Duke Ellington

NOUN
  1. United States jazz composer and piano player and bandleader (1899-1974)
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How To Use Duke Ellington In A Sentence

  • Big-band music, especially Duke Ellington, and both traditional and modern jazz also appealed to the teenager.
  • Duke Ellington is considered one of the greatest composers and band leaders of the 20th century.
  • Although advertised as a Count Basie celebration, both sets on opening night featured a lot of Duke Ellington, thus providing a perfect lead-in to Jazz at Lincoln Center's climactic Essentially Ellington concert this Saturday which will be webcast live, at which three prize-winning high school big bands will put up their Dukes alongside JaLC majordomo Wynton Marsalis. Refining Classic Sounds
  • Duke Ellington was a great artist and an elegant, articulate man.
  • Big-band music, especially Duke Ellington, and both traditional and modern jazz also appealed to the teenager.
  • A biting wind and swirling snow kept attendance low and meant that the absentees missed an evening of sparkling music from the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
  • In any event, Prof. Lindgren passed along this link to more on Ella's recordings of the Duke Ellington and Cole Porter songbooks.
  • The man Duke Ellington called the maharaja of the piano. Jazz Piano Master Oscar Peterson Dies
  • Their concert, which Giordano leads as bassist, tubaist and bass saxophonist, is peppered with names such as Duke Ellington, Benny Top Stories from LiveDaily.com
  • Two centenaries, Duke Ellington's and Francis Poulenc's, are getting plenty of attention, in some spectacular spaces. Noteworthy
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