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8 Comments on " Harlem - Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Harlem (CD, Album) "

  • The main item is the extended "tone poem" "Harlem" (14min) that Ellington explains features the sounds of Harlem on a Sunday morning. It works! Otherwise standard fare for the period, some old friends: Satin Doll, Caravan, Things Ain't etc plus appearances of less frequently played tunes e.g. "Happy Reunion"/5(2).
  • Jan 29,  · Performer(s): «Duke Ellington Orchestra» «Echoes Of Harlem» Audio: Very Hq - CD Quality Sound -- MP3 Kbps Album: « Cootie Williams» by «Duke Ellington Orchestra .
  • Harlem is a symphonic jazz composition by the American composer Duke Ellington.. Originally commissioned by Arturo Toscanini in as part of a larger New York City–inspired orchestral suite, Toscanini never conducted it. Ellington himself first recorded it on 7 December (as "A Tone Parallel to Harlem (Harlem Suite)" for his Ellington Uptown album), and it had been given its live.
  • Taken from a concert in Stockholm, Sweden, this well-recorded CD mostly features trumpeters Cootie Williamsand Cat Anderson, tenor-saxophonist Paul Gonsalvesand altoist Johnny Hodgesas the main soloists in a set with Duke Ellington's orchestra.
  • Apr 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "Harlem River Quiver" Duke Ellington And His Orchestra YouTube Andor's Jazzband plays 'Creole Love Call' - Duration: ulivids - .
  • Duke Ellington & His Orchestra / Duke Ellington - Ellington Uptown music CD album at CD Universe, Ellington presented stunning, extended works of recent vintage.
  • No one part is greater than the whole. Everyone gets his chance to shine. I have listened to a lot of Duke Ellington's music, but after giving Harlem well-deserved attention, I am developing a deeper appreciation for the enjoyment this American ambassador brought to people throughout the world for so many years/5(2).
  • Aug 24,  · A great jazz record! “Harlem Air Shaft” on RCA Victor , recorded on July 22, Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra: Rex Stewart, c; Wallace Jones, Cootie Williams, t; .