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The Duke

The Duke

Can you say infectious?

I can’t think of a better word to describe the opening melody to Duke Ellington’s Don’t Get Around Much Anymore.  The melody is catchy.

The first time I played this tune, it was while accompanying a female singer.  Prior to a gig, she handed me the music sheet and said, “follow me.” Then she sang the first few melodic tones and we were off and running.

This tune permits some improvisation and I took liberties at about 1:20 in the video. You’ll hear it.

One or two listens to the Duke’s melody and you will be humming and whistling this all day.

September is National Piano Month. I hope you liked the tune. Enjoy!

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  1. Steve,
    As always, I enjoyed listening to your music. It is a great way to start the day! I look forward to the next time you can get to a piano!

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