Take The A Train - Duke Ellington And Billy Strayhorn - Great Times! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn - Great Times! Piano Duets with Billy Strayhorn [Vinyl] - stadytadebispa.enanenacnonjohnfunhurtmedtobothe.infoinfo Music/5(3).
  2. Note that the return of the final A section comes with a dissonant, "tolling" chord--different members of the orchestra come in at different times (). For the end, Strayhorn opts for the fadeout (compare Miller's famous "In the Mood"): the A section is repeated, each time more quietly, until we reach a subtle and discreet ending.
  3. Nov 28,  · “Take the ‘A’ Train” is a Billy Strayhorn compositions from It quickly became a signature tune of the Duke Ellington Orchestra and is, to this day, one of the most famous compositions of the swing era. Its origins can be traced back to the beginning of the Ellington/Strayhorn collaboration.
  4. Nov 29,  · Billy Strayhorn In Five Songs: A Blog Supreme Though overshadowed during his own lifetime by his employer, Duke Ellington, the composer .

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