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Art Songs and Spirituals by African-American Women Composers / Ed. by Vivian Taylor.

Publisher: Hildegard Music

With introduction and biographical sketches on each of the composers represen- ted: Betty Jackson King, Undine Smith Moore, Julia Perry, Margaret Bonds, Florence Price.


From Spirituals To Symphonies : African-American Women Composers and Their Music.

Publisher: Greenwood Press
ISBN13: 9780313299476

After a historical introduction, the author profiles Undine Smith Moore, Julia Perry, Margaret Bonds, Irene Britton Smith, Dorothy Rudd More, Valerie Capers, Mary Watkins and Regina Harris Baiocchi. With an introduction, bibliography, discography, index, and black & white photos.


I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes : A Cantata For Tenor Solo, Chorus And Accompaniment (1989, Rev. 1996).

Publisher: Theodore Presser Co.

Dedicated to the memory of Undine Smith Moore. A work in three movements: I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes; How Long; and The Lord Is My Shepherd. The orchestra calls for winds and brass in ones, with percussion and strings. Special print edition.


But Not Forgotten / Marcus Eley, Clarinet. [CD]

Publisher: Dorian Sono Luminus

…and piano by African-American composers. Contents: Night Fantasy / Dorothy Rudd Moore -- Episodes / Alvin Batiste -- Basque Folk Song / Clarence Cameron White -- Introduction and Allegro / Undine Smith Moore -- Scenes from Nigeria / Samuel Akpabot -- Coty / Quincy Hilliard -- Romance / William…


Afro-American Suite : For Flute, Cello and Piano.

Publisher: International Opus

Composed for D. Antoinette Handy and the Trio Pro Viva. This four-movement suite is based on the spirituals Nobody Knows the Trouble I See; Brothers Will You Pray For Me; I Heard the Preaching of the Elder; Who Is That Yonder?; and Shout All Over God's Heaven. With biographical and program notes.


Scenes From The Life of A Martyr : For Mixed Chorus, SATB Soli, and Narrator.

Publisher: Carl Fischer
ISBN13: 9781491151037

This work consists of three prologues and fifteen movements. Dedicated to the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. With a composer's note. The texts are from a variety of sources, including the Bible and the composer. This is a reduction of the music for voices and piano. Printed from manuscript.

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