Coleridge-Taylor


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Coleridge-Taylor

Samuel. 1875--1912, British composer, best known for his trilogy of oratorios Song of Hiawatha (1898--1900)
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Four Love Songs (Paul Laurence Dunbar), and Three Simple Songs; Betty Jackson King's Three Dunbar Poems; and five songs from Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson's Thirteen Jazz Settings.
This complicated, long-drawn-out biography introduces features of special interest to me, for example Ransom's support of Paul Laurence Dunbar and the black British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (evidently at least a nominal take-off on the name of a well-known Romantic, Samuel Taylor Coleridge).
2 for Strings" (1996) by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson.
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Frederick Delius, Tippett's King Priam).
Their programme includes trios by Beethoven, Zemlinsky and Archduke Rudolph, and later in the season the Berkeley Ensemble have clarinet quintets by Brahms and Coleridge-Taylor, and quartet works by Bridge and Britten.
The line-up of composers represented includes the reasonably well-known (Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, William Grant Still), but there are many less familiar: Margaret Bonds, Undine Smith Moore, Betty Jackson King, Julia Perry and Florence Price - not only black composers, but women as well.
SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Composer friend of Beethoven
AN unknown work by black Victorian musician Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, composer of the famous choral piece Haiawatha's Wedding Feast, will be heard in Liverpool next month.
Known to the world of music and musicians after the success of his choral work The Song of Hiawatha (1898-1900), composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor was the son of a London-trained doctor from Sierra Leone.
The Gospel Box (Rhino); and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Chamber Music (AFKA); Gospel Gangstaz, I Can See Clearly Now (Interscope).