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Thelonious Monk Plays Duke Ellington is an album by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk that was released by Riverside in 1956. It was also released under the title Thelonious Monk Plays the Music of Duke Ellington. The album contains Monk's versions of songs by Duke Ellington. The album was reissued by Riverside on March 27, 2007, in the United States and on April 16, 2007, in the United Kingdom.
The album was rereleased with additional tracks on CD as Piano Reflections in 1989.
Ellington was an outstanding composer. He wrote thousands of works, composing popular songs, art songs, a wide variety of instrumentals, suites, symphonic works, movie and TV scores, and music for ballet – all of a very high quality. Whoever plays "Ellingtonia" must adhere to these standards. Many significant bands have attempted to copy his style. For Jazz, Ellington was the first orchestra leader to substitute voices for instruments, he popularized the Baritone Sax when he engaged Harry Carney, he influenced countless bands and dance orchestras. Beginning with his "Jungle Band" to his "Famous Orchestra" which appeared at Carnegie Hall numerous times and even introduced several Jazz suite that Duke had composed, Ellington his the most successful and important orchestra leader in Jazz history.
2018 A Special Selection of Original Songs. Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington. The Definitive Collection. 2018 Remastered 2018. Duke Ellington Plays Jazz Standards.
It kicks off with Ellington and his Kentucky Club Orchestra playing the infectious "East St. Louis Toodle-Oo"-later covered by Steely Dan with a wah-wah guitar standing in for "Tricky Sam" Nanton's signature plungered trombone.
Duke Ellington plays Chaikowsky "The Nutcracker" Sugar Rum Cherry 1960. Thelonious Monk - Plays the Music of Duke Ellington (1955) Caravan. Thelonious Monk Caravan. Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis - Album: "Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington" (2004), Genre: Modern Big Band, "Rhapsody in Blue". Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis - Album: "Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington" (2004), Genre: Modern Big Band, "Jump for Joy".
More albums from Duke Ellington: Black Brown And Beige (A Duke Ellington Tone Parallel To The American Negro) by Duke Ellington. Duke Ellington Present. y Duke Ellington. Cotton Club-1938, Volume Two, Three Blind Mice by Duke Ellington. Ultra De Luxe by Duke Ellington. The Popular Duke Ellington by Duke Ellington. Francis A. & Edward K. by Duke Ellington. Harlem, New World A’Coming, The Golden Broom And The Green Apple by Duke Ellington. Ella At Duke’s Place by Duke Ellington. View all albums . Duke Ellington Plays. By: Duke Ellington (1956, Jazz)
The Duke Ellington Orchestra was struggling to stay together, and Ellington’s profile had fallen considerably due to what many considered to be an outmoded style. Swing and the big band era fell out after World War II; many were turning to the rising Sinatra and the era of jazz crooners. Ellington was having a hard time booking gigs, as a struggling economy was turning to smaller combo bands.
This is the discography of Duke Ellington. Most of these recordings are listed by the year they were recorded rather than year released. Reissues are listed for most of the recordings released before the 1950s, as the original 78s are rare.
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|429 020 BE||Duke Ellington||Duke Ellington Plays Duke Ellington (7", EP)||Philips||429 020 BE||Italy||Unknown|
|429 020 BE, BBE 12029||Duke Ellington||Duke Ellington Plays Duke Ellington (Vocal By Ivy Anderson (7", EP)||Philips, Philips||429 020 BE, BBE 12029||Denmark||Unknown|