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June 9, 2003



New World A Coming

New World A Coming Mp3 Song, Download New World A Coming, New World A Coming Mp3 DownloadOne of the best cassette "Live At The Whitney", was released in 2003 with a Best Classical soundtrack "New World A Coming" .Primary master Duke Ellington roled in two tasks, took part as singers and composer.This music track was casted 14 years before, moving to be pleasant by English teens.It fastly soared towards success on video platform youtube in 1921, and is seen by 43.95 thousand audience.Average money recieved to Universal from the track is $2791. Lines of the music track was penned by .The soundtrack was nicely composed by Duke Ellington so on it was nicely sung by Duke Ellington.Universal, produced the track after producing "Soda Fountain Rag" song acted by Duke Ellington.Duke Ellington meet with respect and love for nice presentation of a Classical track.It is Duke Ellington`s 19863th track, Out of 19989 all till now.Soundtrack is obtainable on itunes for $-1 or full track list only for $9.99.

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Song Name New World A Coming
AlbumLive At The Whitney.
ComposerDuke Ellington.
SingerDuke Ellington.
Duration 09:03
Record on June 9, 2003
Album Price $9.99
Song Price $-1
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(from the liner notes by Maurice Peress)

On December 11. 1943, for the second time, Ellington brought his orchestra to Carnegie Hall and presented a "twelve-minute piece" (actually it is closer to 15) for piano solo and jazz band. Ellington describes the work in his autobiography "Music is My Mistress":

"The title was suggested by Roi Otterley's best-selling book of the same name. Otterley looked forward to better conditions for the Negro following World War II...A New World is A-Coming with the sweep and fury of the Resurrection...I visualized this new world as a place in the distant future, where there would be no war, no greed, no categorization, no non-believers, where love was unconditional, and no pronoun was good enough for God."

In the 1960's the work appeared in a new, much-changed version for piano solo and symphony orchestra, parts and score for which are lost. There never existed a solo piano part, except in Ellington's head. In the spring of 1983, Peress was approached by Mercer Ellington to reconstruct the original version for piano solo and jazz band, which I did from a recording of the 1943 Carnegie Hall concert, including the actual solo part as played by Ellington. This was presented at the Kool Jazz Festival that summer. The symphonic orchestration on this recording follows this version exactly and, most importantly, includes Ellington's original virtuoso solo piano part. The final cadenza was improvised in the studio by Sir Roland Hanna in keeping with two grand traditions, the 18th- and 19th-century practice of composer/soloists and virtuosi when playing concerti, and the 20th century practice by jazz masters such as Ellington and Hanna.

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