select a size
Price (excluding sales tax)
© Don Hunstein, 1956
The music festival concept was still fairly young when Duke Ellington and his Orchestra arrived in Newport, Rhode Island in July 1956 to perform what would become one of the most mythically transcendent concerts in jazz history. As legend has it, Ellington told saxophonist Paul Gonsalves to blow as long as he wanted during his solo on "Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue." The resultant six-minute saxophone rave-up blew the roof off the heavens, triggering a massive collective audience ecstasy that can still be heard reverberating on the best-selling "Ellington in Newport," recorded for Columbia Records, the Duke's new label. Columbia staff photographer Don Hunstein caught "Mr. Hi-Fi of '56" outside his tour bus at the festival, taking care of business.
Duke Ellington, Newport, RI 1956 by Don Hunstein
Color: Black and White
Type: Archival Digital Print
Edition: Limited (11x14" Open)
Signed: Estate Stamped
Morrison Hotel Gallery Prints
Prints are generally made to order and delivery usually takes 4 to 6 weeks.
All frames are of high quality wood. VIEW SAMPLE
For information on the technical specifications of our photographic prints, please contact a sales associate at any of our galleries.
Advice on BUYING PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS. Please note: if you are located outside of the U.S. you will be responsible for paying any duties and/or taxes imposed by your country before the photographs can be delivered.
If picked up in or shipped to New York, sales tax will be charged at 8.875%. If picked up in Los Angeles, CA, sales tax will be charged at 9.50%. If picked up in or shipped to California, sales tax will be charged at 9.50%. There is no sales tax otherwise. Please note: if you are located outside of the U.S. you will be responsible for paying any duties and/or taxes imposed by your country before the photographs can be delivered.