Ella fitzgerald the great american songbook
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The Intersection of Jazz and 'The Great American Songbook'
For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab! Robert Alda - Luck Be a Lady The Mills Brothers - Jeepers Creepers. New .Learn more - opens in a new window or tab. The Mills Brothers - Lazy River Jane Powell - Something Wonderful For these songs and many others, Ella gives us the often-neglected introductory verses which add much to our enjoyment.
Cab Calloway - Mood Indigo. Ethel Merman - I Got Rhythm Free postage Opens image gallery Image not available Photos not available for this variation. Throughout all 45 tracks, Ella's intonation is aerican and she interprets every song with clear understanding but without any of those tricks that lesser vocalists use to convince us they are jazz singers.
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Questions and answers about this item. Retrieved February 22. Musically, the compositions are more intricate than American popular song had been before? Al Jolson - Carolina in the Morning Ella doesn't have to justify herself: the evidence is clear on her manifold recordings.
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Harry Richman - Blue Skies Ethel Merman - I Got Rhythm Instead, the Great Thd Songbook is full of musical compositions that seem closer to the Old World than the New and of lyrics that more often call to mind airish literary soirees than earnest church suppers or neighborhood bars. Dancing On The Ceiling 6.