More Than Just Black and White #2107
. . . another color-full collection of music featuring Black composers, performers, and themes.
JOHN COLTRANE: Reverend King. ANDRÉ ROSSI: Chorale in E –Raphaël Imbert, saxophone; Jean-Luc DeFraya, tenor; Michel Péres, double-bass; Manfred String Quartet; André Rossi (2003 Daldasso/Parish Church, Bouc Bel Air, France) ZigZag 080101
Filler – TAYLOR: Go down Moses (see above)
CHARLES CALLAHAN: Suite on Afro-American Hymn Tunes (This little light of mine; Let us break bread together; Go down, Moses) –Charles Callahan (1992 Heritage/All Saints Church, Buffalo, NY) Pro Organo 2231
Filler – LEE (see above)
This is the third of four programs this month that highlight the work of Black composers and performers. Check our archive for more related content.
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