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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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Media Contact: Steve Bruce or Taylor Ingraham, ASC Advisors LLC, for Ellington Financial LLC, (203) 992-1230
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.
Cooper notes that in this period, Ellington adapted the stride approach to a more minimalist style so he could better showcase the outstanding musicians in his band.
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.
Before the pounds 60,541 swindle trial, Ellington, of Leamington Spa, Warks, said: "I know I've done wrong but I have had a lot going on in my life.
Ellington Juniors was founded 21 years ago and is one of the longest-running groups for young children.
AoIt has been a great pleasure to host the Duke Ellington Big Band, formed after one of the greatest jazz legends of all time, in Abu Dhabi.
Duke Ellington, who led his band from 1923 until his death in 1974, died with an upright piano at the foot of his hospital bed and composed as he took his last breath.
Ian Lavery, president of the NUM, and Jack Tubby, a former manager of Ellington Colliery, will jointly unveil the sculpture.
Derby did pull level in the 62nd minute after Semedo handled in the penalty area and referee Andy D'Urso pointed to the spot, allowing Ellington to step up and cheekily roll the ball inside the post.
Ellington almost left the club himself in pre-season after Wigan made an attempt to take him back to the JJB Stadium.
Ellington has joined Albion from top-flight newcomers Wigan and after sitting out the Latics' Premiership bow on Sunday, the 24-year-old is excited by the prospect of playing on the big stage.