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Duke Ellington By David Bradbury

Duke Ellington by David Bradbury

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Summary

Radio broadcasts from the Cotton Club from 1927 onwards brought national recognition to Duke Ellington and his band; recordings of his compositions - particularly Saddest Tale, Echoes of Harlem, Black and Tan Fantasy, and Mood Indigo - spread their fame internationally.

Duke Ellington Summary

Duke Ellington by David Bradbury

Radio broadcasts from the Cotton Club from 1927 onwards brought national recognition to Duke Ellington and his band; recordings of his compositions - particularly Saddest Tale, Echoes of Harlem, Black and Tan Fantasy, and Mood Indigo - spread their fame internationally.

Duke Ellington Reviews

'David Bradbury's volume authoritatively traces the Duke's history and includes ... many photographs, some unfamiliar... A very worthy addition to Ducal literature.' -- Jim Godbolt Jazz at Ronnie Scott's

About David Bradbury

A jazz fan since his schooldays, David Bradbury was able to talk to many musicians while he was based in New York as a British correspondent reporting on America. Now a freelance writer, he lives with his wife in North London. His book Now That's Funny! Writers on Writing Comedy, co-authored with Joe McGrath, was described as 'intelligent and enthusiastic' (Peter Bradshaw, Evening Standard) and 'a good laugh' (Arthur Smith, The Guardian).

Additional information

GOR002880446
9781904341666
1904341667
Duke Ellington by David Bradbury
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Haus Publishing
2005-11-04
183
N/A
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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