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Duke Ellington Day Declared on April 29

• Vintage Black Cinema June 16, 2008

Morrison Hotel Gallery Loft June 17, 2008

• The Duke Ellington Orchestra at The Blue Note NYC

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Tony Bennett and Paul Ellington at The Morrison Hotel Gallery, in New York City for the preview of "In Session" on July 17, 2008.

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Duke Ellington Birhday Celebration in the New York Times

“Somebody said they want us to do ‘A Train’ again,” Paul Mercer Ellington, the musical director of the Duke Ellington Orchestra, reported just before 11 a.m. on Wednesday.

And why not? A full 27 minutes had passed since the orchestra’s last performance of his grandfather’s signature song, a song some Ellington fans cannot hear too often. Wednesday was, after all, the 110th anniversary of Duke Ellington’s birth, and the orchestra was ready to celebrate.

This time, the A train was not just any A train, but one made up of cars about as old as the song, which was written in 1939 but not performed until a couple of years later.

“I’ve never seen a train like this,”

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Duke Ellington Day, April 29, 2009

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Duke Ellington’s grandchildren Mercedes and Paul Ellington will discuss and host a Q & A about the legendary musician and cultural icon’s career, life and music at Borders Columbus Circle in the Time Warner Center, April 29th at 7PM.

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"Jazz: the Smithsonian Anthology" Is Definitive Box Set On Genre

"Jazz: the Smithsonian Anthology" will be released on March 29, 2011. This compilation features a number of classic Duke Ellington recordings. For more information or to pre-order, please click here.

You can test your knowledge of jazz history and see how many songs from the Smithsonian compilation you recognize by clicking here.

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Duke Ellington Quarter Release as seen on NBC Nightly News with

Brian Williams

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