Sunday, May 01, 2016
Other Stanton's Categories
 
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
Add to Wishlist

Things Ain't What They Used To Be

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Ensemble
Composer Mercer Ellington
Arranger Duke Ellington
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Essentially Ellington
Catalog # JLCM01001

Price: $50.00

Unavailable for Digital Delivery
Things Ain't What They Used To Be Composed by Mercer Ellington. Arranged by Duke Ellington. For Jazz Ensemble. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # JLCM01001, UPC: 654979023326)

Warner Bros. Publications is proud to present this important series, Jazz at L incoln Center Library. Each selection was selected by the Center's musical dir ector, Wynton Marsalis. Each transcription is direct from the recordings of th e immortal Duke Ellington, and they are not only authentic, they are perfect f or your jazz ensemble. Features information about the original recording, reh earsal notes from Jon Faddis and Brent Wallarab, and performance suggestions from Wynton Marsalis. These classic tunes represent jazz at its finest!
Today's News
  • Make Them Hear You

    Make Them Hear You

    recommended by Jen Sper, School Choral Music Specialist Send your graduating seniors off with music with one of these new choral titles, perfect for spring concerts or graduation ceremonies! Alway Something Sings by Dan Forrest This new music from composer... Read More ›

  • Happy Birthday, Sergei Prokofiev! April 27, 1891- March 5, 1953

    Happy Birthday, Sergei Prokofiev! April 27, 1891- March 5, 1953

    Sergei Prokofiev was born in Sontsovka, Russia, in 1891. His mother, Maria Grigoryevna Zhitkova, was his first musical  influence. She taught young Sergei piano, and was a fine pianist herself. She notated his first composition, “Indian Galop,” when he was... Read More ›

Visit Jukebox

Stanton's Jukebox is a specialized "wish list" that allows directors to research purchases, arrange concert programs, create personalized URLs, compare scores study and forward playlists to your students.