Ella Fitzgerald

NOUN
  1. United States scat singer (1917-1996)
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How To Use Ella Fitzgerald In A Sentence

  • Jazz legend, Ella Fitzgerald, once sang in this bar.
  • For an arrangement of "Déjà Vu," she suggested that Beyoncé listen to Ella Fitzgerald's recording of "How High the Moon," on which Ms. Fitzgerald scats "Ornithology," a theme made famous by Parker and based on "How High the Moon". Birdwatching in Manhattan
  • scatted" grandma's ashes? like ella fitzgerald? strange rituals, these hawai'ians. Election Central Morning Roundup
  • He put a stack of Ella Fitzgerald records on the hifi and settled on the couch with Sharon.
  • Ella Fitzgerald regularly collaborated with some of the greatest musicians in jazz.
  • Jazz singers seemed to love Donaldson's songs more than anybody—Billie Holiday asked "Did I Remember?" and Ella Fitzgerald even sang "You're Driving Me Crazy" in German "Ich fuhle mich crazy". The Jazz Scene: Pay Attention to the Words
  • Feed in Eminem and Ella Fitzgerald, out comes Nellie McKay, presumably. Pandora’s Rocks
  • When the musicians -- Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, Buddy Rich, Lester Young -- arrived, Granz watched as some white Texans objected to sitting alongside black Texans.
  • Jazz legend, Ella Fitzgerald, once sang in this bar.
  • I trawled through bookshops, I searched for the perfect cup of coffee, I bought records by Ella Fitzgerald from the second hand record shop on the way to the Grafton Centre.
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