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Duke Ellington oral history, 1939-1987 (inclusive).

Author: Harriett Milnes; Martha Oneppo; Vivian Perlis; Mark Tucker
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Duke Ellington Oral History is comprised of ninety-two interviews with and about Ellington, one of America's greatest composers. Included among the interviewees are musicians, family members, friends, and colleagues. A series on Billy Strayhorn, Ellington's longtime close collaborator, is also included.
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Named Person: Duke Ellington; Alvin Ailey; Ed Anderson; Harold Ashby; George Avakian; Maurice Banks; Amiri Baraka; Art Baron; Aaron Bell; Bill Berry; Eubie Blake; Abdullah Ibrahim; Lawrence Brown; Dave Brubeck; Jaki Byard; David Chertok; Maria Cole; Robert Conaway; Mercer Cook; Cress Courtney; Helen Oakley Dance; Stanley Dance; Ken Demme; Renee Diamond; Lillian Dicks; Frank Driggs; George Duvivier; Edward Ellington; Mercedes Ellington; Mercer Ellington; Ruth Ellington; Lu Elliott; Victor Gaskin; John Gensel; Milt Grayson; Sonny Greer; Alfredo Gustar; Adelaide Hall; Barry Lee Hall; Jimmy Hamilton; John Hammond; Luther Henderson; Rick Henderson; Nat Hentoff; Al Hibbler; Milt Hinton; Alan Hovhaness; Michael James; Derek Jewell; Max Jones; John Joyce; Brooks Kerr; Elma Lewis; Marion Logan; Betty McGettigan; Jimmy McPhail; Carl McVicker; Louis Metcalf; Louise Michelle; Juanita Middleton; Irving Mills; Anita Moore; Gregory Morris, Dr.; Peck Morrison; June Norton; Earl Okin; Sy Oliver; Joe Pass; Russell Procope; Max Roach; Betty Roché; Willie Ruff; John Sanders; Sathima.; Joya Sherrill; Arthur Singer; Jabbo Smith; Slam Stewart; Billy Strayhorn; Carol Strayhorn; Helen Strayhorn; Billy Taylor; Malcolm Taylor; Clark Terry; Juan Tizol; Rosebud Tizol; Jack Towers; David Tudor; Norris Turney; Barry Ulanov; Jerry Valburn; Tony Watkins; Ben Webster; Randy Weston; Bernice Love Wiggins; Franc Williams; Mary Lou Williams; Kay Davis Wimp; Britt Woodman
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harriett Milnes; Martha Oneppo; Vivian Perlis; Mark Tucker
OCLC Number: 702165327
Description: 6 linear ft.
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The Duke Ellington Oral History is comprised of ninety-two interviews with and about Ellington, one of America's greatest composers. Included among the interviewees are musicians, family members, friends, and colleagues. A series on Billy Strayhorn, Ellington's longtime close collaborator, is also included.

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