Coleridge-Taylor


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Coleridge-Taylor

(ˌkəʊlərɪdʒˈteɪlə)
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(Biography) Samuel. 1875–1912, British composer, best known for his trilogy of oratorios Song of Hiawatha (1898–1900)
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Hearing this well-crafted rarity played so winningly under American conductor Roderick Cox's clear and precise direction made me wonder if, perhaps, Coleridge-Taylor has been neglected for too long.
In a small side room, playwright Tanik Gupta's choice from Othello, Act 5, Scene 2, features a work by sound artist James Bulley combining Paul Robeson playing the part in 1949, over a musical composition by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and a printed representation of the sounds.
In honor of the reopening, the Rite Aid Foundation presented a $10,000 donation to Bettye Adams, principal of The Historic Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School.
Works by Amy Beach and Marion Bauer are featured along with works by Sibelius, Palmgren, Foster, Coleridge-Taylor, Rosamond Johnson, Hermann Bellstedt, Dvo?
Morris, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, Howard Swanson.
The Coleridge-Taylor is certainly dramatic and, in places, lively with some colourful orchestration, brought out well by David Hill, conducting the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.
As befits a requiem the tone is sombre, with the gentle, almost Gregorian style something of a shock after the theatrics of Coleridge-Taylor.
THE TEMPTATIONS, Reflections (New Door/UM); DARRELL MCFADDEN & THE DISCIPLES, I've Got a Right (EMI Gospel); MIKO MARKS, Freeway Bound (Mirrome Records); Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson: A Celebration (Cedille); The Best of Johnny Maestro (Shout
There is also Britain's first black professional footballer, Arthur Wharton, Sara Bonetta, Queen Victoria's god-daughter and com-poser Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
A number of these focus directly on the experiences of specific black Victorians--the composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, and the 'Black Circus Proprietor' Pablo Fanque, for example--drawing from these experiences representative observations.
Other well-known figures featured in the exhibition include the composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Britain's first professional Black footballer, Arthur Wharton and Mary Seacole.
SAMUEL Coleridge-Taylor could not have been a friend of Beethoven's as the composer died in 1827 and Coleridge-Taylor was not born until 1875 (Page 20, October 2).