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Duke Ellington was an amazing musician Ellington was a well


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Jazz great Duke Ellington at the piano- playing one of his songs for jazz band on the piano! So much fun!!

As Relevant as Ever: the Music of Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington: The Composer, Pt. 1

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Duke Ellington and Ray Brown in the Pablo Records studio recording "This One's for Blanton

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African-American composer, pianist, bandleader and Jazz musician Duke Ellington and Lemuel Wells

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Duke Ellington Center For The Arts (DECFA) To Celebrate The Maestro's 119th Birthday With A Free Musical Tribute Concert

Duke Ellington 1899 - 1974 He was a composer, pianist and big band leader.

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Duke Ellington - Caravan (with Ella Fitzgerald)

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Vincent York (in the back row) performing in Japan in 1976 with The Duke Ellington Orchestra directed by Mercer Ellington.

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Duke Ellington plays his piano 50 years after he bought it in the 1920s.Getty Images

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Duke Ellington & His Orchestra. Duke Ellington's musical works are seemingly well ...

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Ellington in 1973

Duke Ellington, 'The Bandleader,' Pt. 2

Percy Grainger and Duke Ellington, 1935

Duke Ellington band member Paul Gonsalves, a tenor saxophone player, brings out the bass sax for a concert in Portland, Ore., circa 1954.


Musicians from the 1920's and 1930's

Duke Ellington - forever a musical legend dapper (photo by David Redfern)

'No Man Swings More or Stands Higher Than the Duke' - The Objective Standard

Duke Ellington: Master of the American Musical Idiom

Duke Ellington: Highlights Of His Twilight


Duke Ellington | Vnylst would like to wish composer, pianist, and big-band

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He became so successful as a nightclub performer, as a songwriter, as a personality, that his serious musical efforts never got the attention they deserved.

Duke Ellington "Le bal masqué", 1957 Probably Marc Riboud (c) Columbia

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“We look to the future for the American composer, not, indeed, to the Horatio Parkers and Edward MacDowells of the present, who are taking over a foreign ...


"He could very well be the Duke Ellington of our times" (Miles Davies

Duke Ellington Composer, musician, bandleader (April 29, 1899 - May 24, ...

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Duke Ellington (seated) and members of his famous Ellington Orchestra.

Joe Pass - Portraits of Duke Ellington (1974).

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Keith Bianchini plays a solo in front of the rest of the Jazz Band during the song "Caravan". -Staff Photo/Justin Decker

Studio album by Duke Ellington with Charles Mingus and Max Roach

Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington: It Don't Mean A Thing (1965) | The Kid Should See This

Duke Ellington's popularity was growing 80 years ago .... Although the Depression hit every American citizen and a lot of (dance) band leaders had to ...

Black and white photo of Ellington at piano. Ellington turns slightly to face camera,

Tenor saxophonist Paul Gonsalves with Duke Ellington

Paul Gonsalves (1920-1974)

Quite the charmer: Duke Ellington with one of his admirers

A concert presentation by Music Theater Works at Evanston's Nichols Concert Hall, the two-hour tribute is staged by artistic director Rudy Hogenmiller as a ...

Jump For Joy: Duke Ellington's Celebratory Musical | Night Lights Classic Jazz - WFIU Public Radio

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Django Reinhardt, 1938 Levin Guitar, Duke Ellington, Fred Guy

Duke Ellington & John Coltrane (PWR 27366)

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Duke Ellington & His World Famous Orchestra (1946-1947) ...

Biography and photos of African American musician Duke Ellington

Tony Bennett at podium, speaking at the National Portrait Gallery. In honor of the 110th birthday of Duke Ellington ...

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The achievements of Duke Ellington (1899-1974) are staggering. The pianist led the greatest of all jazz orchestras, in the opinion of many, without a break ...

Gjon Mili (1904-1984), [Duke Ellington at piano, Dizzy Gillespie (to the left of Ellington) on trumpet, and musicians during a jam session in studio of Life ...

Duke Ellington: Jump for Joy

... Ellington/Strayhorn ballads such as “Chelsea Bridge”, “Happy Reunion”, and “In a Sentimental Mood”, as well as standards like “Star Dust”, ...

Conny Plank's son tells Duke Ellington's grandson how he found and saved an unreleased recording made by their legendary musical ancestors in 1970.

From the Club to the Cathedral: Revisiting Duke Ellington's Controversial 'Sacred Concert'

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Duke Ellington's music and race in America.

Saatchi Art Artist Vladimir I; Painting, “Portrait of Duke Ellington” #art ...

Jimmy Chamberlin, who originally trained as a jazz drummer, cites jazz musicians Benny Goodman · Jimmy ChamberlinThe Smashing PumpkinsDuke EllingtonJazz ...

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Jazz at 100 Hour 31: My Brainwaves in His Head, and His in Mine - Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn - WTJU

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A rare batch of small group studio sessions recorded by Duke Ellington between 1956 and 1958. Included are the eight amazing quartet tracks with Paul ...


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Willie Ruff shows off photographs of the jazz luminaries he invited to the inaugural Duke Ellington Fellowship concert in 1972. (Photo by Michael Marsland)

The cover of Duke Ellington's 1956 album, recorded live at the Newport Jazz Festival