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Duke Ellington's Jazz Violin Session is an album by American pianist, composer and bandleader Duke Ellington recorded in 1963 but not released on the Atlantic label until 1976. The album features members of Ellington's orchestra performing with Stephane Grappelli and Svend Asmussen. Trumpeter Ray Nance, who was also featured in the Ellington Orchestra as a singer and a violinist, plays violin throughout the session alongside Grappelli.
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In jazz, the horns – the saxophones and trumpets – have traditionally been the music’s glamour instruments and its main focus. But the piano has played an important role in the development of the genre, both as a spotlighted solo instrument and due to its role in the rhythm section, and the world’s best jazz pianists have elevated it to a crucial element of any jazz ensemble . His propulsive, dynamic style, with its dazzling finger-work, exerted a profound influence on both Duke Ellington’s and George Gershwin’s approach to the piano.
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Here are the 25 best jazz albums of all time described for yo. The jazz albums listed below are among the greatest ever recorded. Mostly selected from the golden "modern" jazz music era of 1940's to the 1970's, these recordings captured the great passion and emotion that these musicians spent a lifetime developing. Kind Of Blue - Miles Davis While it is one of the top selling jazz albums of all time, many consider this to be THE best jazz album of all time. This may be because this unrehearsed recording session from 1959 marks a great turning point in jazz history as well as showcasing the top form of some legendary musicians. This album also marked a departure from the traditional bebop style with songs that are simple melodies over simple chord progressions leaving room for the deep improvisational exploration. What a treat it is to listen to time and time again.
In late 1917, Duke formed his first group: The Duke’s Serenaders. Between 1918 and 1919, Duke made three significant steps towards independence. First, he moved out of his parents’ home and into a home he bought for himself. Second, Duke became his own booking agent for his band. By doing so, Ellington’s band was able to play throughout the Washington area and into Virginia for private society balls and embassy parties. Finally, Duke married Edna Thompson and on March 11, 1919, Mercer Kennedy Ellington was born. In 1923, Duke left the security that Washington offered him and moved to New York.
|A1||Take The A Train|
|A2||C Jam Blues|
|A3||On The Sunny Side Of The Steet|
|A5||I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good|
|B2||I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart & Don't Get Around Much Anymore|
|B4||Rockin' In Rhythm|
- Bass – Gilbert Rovère
- Drums – Sam Woodyard
- Piano – Duke Ellington
- Saxophone [Alto] – Johnny Hodges
- Saxophone [Baritone] – Harry Carney
- Saxophone [Tenore] – Paul Gonzalves*
- Trombone – Lawrence Brown
- Trumpet – Rolph Ericson*
NotesRecorded March 1964
Featuring: Johnny Hodges Lawrence Brown Harry Carney Sam Woodyard
Special edition for The Duke Ellington's Collector Society
|CAR 430||Duke Ellington And His Jazz Group||The Jazz Group (LP)||Caracol||CAR 430||Unknown|
|30 JA 5145, JA 5145||Duke Ellington's Jazz Group*||1963 (LP)||Musidisc, Musidisc||30 JA 5145, JA 5145||France||1975|