New York, under one name or another, for about three years, but their range and ambition were just beginning to ://