Come Sunday - World Saxophone Quartet - Plays Duke Ellington (CD)


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1986
Label: Nonesuch - E2-79137 • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •


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  1. Nasida

    Come Sunday Arranged By – Hamiet Bluiett Tenor Saxophone [Solo] – David Murray: World Saxophone Quartet: Plays Duke Ellington ‎ (CD, Album) Nonesuch: Europe: Sell This Version: World Saxophone Quartet: World Saxophone Quartet Plays Duke Ellington 4/5(21).
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    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about World Saxophone Quartet - Plays Duke Ellington at Discogs. Complete your World Saxophone Quartet collection/5(46).
  4. Neshakar

    Aug 01,  · the music of duke ellington was a great choice for the world saxophone quartet. when you think big band you think horns. the quartet manages to fill in all the spaces other instruments would occupy without losing sight and sound of the melodies. duke ellington's music lingers long after listening, songs at any given moment i catch myself humming, particularly come sunday. the version by the world saxophone quartet i listen /5(3).
  5. Faukazahn

    the music of duke ellington was a great choice for the world saxophone quartet. when you think big band you think horns. the quartet manages to fill in all the spaces other instruments would occupy without losing sight and sound of the melodies. duke ellington's music lingers long after listening, songs at any given moment i catch myself humming, particularly come sunday. the version by the world saxophone quartet i listen /5(3).
  6. Tygokazahn

    On their first six recordings, the World Saxophone Quartet (comprised of altoists Oliver Lake and Julius Hemphill, tenor saxophonist David Murray, and baritonist Hamiet Bluiett) stuck exclusively to group originals. This release was a major departure, for the innovative group performed fresh and generally unpredictable versions of five songs by Duke Ellington and two (including two renditions of "Take the 'A' Train") by Billy Strayhorn.
  7. Faukus

    Plays Duke Ellington is an album by the jazz group the World Saxophone Quartet, released in The album marked a departure for the quartet, in that their first six albums had been of music written by the four musicians themselves; this was their first venture into jazz standards. Track listing. Take the 'A' Train.
  8. Tygoll

    World Saxophone Quartet Nonesuch Nonesuch (label) Jazz (CD, LP) One of their best ones, and a tight set of Ellington tracks that works perfectly with their multi-horn style. Oliver Lake, Julius Hemphill, Bamiet Bluiett, and David Murray split up the arrangements, and the tracks include "Lush Life", "Come Sunday", "Prelude To A Kiss", and 2 different versions of "Take The A Train".

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