"Come Sunday" is a piece by Duke Ellington which became a jazz standard. It was written in 1942 as a part of the first movement of a suite entitled Black, Brown and Beige. Ellington was engaged for a performance at Carnegie Hall on January 23, 1943 for which he wrote the entire composition (that whole concert was released in 1977 as The Carnegie Hall Concerts: January 1943). In 1958 he revised the piece and recorded it in its entirety for the 1958 album of the same name.
Albums featuring "Come Sunday"
- The Carnegie Hall Concerts: January 1943 (1943) by Ellington and his Orchestra
- Black, Brown and Beige (1958) Ellington and his Orchestra featuring Mahalia Jackson on vocals
- Abbey Is Blue (1959) by Abbey Lincoln
- A Portrait of Duke Ellington (1960) by Dizzy Gillespie
- My People (1963) by Ellington
- Iron Man (1963) by Eric Dolphy
- Soulmates (1963) by Ben Webster
- Please Send Me Someone to Love (1969) by Phineas Newborn
- Basle, 1969 (1969) by The Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra
- The Cry of My People (1972) by Archie Shepp
- The Trio (1973) by Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
- Ellington Is Forever Volume Two (1977) by Kenny Burrell
- World Saxophone Quartet: Plays Duke Ellington (1986) by the World Saxophone Quartet
- Super Jam (1990) by Brian Auger, Pete York and other artists
- In a Sentimental Mood: Mathis Sings Ellington (1990) by Johnny Mathis
- Like Song, Like Weather (1998) by Norma Winstone
- The Duets (1999) by Mulgrew Miller and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
- Come Sunday (2012) by Charlie Haden and Hank Jones
- Dee Dee's Feathers (2015) by Dee Dee Bridgewater
- Sapphire Dreams (2018) by Chanda Rule
- "Come Sunday". Jazzstandards.com. Retrieved 13 December 2012.
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