The Duke Ellington Reader

The Duke Ellington Reader
Author : Mark Tucker
Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
Total Pages : 536
Release : 1995
ISBN 10 : 0195093917
ISBN 13 : 9780195093919
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Duke Ellington Reader Book Description:

Includes over one hundred essays focusing on Ellington as a person, musician, bandleader, and musical philosopher, and offering insight into Ellington's position in American musical culture


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