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Come Sunday (Instrumental) - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellingtons Concert Of Sacred Music (Vinyl, LP)

02.10.2012 / / Rock

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  1. Personnel 3 3 ThirdSacredConcert The Third Sacred Concert was built around the skills ofAliceBabs,HarryCarney,andEllingtonhimselfon thepiano.
  2. Dec 08,  · For the Sacred Concerts, Ellington reshaped his standard ”Come Sunday,” and he wrote extended episodes for the band; he also made statements – as did much of ’s jazz -about freedom. The first concert premiered on September 16, , and was recorded by KQED, a .
  3. Not up to the level of Ellington's 2nd Sacred Music Concert (which also benefits from the addition of Swedish soprano Alice Babs), this recording of the 1st Sacred Music Concert may be the best that's currently available on CD. At least it's by Ellington's own band and the "tonal personalities" for whom Duke wrote the work.5/5(6).
  4. Tying together elements of jazz, blues, choral and classical music with African-American spirituals and gospel, Duke Ellington’s Sacred Music crossed the lines dividing secular and religious musical genres, while punctuating the ever-expanding role of jazz in America and throughout the world.
  5. Duke Ellington's Concert of Sacred Music. RCA: GU. Buy download online. Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Brock Peters (soloist), Esther Marrow (vocal), Duke Ellington (piano), Bunny Briggs (dancer), The Herman McCoy Choir.
  6. “If jazz means anything, it is freedom of expression.” -Duke Ellington. No one in the history of jazz expressed himself more freely; or with more variety, swing, and sophistication than Duke Ellington did. While a masterful and sensitive pianist, Ellington ultimately proved that his true instrument was the American Orchestra itself.
  7. This year’s production of Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert will be held at pm, Saturday, December 17, at Town Hall. The full Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra (SRJO), with 17 instrumentalists, and the voice choir of Northwest Chamber Chorus will be embellished by two masterful soloists, Nichol Veneé Eskridge and Dr. Stephen Newby, as.
  8. This concert’s pairing of “Come Sunday”and “David Danced Before the Lord”places together the two pieces that bookended the original Sacred Concert. “Come Sunday” was the central theme of Ellington’s Black, Brown, & Beige(), an extended concert suite premiered at Carnegie Hall.

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