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Duke Ellington for Fingerstyle Guitar

By Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington for Fingerstyle Guitar. Composed by Duke Ellington (1899-1974). Arranged by Steve Hancoff. Artist/Personality; Guitar Method or Supplement. Acoustic Masters Series. Acoustic; Fingerstyle; Jazz. Book and Digital Download. 104 pages. Alfred Music #00-0462B. Published by Alfred Music (AP.0462B).

Item Number: AP.0462B

ISBN 9780757902116. English. Duke Ellington.

These spectacular fingerstyle arrangements are written in the classic early americana guitar tradition of ragtime and blues with lots of alternating thumb and classic blues phrases. Titles include: Blues of the Vagabond * Come Sunday * Day Dream * Drop Me Off in Harlem * Mississippi Moan * Move Over * Rent Party Blues and more.

  • Come Sunday  Composed by Duke Ellington
  • Awful Sad  Additional credits Duke Ellington
  • Misty Mornin'  Additional credits Duke Ellington
  • Mississippi Moan  Additional credits Duke Ellington
  • Rent Party Blues  Additional credits Duke Ellington,Johnny Hodges
  • Move Over  Additional credits Duke Ellington
  • Blues Of The Vagabond  Additional credits Duke Ellington
  • Day Dream (Instrumental Version)  Composed by Duke Ellington,Billy Strayhorn
  • Drop Me Off In Harlem  Composed by Duke Ellington;Additional credits Nick Kenny
  • Lament For A Lost Love  Additional credits Duke Ellington,Irving Mills,Albany Bigard
  • Reflections In D  Additional credits Duke Ellington

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  • 5

    Virginia, USA
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  • July 21, 2003 A taste of Jazz History

    Precise and excellent are the words I'd use to describe the book and cd. I can and will recommend this to any jazz / Ellington afficionado. Be warned, this publication is not for the casual fingerstyle player, it is quite advanced. Many of the pieces are quite chordy in nature...

    , and they're advanced chords at that. On the other hand I feel that the cd alone is enough to make you happy, regardless if you're ever able to master playing the songs or not.

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