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The Bradley Jazz Ensemble - A Tribute To Duke Ellington album download

Performer: The Bradley Jazz Ensemble
Title: A Tribute To Duke Ellington
Released: 1999
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Genre: Jazz

The Bradley Jazz Ensemble - A Tribute To Duke Ellington album download


4/22/15 Arranged by Max Mulready Conducted by Dr. Ted McDaniel Music by Duke Ellington, Juan Tizol, Billy Strayhorn.

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Tribute to Duke Ellington is a big band jazz album recorded in New York in 1999 and is the seventh recording released by the Toshiko Akiyoshi Jazz Orchestra featuring Lew Tabackin. The first three tracks make up the "Tribute To Duke Ellington Suite" which was composed by Akiyoshi and commissioned by the Monterey Jazz Festival. All orchestrations by Toshiko Akiyoshi: "Celebration of Duke's Birth" (Akiyoshi) – 9:43. Eulogy" (Akiyoshi) – 10:56. Duke for the Ages" (Akiyoshi) – 10:25.

Impulsively Ellington is a thoroughly stimulating compilation of Impulse artists covering the greatest composer in jazz history. Ellington may have written countless songs that became standards, but he never played it easy (unlike so many covers of his best material). That's why this adventurous collection works.

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A Tribute to Duke is a 1977 studio album by various artists, recorded in homage to bandleader and composer Duke Ellington. Studio album by. Various artists. The instrumental "Main Stem" is a rollicking number that sadly fades out after five minutes.

Band Concert Band Jazz Ensemble Marching Band Orchestra Choral School Choral Sacred Choral. The eternal Ellington, the man with the endless capacity for creating, as a composer, conductor, arranger, jazz artist, as well as concert artist - he is a legend. Larry Kerchner spins a web of nostalgia as he stylistically recreates the musical memories. Don't Get Around Much Anymore. Duke Ellington (composer); Bob Russell (lyricist). In a Sentimental Mood (Vocal Version). Duke Ellington (composer); Irving Mills (lyricist); Manny Kurtz (lyricist). Duke Ellington (contributor); Luther L. Henderson, Jr. (contributor). Ellington - A Tribute to the Duke.

Duke Ellington celebrated his 70th birthday on April 29, 1969 as a guest of President Richard Nixon at the White House. In addition to receiving the distinguished Medal of Freedom, Ellington witnessed an all-star tribute concert featuring many of the day’s great jazz musicians in their prime, which until now, was lost. Recently a cassette belonging to then White House advisor Leonard Garmet found its way to Blue Note Records and the label enlisted Malcolm Addley and the National Archives to digitally remaster the cassette recording

Free download and listen Ellingtonia: A Tribute to Duke Ellington. Tracks count: 9. Views: 14. Hilario Duran, Hugh Ragin - Lust Life 06:07. Hugh Ragin, Dave Turner - Wisdom and Overstanding 05:38.

Tracklist

1 Take The A Train
2 Cottontail
3 The Mooche
4 Rockabye River
5 Rockin' In Rhythm
6 Oclupaca
7 Frustration
8 Perdido
9 Boy Meets Horn
10 Caravan

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Dingeldine Music Center

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Alto 1] – Betsy Perry
  • Alto Saxophone [Alto 2] – Stevi Smith
  • Baritone Saxophone [Bari] – Anthony Abbinanti
  • Bass – Corrine Argol, Keith Zimmerman
  • Directed By – Dr. Todd Kelly*
  • Drums – Jarrett Harris, Scott Lupien
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Brian Cicirello
  • Guitar – Matt Dicke
  • Piano – Gretchen Wagener
  • Producer, Recorded By – Kenneth Burton
  • Tenor Saxophone [Tenor 1] – Kristy Papak
  • Tenor Saxophone [Tenor 2] – Katrina Shipley
  • Trombone – Chris Gingerich, Colin Shea, Jeff Wolffe, Patrick Liddell
  • Trumpet – Caroline Swanson , Debra Ehrlich, Eric Lofgren, Kyle Wilken, Shawna Von Behren

Notes

Recorded Live December 3, 1999, Dingeldine Music Center, Bradley University.