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Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington Songbook

Author: Oscar Peterson
Publisher: Hal Leonard
ISBN: 147687655X
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(Artist Transcriptions). 17 transcriptions of one of the greatest piano players of our time performing the works of one of the greatest composers of our time. Includes: Band Call * C-Jam Blues * Caravan * Cotton Tail * Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good * In a Mellow Tone * John Hardy's Wife * Just a Settin' and a Rockin' * Night Train * Prelude to a Kiss * Rockin' in Rhythm * Satin Doll * Sophisticated Lady * Take the "A" Train * Things Ain't What They Used to Be.

Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington

Author: Duke Ellington
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corp
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Band call -- C-Jam blues -- Caravan : from Sophisticated ladies / words and music by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Juan Tizol -- Cotton tail -- Do nothin' till you hear from me / words and music by Duke Ellington and Bob Russell -- Don't get around much anymore : from Sophisticated ladies / words and music by Duke Ellington and Bob Russell -- I got it bad and that ain't good -- In a mellow tone -- John Hardy's wife / by Mercer Kennedy Ellington -- Just a settin' and a rockin' / by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn -- Night train / music by Jimmy Forrest -- Prelude to a kiss -- Rockin' in rhythm / by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Harry Carney -- Satin doll : from Sophisticated ladies -- Sophisticated lady : from Sophisticated ladies / words and music by Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Mitchell Parish -- Take the "A" train / words and music by Billy Strayhorn -- Things ain't what they used to be / by Mercer Ellington.