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Podcast reflections on the many facets of the world of Duke Ellington, sometimes referred to as “Ellingtonia.”
Reflections on the many facets of the world of Duke Ellington, sometimes referred to as “Ellingtonia.”
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Ellington playing the electric piano, Billy Strayhorn on harpsichord and the 1932 band in stereo are just some of the different items you’ll hear from the Ellington oeuvre.
Borrowing the title of a 1963 album to survey a few of Ellington’s recordings with symphony orchestras.
A look at the music of Ben Webster after his tenure with the Duke Ellington Orchestra. Continue reading
The addition of Ben Webster in 1940 permanently brought Ellington’s saxophone section to five members. But Webster’s tenor voice was to impact the band far beyond his four year tenure. Continue reading
Ellington was commissioned
by the American Ballet Theatre to write a ballet, which became “The River” in 1970.
Sun Ra, Cecil Taylor, Archie Shepp and others interpret Ellington’s music. Continue reading
Celebrating the 100th birth anniversaries of Thelonious Monk and Dizzy Gillespie through their connections with Duke Ellington. Continue reading