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A Pocket-Sized Short Biography of Ella Fitzgerald in an Elegant Hardcover Edition

The First Lady of Song, American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996), was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States for more than half a century. She is known for her pure voice, her improvisation, her swing, and her scat singing. Fitzgerald’s 60-year career began with the Chick Webb Orchestra in 1934. She started her solo career in 1942, which continued until 1994. Fitzgerald’s interpretations of the Great American Songbook – songs by Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Irving Berlin, and George and Ira Gershwin among them – are some of her most popular recordings. “A-Tisket, A-Tasket,” “Summertime, “ and “How Long Has This Been Going On?” are just a few of her notable works. The Short Biographies series from Applewood’s Benna Books imprint features short, intriguing, and entertaining biographies of world-renowned figures. Each beautiful hardcover book includes an interesting retelling of a single person's life, suitable for young adults and adults alike. These little gems will become beloved souvenirs of a favorite artist or a memorable trip to a museum.

6.8 in H | 4.3 in W | 0.3 in T | 0.2 lb Wt

Hardcover, 32 Pages,December 25, 2028.