Jazz musician Duke Ellington composes a musical score at the piano in his Capitol Records Office in New York City.
New York City USA Date:1943, October Duration:4 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
American composer, pianist and band leader, Duke Ellington seated at his piano in the home atmosphere of his office in the Capitol Records Company Building. He plays a phrase on the piano then makes musical notation. Sheet music of Ellington's works are filmed in close up, including Mood Indigo, Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, Black and Tan Fantasy, Sophisticated, and Caravan.
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