A Diversity of Riches #2108
. . . further exploration of intriguing repertoire and inspired performances.
FLORENCE PRICE: Finale, fr Organ Sonata No. 1. CALVIN TAYLOR: Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen, fr Spiritual Suite (2001). WILLIAM BOLCOM: What a friend we have in Jesus, fr Gospel Preludes, Book 1. CARL HAYWOOD: Improvisation on We shall overcome –Nathaniel Gumbs (1987 Wicks/2nd Presbyterian Church, Memphis, TN) PD Archive (r. 7/24/20)
Filler – HANDEL (see above)
MARK FAX: Three Pieces (Elemental but not quite primitive in nature; The quintessence of refinement; Big City Organ Music) –Thomas Sheehan (1938 Skinner+1963-75 Aeolian-Skinner/National Cathedral, Washington, DC) PD Archive (r. 9/27/20)
Filler – HAYWOOD (see above)
This is the last 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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