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I Like The Sunrise - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra / Jane Froman / Percy Faith And Orchestra* - I Like The Sunrise / For Every Man Theres A Woman / What Is This Thing Called Love (Vinyl)

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  1. Togal says:
    Apr 12,  · Duke's Men: Ellington's Loyal Improvisers: A Blog Supreme Every successful big band leader featured brilliant soloists, but Duke Ellington spotlighted his men apart from the rest. Ellington.
  2. Dourn says:
    Mar 18,  · That was Duke Ellington's orchestra playing "Take the 'A' Train. " Just the first few notes of that song are enough to tell any music expert who is playing. It is like a musical sign.
  3. Kazihn says:
    Jan 23,  · (In My) Solitude Music by Duke Ellington, Words by Eddie De Lange and Irving Mills Duke Ellington and His Orchestra Recorded September 12, Brunswick (B) Freddy Jenkins, Arthur.
  4. Vudoshakar says:
    Duke Ellington: The Music, Politics, and his Story Duke Ellington was a musical and political genius; he was “America’s only original musical mind.” He was not only a performer, but a composer. He learned the craft of composing by observing others instead of disciplined study. One important.
  5. Nekora says:
    Sep 03,  · Performed by Frank Sinatra & Duke Ellington. From Album: Francis A. & Edward K. ().
  6. Balkree says:
    Duke Ellington, American pianist who was the greatest jazz composer and bandleader of his time. One of the originators of big-band jazz, Ellington led his band for more than half a century, composed thousands of scores, and created one of the most distinctive ensemble sounds in all of Western music.
  7. Akizahn says:
    Edward Kennedy “ Duke” Ellington, “ King of the Keys,“ was born on April 29, , in Washington, D.C. “ He was a smooth-talkin`, slick-steppin`, piano-playin` kid,“ writes master wordsmith Andrea Pinkney in the rhythmic, fluid, swinging prose of this excellent biography for early readers. It was ragtime music that first “ set Duke`s fingers to wiggling.
  8. Mezill says:
    It was in that the Duke recorded his last two sessions for RCA Victor, and this CD spotlights those two sessions before offering two pieces from an October 23 session for Musicraft ("Magenta Haze" and "Diminuendo in Blue") and several V-disc recordings from a November 23 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York, where Ellington's orchestra.
  9. Vosar says:
    Leading and anchoring his ever-evolving band for half a century, Ellington showed how the American Orchestra could achieve a perfect balance of music that was both shaped by the composer while also birthed on the spot by the musicians, while also creating art that swung relentlessly while also achieving the heights of emotional engagement.

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