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Ellington

Duke, nickname of Edward Kennedy Ellington. 1899--1974, US jazz composer, pianist, and conductor, famous for such works as "Mood Indigo" and "Creole Love Call"
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John added: "These DVDs will bring memories back, not just for anyone who worked at Ellington Colliery, but for anyone who has an interest in coal-mining.
Ellington's America"), alternately engaging with Ellington as a "race leader" and "culture hero.
Bill King, who served as president of the Ellington operations from 1999 until its sale this month said, We are very proud of what our team built at Ellington.
The book begins with a biographical sketch of Ellington, which could have been made more engaging had it been integrated with the musical examples and life anecdotes in each style section.
That of course included jazz, and her father "had huge respect for the music of Ellington, with its unique combination of spontaneity and refinement," she said.
Teachout possesses an astonishing familiarity with the music of Ellington and his contemporaries.
A taxiway lies close to the future cargo facilities, and Ellington has planned up to 50 acres of ramp space in the area that borders J.
Born in 1899, American composer, pianist and big band leader Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington wrote more than 1,000 compositions, was a major figure in the history of jazz and his inexhaustible songbook reached into blues, gospel, film scores, popular and classical music.
A slightly bigger quibble is the relative lack of attention to the relationships that Ellington had with his band members, of whom only Billy Strayhorn emerges as a key collaborator.
The Ellington offers studio-, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with monthly rents ranging from $2,350 to $5,000.
Lisa Ellington, 27, claimed to have five children when she actually had only two - and they were no longer in her care because of abuse.