Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
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The occasion for Duke EUuig- ton and his 16-piece band is a state department-sponsored, five-week tour to Russia, In honor of the occasion, Rus- sian has become one of the 21 languages in which Ellington says "love you madlj'" to his audience at the close of a con- cert. But the music will be the same that he plays for audi- ences all over the world. "I'm always going to do what I think is honest lo an audience -not lo a French, British, Span- ish or Russian audience. To in- dulge in some form of conde- scension, I just refuse." FIRST VISIT So, the Soviets will hear such standard Ellington tunes as Take the A Train, Creole Love Call, Black and Tan Fantasy, Don't Get Around Much Any More, and Mood Indigo, and are likely to hear excerpts from two recent extended works of music. The New New Orleans Suite and The Afro-Eurasian Eclipse, as well as the composer's piano solo of Meditation from his sec- ond sacred concert, with which he usually opens each show. The Russian tour, beginning Sept. 10, will have the Ellington band playing 20 concerts in rive weeks in five cities. It is Ellington's first visit to Russia and also the first such trip by an important American jazz artist since Benny Good- mar and his band went in 1962. Ellington says that he doesn't think his recordings are sold in Russia, but are heard there over the Voice of America. "I met some Russian musicians when I was in Czechoslovakia and they told me all about what they knew about my he says. "They knew everything." Ellington writes music every dav. often llu-ouRh (he night after he and the band have played a concert and he has ur- banely, unhurriedly greeted the many fans and friends who have come to see him. But he isn't composing anything to have its premiere in Russia. IMPORTANT FOR MUSIC "Wlien you think of going to Russia to play music and you ssy, 'This is where so many great composers came you wonder whether you're going to be able lo breathe the he says. "It's one of tha most important music places iu the world, if not the most. Rim- sky-Korsakov is the foundation of orchestration, which is music today. He's (he foundation of nmsic today." For another of his state de- partment tours, to the Negro Festival of Arts, in Dakar, Sen- agal, in 1968, Ellington wrote a tone poem in anticipation, La Plus Belle Africaine. He says: "I'd been to write Afri- can music for 35 years. I was going to be there two weeks and wanled to see how it would match the people and their feel- ings. "We communicated well, They .lumped up and jumped on me. like crazy. We had great sympafico there. "But we do have occasions, though not recently, where peo- ple never heard of Duke Elling- ton or his music and don't speak the language. Then you're left with nothing to do but go out and apply theatre and de- pend on the uniqueness of the sounds of the highly sensory or deeply searching note or something sensuous." Ellington says: "Profcably the most important thing we do cur- rently is our liturgical music. You have lo be completely hon- est and leave all theatre out ot it. Otherwise our music is thea- tre. "Our sacred concerts are done with a message to people. We say things to people like the title of one song in the second sacred concert, Don't Get Down On Your Knees To Pray Until You Have Forgiven very important things." News briefs HISTORIC CIIURCH HALIFAX (CP) The cor- nerstone for St. Mary's Basilica here was laid in 1020 by Rt. Rev. Edmund Burke, Bishop of Halifax. It took 13 years to con- struct tire sandstone church, which still stands in Halifax. Some years later, ma- sons placed a granite facade on the front of the structure and erected a granite spire. PLACES SIXTH HAMILTON (CP) Hamilton civic airport's aircraft movements in latest month for which figv.res are the airport sixth smonp Canada's ecRtrollcd airports. The first five in order were St. Hubert. Qiin., Toronto Island. Montreal International, and Buttonville, north of Toronto. MAY III; MONTREAL (CP) Sliidy- inp, tlw vocal tract of Neander- thal man, who lived about years ago and couldn't speak nearly as well as modern man, may help hto speakers and iiHiiipoloid children. >nys Philip n 37 year-old Jinpjist' Because nn infant's skeletal structure nt Ihcbascof the skull and jawbone is identi- cal to Uiat of foffil man, doctors could compare the two and know if inability to speak is re- lated to mental capacity or un- derdevelopment of vocal tract anatomy. PROGRAM PLANNED OXFORD, Out. (CP) The Oxford Mental Health Centre will he introducing a new 24- monlh (raining program for in- experienced persons interested in the care of the mentally re- tarded. The centre, which serv- ices most of souiliHcniern On- tario and the Niagara Penin- sula, is one of the first lo intro- duce this program in Ontario. VENDOR INDICTED MILAN, Italy (AP) Street vendor Francesco di Franco, 56, was indicted on charges of nbetr (ing prostitution. Police said ha made Die rounds among prosti- tutes, selling (hem coffee, soft drinks and sandwiches. FUNNY GUVS TOKYO (AP) A Tokyo pub- lishing firm said i' sold copies of a 272-p.ige comic hook nn the life of ellipse C.mtiimti- p.irly chairman Mr.o Tse- lung within n month of publica- tion nnd plans works on Adolf Hitler and Karl Marx.