Portraits in Black, Brown and Beige, Part II

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Monday, February 29, 2016

Duke Ellington (seated) and members of his famous Ellington Orchestra Duke Ellington (seated) and members of his famous Ellington Orchestra (Photofest)

Bill McGlaughin delves into the second-half of his two-week exploration of African American music and performers. The series, named for Duke Ellington's jazz symphony "Black, Brown and Beige," features Ellington, as well as contemporary musicians including André Watts, Wynton Marsalis and composer Anthony Davis

Comments [2]

Stephen Hardy from Shelton, WA

This has been a wonderful show. Thank you so much for filling my heart with America's great classical music - the jazz. Brilliant show.

Mar. 04 2016 11:56 PM
Mike Horgan from New Rochelle, NY, USA

Really liking this listening to the 2nd half of Black, Brown and Beige (on WQXR online live).

Where can I find a playlist?

I just want to stop everything and listen!

Feb. 29 2016 11:47 PM

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