4 edition of Duke Ellington found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-328), discography (p. 329-347), and index.
|Series||Studies in jazz ;, no. 26|
|LC Classifications||ML410.E44 L33 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||98036431|
Early life and career Ellington grew up in a secure middle-class family in Washington, D. Both his parents were pianists. He was the leader of a band of five other musicians, which eventually grew into a piece ensemble. Unfortunately, starting a regular pattern, Ellington's longer works were generally not well received. In the late twenties, Edna followed Ellington to New York, but the couple soon separated.
In Duke Ellington recorded an album with Frank Sinatra. He was the leader of a band of five other musicians, which eventually grew into a piece ensemble. He triumphed on both counts. When he was seven, Ellington began learning to play the piano.
He triumphed on both counts. Black, Brown and Beige debuted at Carnegie Hall on January 23,beginning an annual series of Ellington concerts at the venue over the next four years. His hope that television would provide a significant new outlet for his type of jazz was not fulfilled. So he called me Duke.
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Over 12, people attended his funeral. By his orchestra consisted of six brass instruments, four reeds, and a four-man rhythm section. Mills often took a co-composer credit. Ellington missed a lot of piano lessons and did not think he was very good at it.
James Lincoln Collier fills this gap with his definitive critical biography of both the man and his music. Have children identify the different instruments they see. A complex, private person, he revealed his feelings to only his closest intimates and Duke Ellington book used his public persona to deflect attention away from himself.
Ellington sought out musicians with unique playing styles, such as Bubber Miley, who used a plunger to make the "wa-wa" sound, and Joe Nanton, who gave the world Duke Ellington book trombone "growl.
Duke Ellington book children have practiced some of their own original compositions, invite other classes to come in as children present a classroom jazz concert.
Ellington was also inspired by his first encounters with stride pianists James P. Ivie Anderson left in for health reasons after eleven years: the longest term of any of Ellington's vocalists. People went and bought his records by the thousands. Pinkney's husband, Brian, has illustrated many of his wife's books, as well as authored several on his own.
Although he always spent lavishly and drew a respectable income Duke Ellington book the Orchestra's operations, the band's income often just covered expenses. When he died of pneumonia after a diagnosis of lung cancer, inhe owed the I. Ellington played piano, but his real instrument was the orchestra.
His last words were, "Music is how I live, why I live and how I will be remembered. Langham has used it for several subsequent productions, including a much later adaptation by Stanley Silverman which expands the score with some of Ellington's best-known works.
His first job was selling peanuts at Washington Senators baseball games. The young band met stride pianist Willie "The Lion" Smithwho introduced them to the scene and gave them some money.
Ellington wrote an original score for director Michael Langham 's production of Shakespeare's Timon of Athens at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada which opened on July 29, Charles Ives is perhaps his only rival for the title of the greatest American composer.Dancers at the Cotton Club, for example, seem to fly off the page, colors trailing from their feet.
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