Duke Ellington And His Orchestra - Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 mp3 album
The Ellington orchestra was undergoing some personnel (and personality) changes during this era, none of it unexciting.
The Carnegie Hall Concerts: December 1944 is a live album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded at Carnegie Hall, in New York City in 1944 and released on the Prestige label in 1977.
By Duke Ellington, Mercer Ellington, Billy Strayhorn. PLAY ALL. The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December 1944. Released by Universal Music Group Dec 2006 20 Tracks. By Duke Ellington, Mercer Ellington, Billy Strayhorn. This album is composed by Duke Ellington. The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December 1944 Album has 20 songs sung by Duke Ellington. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts, December 1944 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
This remastered live album from Duke Ellington and his orchestra was recorded at Carnegie Hall in December 1944, his first appearance at the venerable concert hall. The historic concert document was only released for the first time in 1977. 48 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Jube Legends Studio Masters. This title is a high-resolution digital transfer of material originating from an analogue recording.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). A superb Carnegie show, not as historic as 1943, but better recorded, and a fine variety of suites (Perfume and Brown, Black and Beige) and shorter tunes. A rare recording for tenor man Al Sears. The whole band of '44 got very few opportunities to record, and here they are looser than at the famous 1943 Carnegie date. Ray Nance also aboard.
Duke Ellington – Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington was an American composer, pianist, and bandleader of a jazz orchestra, which he led from 1923 until his death in a career spanning over fifty years. Ellington was based in New York City from the mid-1920s onward, in the 1930s, his orchestra toured in Europe. Some of the musicians who were members of Ellingtons orchestra, such as saxophonist Johnny Hodges, are considered to be among the best players in jazz, Ellington melded them into the best-known orchestral unit in the history of jazz. The Carnegie Hall Concerts: December 1944 is a live album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellingto. mage: The Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944. The Carnegie Hall Concerts: January 1946.
|A3||Creole Love Call||6:34|
|A4||Suddenly It Jumped||2:51|
|A5||Pitter Panther Patter||2:59|
|A6||It Don't Mean A Thing||4:06|
|B1||Perfume Suite: Introduction||0:58|
|B2||Perfume Suite: Sonata||3:16|
|B3||Perfume Suite: Strange Feeling||5:09|
|B4||Perfume Suite: Dancers In Love||2:33|
|B5||Perfume Suite: Coloratura||3:34|
|B6||Selections From Black, Brown And Beige: Work Song||7:01|
|C1||Selections From Black, Brown And Beige: The Blues||5:28|
|C2||Selections From Black, Brown And Beige: Three Dances: West Indian Dance / Creamy Brown / Emancipation Celebration||6:31|
|C3||Selections From Black, Brown And Beige: Come Sunday||11:50|
|D1||Things Ain't What They Used To Be||5:18|
|D2||The Mood To Be Wooed||4:50|
|D5||Frankie And Johnny||8:08|
NotesRecord 1: January 1946
Record 2: Dec. 19, 1944
|68323||Duke Ellington||Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 (2xLP)||Prestige||68323||France||1977|
|2PCD-24073-2||Duke Ellington||Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 (2xCD, Album, RE)||Prestige||2PCD-24073-2||US||Unknown|
|24073||Duke Ellington||Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 (2xLP, Gat)||Prestige||24073||France||1977|
|HB 6065||Duke Ellington||Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 (2xLP, Gat)||Prestige||HB 6065||Italy||1980|
|2PCD 24073-2||Duke Ellington||The Duke Ellington Carnegie Hall Concerts December 1944 (2xCD)||Prestige||2PCD 24073-2||Europe||1991|