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Duke Ellington Orchestra British Tour – July 1933 007

Pages 12 and 13 of a Duke Ellington concert programme, for Ellington's tour of the United Kingdom presented by Melody Maker, 1933. Both pages feature the song listing for the concert, held at the Trocadero Theatre.

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Date Made 1933
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Event Date 1933

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((( The object of “ The Melody Maker ” in ®
(§ staging this concert is solely to render its
readers a service. Thus the whole of the net w proceeds, less a donation to the Musicians’ fi)
yj Union Benevolent Fund, is being handed to
Jack Hylton, who is financing the visit of Duke Ellington and his Orchestra to Great
Britain. W
THE MELODY MAKER
Presents
DUKE ELLINGTON & HIS ORCHESTRA
By kind permission of JACK HYLTON By arrangement with IRVING MILLS
* * *
Programme
SELECTIONS FROM f THE FOLLOWING:
As the theatre must be cleared immediately
after the concert in preparation for the evening
picture show, visitors are earnestly requested to leave promptly after the National |) ^ Anthem.
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Ellington
Ellington
Ellington
1. Old Man Blues ________
2. Echoes of the Jungle _______
3. The Duke Steps Out _______
4. The Mooche - Ellington
5. Lightnin’ -
6. Mood Indigo - -- -- -- --
7. Ev’ry Tub _________
8. Lazy Rhapsody
9. Blue Tune -
10. Merry-Go Round - - -
11. The Mystery Song - - _
12. Ring Dem Bells - - -
13. Creole Rhapsody (In two Parts) -
14. Sirocco - - - -
15. Swing Low - - - -
16. Black and Tan Fantasy -
17. Twelfth Street Rag - -
Ellington
Ellington
Ellington
Ellington
Ellington
Ellington
- - - Ellington
- - - Ellington
- - Spike Hughes
- - - Ellington
- - - Ellington
- Bowman, arr. Ellington
Vocalist
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Before the rise of the curtain and during theinterval, Messrs. Levy’s of Regent Street, London, W., will give a gramophone recital of modern dance music on the Trocadero Theatre’s own apparatus, alternating with Quentin Maclean at the organ.
18. Rockin’in Rhythm - _
19. St. Louis Blues _ - -
20. Black Beauty - - -
21. Bugle Call Rag - -
22. Blue Ramble - -
23. Double Check Stomp _
24. Baby, When You Ain’t There -
2 5. Old Man Rivf.r - - -
26. Ducky Wucky - - -
27. Jive Stomp - - - -
28. Drop Me Off in Harlem _
29. Paradise - - - -
30. It Don’t Mean a Thing
31. Creole Love Call - - -
The Monkey - - _ _
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33. Tiger Rag Miss I VIE ANDERSON
- - - Ellington
W. C. Handy, arr. Ellington
- - - Ellington
- Schoebel, arr. Ellington
- - - Ellington
- - - Ellington
- - - Ellington
- Kern, arr. Ellington
- - _ Ellington
- - - Ellington
- - - Ellington
Brown, arr. Benny Carter
- - _ Ellington
_ _ _ Ellington
_ _ _ Ellington
- Ea Rocca, arr. Ellington
“ The Melody Maker ” extends its warmest thanks to all its readers who have so enthusiastically supported this Concert, to all the voluntary Stewards who have acted as ushers and programme sellers, and to Mr. Mick Hyams (director and manager of the Trocadero Theatre), for his immense assistance throughout, not only by placing at our disposal his
incomparable theatre, but by personally arranging and supervising the stage setting and house staff.
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