8 thoughts on “ Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington - The 1953 Pasadena Concert (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. duke ellington sophisticated lady / solitude (copie d'enregistrements du et - hors commerce) F. F. E. (fratelli fabbri editori) - ITALY -
  2. EP: 2: Duke Ellington And His Orch. Duke Ellington Spotlite A1: V.I.P.'s Boogie A2: Jam With Sam B1: Hy' A Sue B2: The Hawk Talks: Columbia USA: B / EP: 0: Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra A1: Mood Indigo A2: Caravan B1: Solitude B2: Sophisticated Lady: Columbia USA: B EP: 1: Duke Ellington And His.
  3. Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies. Ruth Page Center For Arts N. Dearborn Pkwy Chicago. A celebration of the artist many consider "the most important composer in the history of jazz," this stylish salute to "The Duke" will transport audiences on a high-stepping, dynamic journey through the life and times of one of America's greatest showmen.
  4. Find album release information for The Pasadena Concert - Duke Ellington on AllMusic. Sophisticated Stately Elegant Literate Smooth Warm Carefree Cheerful Stylish Amiable/Good-Natured Refined Joyous. LP: The Pasadena Concert: ZYX Music 8/
  5. A CD reissue of a March 30, , concert at Pasadena's Civic Auditorium (presented by Crescendo Records founder Gene Norman), this disc captures the pioneering bandleader Duke Ellington toward the start of a career refocusing that would climax in the legendary performance at the Newport Jazz Festival, the performance that forever established Ellington as both the grand old man of jazz.
  6. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra recorded multiple albums worth of material for this World Broadcasting Series between and The songs on this compilation include the best of two volumes which were originally released by Circle Records in All of the material was recorded on November 8 .
  7. January 23, Duke performed a concert at Carnegie Hall in New York City. That event showed the world that Duke Ellington was an accomplished composer, a symphonic master whose music had come to be regarded as beyond category. The roots of jazz encompass several types of music, including blues, ragtime, folk music, and marches.
  8. Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington (April 29, – May 24, ) was an American composer, pianist, and leader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from until his death over a career spanning more than six decades.. Born in Washington, D.C., Ellington was based in New York City from the mids onward and gained a national profile through his orchestra's appearances at the Cotton Club in.

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