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  1. Nikokora
    Strayhorn's Take the A Train is played by a jazz big band ensemble with soloists. It features quadruple meter and disjunct themes. What best describes the performing ensemble for this work? jazz big band with trumpet and piano solos.
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  2. Disida
    Jan 25,  · Take the "A" Train · Duke Ellington & His Famous Orchestra · Duke Ellington The Fabulous Swing Collection - More Fabulous Swing ℗ Originally Recorded
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  3. Akimuro
    After being handcuffed to New York City's 'A' train by his prep school friends, young Karim is forced to ride all the way to the last stop, Far Rockaway. On his journey, he comes of age, meeting a diverse group of people, from a random business man to Keisha, a girl he inevitably falls for/10(12).
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  4. Nikojas
    Mar 11,  · Duke Ellington ’s signature composition was “Take the A Train,” written by his frequent collaborator Billy Strayhorn. The song brought Ellington and .
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  5. Doukazahn
    You must take the "A" train To go to Sugar Hill, way up in Harlem If you miss the "A" train You'll find you missed the quickest way to Harlem. Hurry, get on, now it's coming Listen to those rails a-thrumming all aboard Get on the "A" train Soon you will be on Sugar Hill in Harlem. You must take the "A" train To go to Sugar Hill, way up in Harlem.
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  6. Sakus
    "Take the 'A' Train" is a jazz standard by Billy Strayhorn, referring to the A train, going at that time from eastern Brooklyn up into Harlem and northern Manhattan, using the express tracks in Manhattan. It became the signature tune of Duke Ellington and often opened the shows of Ella Fitzgerald.
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  7. Arashijin
    Strayhorn's Take the A Train is played by a jazz - ensemble with soloists. It features -meter and - themes. big band, quadruple, disjunct Which best describes the form of Take the A train?
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  8. Malagis
    Jul 30,  · Take The A Train was written in by Billy Strayhorn for the Duke Ellington Orchestra. The title refers to the, at the time, new A train service in New York City. Ellington’s son, Mercer, recalled that he found A Train in the trash. Strayhorn originally thought it sounded too much like a Fletcher Henderson balladolisgraveldefenderperilore.xyzinfo: Camden Hughes.
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