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Art songs and spirituals by African-American women composers

Art songs and spirituals by African-American women composers / Vivian Taylor, editor.
Bryn Mawr, PA : Hildegard Publishing Co., [1995], ©1995.

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Additional Authors
  • Taylor, Vivian.
  • King, Betty Jackson, 1928-1994.
  • Moore, Undine S.
  • Perry, Julia, 1924-1979.
  • Bonds, Margaret.
  • Price, Florence, 1887-1953.
1 score (vi, 88 pages); 28 cm
  • For high voice with piano acc.
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Calvary (spiritual) ; In the springtime ; It's me, O Lord (spiritual) / Betty Jackson King -- Watch and pray (spiritual) ; Love let the wind Cry ... How I adore Thee ; I am in doubt ; Is there anybody here that loves my Jesus (spiritual) ; Come down angels (spiritual) / Undine Smith Moore -- I'm a poor li'l orphan in this worl' (spiritual) ; Free at last (spiritual) / Julia Perry -- Dry bones (spiritual) ; Lord, I just can't keep from cryin' (spiritual) ; The Negro speaks of rivers ; Three dream portraits (Minstrel Man ; Dream variation ; I, too) ; He's got the whole world in His hand (spiritual) / Margaret Bonds -- My dream ; Song to the Dark Virgin ; Night ; My soul's been anchored in the Lord (spiritual) / Florence Price.
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Columbia University Libraries