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  1. Album Duke Ellington - New Orleans Suite | Blues For New Orleans,Bourbon Street Jingle Jolles,Portrait Of Louis Armstrong,Thanks For The Beautiful Land On The Delta,Portrait Of Wellman Braud,Second Line,Portrait Of Sidney Bechet,Aristocracy A .
  2. This late-period Duke Ellington album is perhaps most notable for including altoist Johnny Hodges' final recordings. In fact, Hodges was supposed to record his first soprano solo in nearly 30 years on "Portrait of Sidney Bechet," but he passed away before the second fibawnekekocivanmorebattlure.xyzinfo: $
  3. Nov 22,  · Duke Ellington; Album Blues for New Orleans; Writers 9 videos Play all Duke Ellington – New Orleans Suite Adonai Flores; Portrait of Wellman Braud - Duration:
  4. 'New Orleans Suite' released in is a superb example of late period orchestrated big band Ellington. Beset as he was with the death of valued band mates such as Billy Strayhorn and Johnny Hodges and the natural deprecations of old age, Ellington was still able to produce the sort of memorable, fresh and wholly involving music we get here/5(31).
  5. Duke Ellington Mingus & Max Roach Money Jungle g Blue Colored Vinyl LP $ New Plays the Music of Duke Ellington by Thelonious Monk (Vinyl, Oct, Wax Time).
  6. ‎Album · · 9 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. New Orleans Suite Duke Ellington Jazz ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Second Line 7 Portrait of Sidney Bechet 8 Aristocracy a la Jean Lafitte 9.
  7. Yet this is also one reason for the album’s stunning artistic achievement. Ellington used the new medium in daring fashion. Rather than pack the extra space with more songs (an LP spinning at
  8. From New Orleans Suite. By Duke Ellington. Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score & Parts. Take a stroll through the French Quarter with this hard swinging clarinet feature. Dueling trombones and a brief trumpet solo round out one of Duke's most engaging pieces!

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