[Dixielandjazz] Dancers In Love???

David Palmquist davidpalmquist at dccnet.com
Tue Apr 15 01:47:16 PDT 2003

Duke Ellington recorded Dancers in Love, also known as Stomp for Beginners 
and as Naiveté, over 40 times, starting in April 1944.  You can hear a 
short clip from his CD Piano Reflections from CDNow.com (now Amazon, I 
guess) at this link:


You may have to copy it into your browser window, because this doesn;t 
appear to work as a hyperlink.  If you can't make it work, go to CDNow.com 
and search for the album title.  It's track 5.

The tune is a pretty little number without a lot of substance.  I imagine 
Ellington wrote it, but if so, it is very light compared to his usual 

David in Delta

At 15:26 14-04-03, =?iso-8859-2?B?SXR0eulzIFRhbeFz?= wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>One of my friend's band is releasing their CD and they would need a little
>help: they do not know, who wrote 'Dancers In Love' and I couldn't help him
>at all with his. Please, let me know. I am not familiar with the tune.
>Tamas ITTZES - violin teacher, ragtime pianist, manager
>Kodaly School, Bohem Ragtime Jazzband, Kecskemet Jazz Foundation
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