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Come Sunday (Vocal) - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellingtons Concert Of Sacred Music (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: RCA Victor - LSP-3582 • Format: Vinyl LP, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Gospel, Big Band, Vocal


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9 thoughts on “ Come Sunday (Vocal) - Duke Ellington - Duke Ellingtons Concert Of Sacred Music (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Mar 25,  · Come Sunday ( Remastered - Vocal Version) Artist Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, Duke Ellington; Album Concert Of Sacred Music; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, SME (on behalf of Bluebird); Sony ATV Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor, ASCAP, CMRRA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, and.
  2. Though Duke Ellington called his first concert of sacred music "the most important thing I've ever done," it might have been more accurately called the most controversial thing he had ever done -- even more so than the so-called "Controversial Suite." The year was ; institutions of all kinds, including organized religion, were under fire; even Time magazine dared to run a cover with the 10/
  3. This concert’s pairing of “Come Sunday” and “David Danced Before the Lord” places together the two pieces that bookended the original Sacred Concert. “Come Sunday” was the central theme of Ellington’s Black, Brown, & Beige (), an extended concert suite premiered at Carnegie Hall.
  4. “Come Sunday” is a song derived from Ellington’s instrumental jazz suite Black, Brown and Beige (), a musical history of African Americans that premiered at Carnegie Hall in In , Ellington added text to this instrumental theme and the song became a standard of his sacred jazz concerts.
  5. Dec 08,  · The official album on RCA, A Concert of Sacred Music, was recorded at two concerts at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York on December 26, Additional material from these concerts, not found on the original album, can be found on the CD box set The Duke Ellington Centennial Edition: The Complete RCA Victor Recordings ().
  6. Charles Mingus, who had been fired by Ellington decades earlier, wrote the elegy "Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love" in , a few months after Ellington's death. Stevie Wonder wrote the song " Sir Duke " as a tribute to Ellington which appeared on his album Songs in the Key of Life released in
  7. Personnel 3 3 ThirdSacredConcert The Third Sacred Concert was built around the skills ofAliceBabs,HarryCarney,andEllingtonhimselfon thepiano.
  8. Tying together elements of jazz, blues, choral and classical music with African-American spirituals and gospel, Duke Ellington’s Sacred Music crossed the lines dividing secular and religious musical genres, while punctuating the ever-expanding role of jazz in America and throughout the world.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Duke Ellington's Concert Of Sacred Music on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - LPM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Gospel, Big Band, Vocal3/5(1).

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