Duke Ellington Orchestra ‘Sacred Concert’ – Westminster Abbey 24th October 1973 002
Additional insert to a programme for a Duke Ellington concert at Westminster Abbey, in aid of the the United Nations, 1973. The page explains who is involved with the concert, which is in celebration of the United Nations on 'United Nations Day', with music written for the occasion by Duke Ellington.
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ï»¿â¢ DUKE ELLINGTON A T
WESTMINSTER ABBEY * * *
on United Nations Day Wednesday, 2Ath October 1973, at 8.00 p.m.
in aid of the United Nations Association
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Welcome by Sir Colin Crowe, G.C.M.G. Chairman of the United Nations Association
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Duke Ellington and his Orchestra with Alice Babs, Toney Watkins and the John Alldis Choir, Director John Alldis Conducted by Roscoe Gill, Jr.
'Sacred Concertâ specially written for this historic event by DUKE ELLINGTON
The Very Revd. Dr. Eric S. Abbott, Dean of Westminster, will conclude the concert by reading the Preamble to the U.N. Charter and a prayer for the United Nations.
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