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Duke Ellington [sound recording] : Masterpieces, 1926-1949.

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  • 2 of 2 copies available at Bibliomation. (Show)
  • 2 of 2 copies available at Kent Memorial Library - Suffield.
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Kent Memorial Library - Suffield CD BIG BAND ELLINGTON (Text to phone) 32518096433480 Adult CD Available -
Kent Memorial Library - Suffield CD BIG BAND ELLINGTON (Text to phone) 32518096433506 Adult CD Available -

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General Note:
Proper: P 1597--P1600 (on outer container: Properbox 25).
Jazz; most works by Duke Ellington.
Compact discs.
Previously released as analog discs on various labels.
Biographical and program notes by Joop Visser, including discographic data (51 p. : ill.) included.
Formatted Contents Note:
CD-1: Mood indigo. East St. Louis toodle-oo -- Birmingham breakdown -- Black and tan fantasy -- Black beauty -- The mooche -- Awful sad -- The blues with a feelin' -- Misty mornin' -- Flaming youth -- Hot feet -- Double check stomp -- Ring dem bells -- Old man blues -- Mood indigo -- Rockin' in rhythm -- Echoes of the jungle -- The mystery song -- It don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing) -- Lazy rhapsody -- Creole love call -- Blue ramble -- Ducky wucky --
Eerie moan -- Sophisticated lady.-- CD-2: In a sentimental mood. Slippery horn -- Drop me off at Harlem -- Daybreak express -- Delta serenade -- Stompy Jones -- Solitude -- Blue feeling -- Saddest tale -- Moonglow -- In a sentimental mood -- Showboat shuffle -- Reminiscing in tempo, pts. 1-4 -- Clarinet lament (Barney's concerto) -- Echoes of Harlem (Cootie's concerto) -- Black butterfly -- Caravan -- Azure --Diminuendo in blue -- Crescendo in blue -- Steppin' into swing
society -- Lost in meditation.
CD-3: Ko-ko. I let a song go out of my heart -- Rose of the Rio Grande -- Pyramid -- Prelude to a kiss -- Blue light (Transbluency) -- Boy meets horn -- Slap happy -- Serenade to Sweden -- The sergeant was shy -- Jack the bear -- Ko-ko -- Congo brava -- Concerto for Cootie -- Cottontail -- Never no lament -- Dusk -- Bojangles (A portrait of Bill Robinson) -- A portrait of Bert Williams -- Harlem air-shaft -- All too soon -- Sepia panorama -- In a mellotone -- Warm valley
-- Across the track blues.-- CD-4: Take tge A-train. Pussy willow -- The sidewalks of New York -- Take the "A" train -- Blue serge -- Just a-settin' and a-rockin' -- I got it bad (and that ain't good) -- Clementine -- Jump for joy -- Chelsea Bridge -- Raincheck -- Perdido -- The "C" jam blues -- Moon mist -- What am I here for? -- Main stem -- Johnny come lately -- I'm beginning to see the light -- Transbluency -- Lady of the lavender mist -- Sultry seremade -- Air
conditioned jungle -- The clothed woman -- Snibor.
Participant or Performer Note:
Duke Ellington, piano, with his orchestra, and various other orchestras and ensembles (Kentucky Club Orchestra, Washingtonians, Cotton Club Orchestra, Jungle Band, Harlem Footwarmers).
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded between Nov. 29, 1926 and Dec. 30, 1947.
Subject: Jazz > 1921-1930.
Jazz > 1931-1940.
Jazz > 1941-1950.

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