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Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Jazz. Track Listing. Take the "A" Train. Billy Strayhorn. Duke Ellington. Johnny Hodges. Passion Flower. Magenta Haze. Everything Goes. William Cat Anderson. The Eighth Veil. Riff 'N Drill. Blue Abandon. Rugged Romeo. Harry Carney. The Jeep Is Jumpin'. Tip Toe Topic. Rockabye River. Pretty Woman. A Gathering in a Clearing. Hey Baby. Suddenly It Jumped.
Come Rain or Come Shine. Fickle Fling. One O'Clock Jump. Count Basie. Unbooted Character. The Suburbanite. Back Home Again In Indiana. James F. Moon Mist. Mercer Ellington. In a Jam. On the Alamo. Tea for Two. Just You, Just Me. Double Ruff. A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing. The Mooche. Ellington performed what is considered his final full concert in a ballroom at Northern Illinois University on March 20, Ellington married his high school sweetheart, Edna Thompson d.
Ellington was joined in New York City by his wife and son in the late twenties, but the couple soon permanently separated. In he left his family his son was 19 and moved in with Beatrice "Evie" Ellis, a Cotton Club employee.
Their relationship, though stormy, continued after Ellington met and formed a relationship with Fernanda de Castro Monte in the early s. Ellington supported both women for the rest of his life. Ellington's sister Ruth — later ran Tempo Music, his Passion Flower - Duke Ellington - The Best Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra (Reel-To-Reel) publishing company. Ruth's second husband was the bass-baritone McHenry Boatwrightwhom she met when he sang at her brother's funeral. Ellington died on May 24,of complications from lung cancer and pneumonia a few weeks after his 75th birthday.
At his funeral, attended by over 12, people at the Cathedral of St. John the DivineElla Fitzgerald summed up the occasion: "It's a very sad day. A genius has passed. In Ellington's birthplace, Washington, D.
Another school is P. Ellington's residence at Sherman Avenue, NW, during the years —,  is marked by a bronze plaque. Passion Flower - Duke Ellington - The Best Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra (Reel-To-Reel) program honoring the District and the U. In a United States commemorative stamp was issued featuring Ellington's likeness.
Ellington lived out his final years in Manhattan, in a townhouse at Riverside Drive near West th Street. His sister Ruth, who managed his publishing company, also lived there, and his son Mercer lived next door. According to UCLA magazine:. On the day of the concert, Ellington accidentally mixed up the venues and drove to USC instead.
He eventually arrived at the UCLA campus and, to apologize for his tardiness, played to the packed crowd for more than four hours. And so, "Sir Duke" and his group played the first-ever jazz performance in a concert venue.
The Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition and Festival is a nationally renowned annual competition for prestigious high school bands. Started in at Jazz at Lincoln Centerthe festival is named after Ellington because of the large focus that the festival places on his works.
After Duke died, his son Mercer took over leadership of the orchestra, continuing until his own death in Like the Count Basie Orchestrathis "ghost band" continued to release albums for many years. Mercer Ellington had been handling all administrative aspects of his father's business for several decades. Mercer's children continue a connection with their grandfather's work.
Ellington composed incessantly to the very last days of his life. Music was indeed his mistress; it was his total life and his commitment to it was incomparable and unalterable. In jazz he was a giant among giants. And in twentieth century music, he may yet one day be recognized as one of the half-dozen greatest masters of our time.
Martin Williams said: "Duke Ellington lived long enough to hear himself named among our best composers. And since his death init has become not at all uncommon to see him named, along with Charles Ivesas the greatest composer we have produced, regardless of category. In the opinion of Bob Blumenthal of The Boston Globe in "[i]n the century since his birth, there has been no greater composer, American or otherwise, than Edward Kennedy Ellington.
His compositions have been revisited by artists and musicians around the world both as a source of inspiration and a bedrock of their own performing careers. There are hundreds of albums dedicated to the music of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn by artists famous and obscure.
Sophisticated Ladiesan award-winning musical revue, incorporated many tunes from Ellington's repertoire. A second Broadway musical interpolating Ellington's music, Play On! Ellington earned 14 Passion Flower - Duke Ellington - The Best Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra (Reel-To-Reel) awards from tothree of which were posthumous and a total of 24 nominations. Recordings of Duke Ellington were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Famewhich is a special Grammy award established in to honor recordings that are at least 25 years old, and that have qualitative or historical significance.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American jazz musician, composer and band leader. Bandleader Musician Composer. Play media. This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Main article: Duke Ellington discography. Retrieved January 26, He claimed there were only two types of music, 'good' and 'bad' And he embraced a phrase coined by his colleague Billy Strayhorn — 'beyond category' — as a liberating principle.
The Pulitzer Prizes. Retrieved December 3, With reprint of short biography and list of works selected. University of Chicago Press. Current Biography.
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University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill. Archived from the original on June 22, Archived from the original on July 7, Retrieved December 31, The Encyclopedia of New York. New Haven: Yale University Press. Theory Jazz. Archived from the original on September 3, The American Musical Landscape. Berkeley: University of California Press. The Daily Telegraph. December 26, Retrieved December 14, Stars and Stripes, Passion Flower - Duke Ellington - The Best Of Duke Ellington And His Famous Orchestra (Reel-To-Reel).
August 20, Da Capo Press. Detroit Free Press. Archived from the original on February 12, Retrieved February 23, Giddins says that Ellington was denied the Music Pulitzer because the jury commended him for his body of work rather than for a particular composition, but his posthumous Pulitzer was granted precisely for that life-long body of work.
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