October 2

Take The A Train - Various - Jazz Masterpieces (CD)

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Posted 14.01.2020 by Dikinos in category "Rock


  1. By Mooguktilar on
    Nov 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - New York Jazz Lounge - Bar Jazz Masterpieces YouTube Night of Smooth Jazz - Relaxing Background Chill Out Music - Piano Jazz for Studying, Sleep, Work - Duration:
  2. By Goltishakar on
    CD (56) P/A CD (6) Instrumental Parts (5) Cassette (4) A Cappella/Unaccompanied (3) Enjoy one of the masterpieces of jazz in this dynamic arrangement! This tune provides plenty of opportunity to teach swing eighths in contrast to straight. Think of Take the "A" Train with a contemporary flair and you have the idea behind this inventive.
  3. By Kazizuru on
    So, as with Masterpieces, you get Ellington repertoire standards ("The Mooche", "Take the A Train", and "Perdido") alongside the "symphonic" post-war pieces. These include the ambitious "Liberian.
  4. By Mazulmaran on
    Various Artists - Portico Sessions: Jazz (Take The 'A' Train), Vol. 5 music MP3 album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  5. By Voodoojind on
    Song information for Take the "A" Train - The Dave Brubeck Quartet on AllMusic. Various Artists. This Is Jazz [Jazz World] Jazz World: Jazz Masterpieces Sampler, Vol. 5. Columbia: Various Artists. Jazz Standards. Jass Time: AllMusic.
  6. By Fenrilkis on
    A major figure in the history of jazz, Ellington's music stretched into various other genres, including blues, gospel, film scores, popular, and classical. His career spanned more than 50 years and included leading his orchestra, composing an inexhaustible songbook, scoring for movies, composing stage musicals, and world tours.
  7. By Brami on
    Apr 12,  · ‎Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Take the A-Train 3 All the Things You Are 4 Satin Doll 5 Fly Me to the Moon 6 Funky Jazz Masterpieces, Vol. 3 Bar Jazz Classics, Vol. 2 Chillin' Jazz Classics, Vol. 3.
  8. By Kejas on
    "Take the 'A' Train" was composed in , after Ellington offered Strayhorn a job in his organization and gave him money to travel from Pittsburgh to New York City. Ellington wrote directions for Strayhorn to get to his house by subway, directions that began, "Take the A Train". Strayhorn was a great fan of Fletcher Henderson's arrangements.

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