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AMERICAN COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA
FOUR SYMPHONIC WORKS BY DUKE ELLINGTON

(CD MUSICMASTERS / MMD 60176) Usa

1988



Black, Brown and Beige suite : Work song - Come sunday - Light / Three black kings / New world-a-comin' / Harlem.

AMERICAN COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA
DUKE ELLINGTON

(CD NIMBUS / NB 2511)

1988

Same as previous album

DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
William Grant STILL : SYMPHONY n° 1 / Duke ELLINGTON : RIVER SUITE

(CD CHANDOS - American Series volume 3 / CHAN 9154) England

1992
Direction Neeme Järvi


William Grant STILL : SYMPHONY n° 1.

Duke ELLINGTON
: SUITE FROM "THE RIVER" (Sprint - Meander - Giggling rapids - Lake - Vortex - Riba - Village virgins).

RTE CONCERT ORCHESTRA
REMEMBERING DUKE ELLINGTON

(CD NAXOS - Light Classics / 8 555017)

1993
Direction Richard Hayman


Take the A train / Do nothing till you hear from me / I got it bad and that ain't good / Mood indigo / I let a song go out of my heart / Caravan / Sophisticated lady / Satin doll / I'm beginning to see the light / Solitude / Sweet Georgia brown / Black and tan fantasy / Alcibiades (from "Timons of Athens") / The mooch / It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing / Love scene / Don't get around much anymore.

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ORCHESTRA
DUKE ELLINGTON - THE SYMPHONIC PORTRAIT

(CD ALTISSIMO ! / ALT 70942) Usa

1998
United State Air Force Orchestra, Washington D.C., direction Colonel Lowell E. Graham


Black, Brown and Beige suite : Work song - Come sunday - Light / New world-a-comin' / Harlem / Three black kings.

Simon RATTLE
CLASSIC ELLINGTON

(CD EMI CLASSICS / 57 014 2)

1999
City of Burmingham Symphony Orchestra conducted by Simon Rattle
Arranged by Luther Henderson
With Lena Horne (vocal), Clark Terry (trumpet), Joe Lavano & Joshua Redman (tenor sax), Bobby Watson (alto sax), Regina Carter (violin)


Take the A train / You're the one / Sophisticated lady / Harlem / Isfahan / Ad lib on Nippon / That doo-wah thing / Something to live for / Come sunday / Solitude in transblucency / Maybe / Things ain't what they used to be.

BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
BLACK, BROWN AND BEIGE

(CD NAXOS - American Classics / 8 559737) Usa

Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo - May 9 and 11, 2012
Sal Andolina (clarinet, alto sax), Tony di Lorenzo (trumpet), Almy Licata (violin)
Direction JoAnn Falletta


Harlem / Black, Brown and Beige / Three black kings : King of the Magi - King Solomon - Martin Luther King / The river : The spring - The meander - The giggling rapids - The lake - The river / Take the A train.