Twenty-four Negro melodies / transcribed for the piano by S. Coleridge-Taylor. Op. 59. With a pref. by Booker T. Washington.
- 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.
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|Stan Getz Library||M38.5 .C652 op.59||37684000159184||Quiet Room Scores - Alphin Library||Copy hold / Volume hold||Available||-|
- Physical Description: ix, 127 p. port. 32 cm.
- Publisher: Boston : O. Ditson, [c1905]
Original melody with text precedes each piece.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Southeast Africa: At the dawn of day (Loko ku ti ga) The stones are very hard (Maribye ma nonoha ngopfu) Take Nabandji (Thata Nabandji) They will not lend me a child (A ba boleki nwawa)--South Africa: Song of conquest (Ringendjé) Warriors' song.--West Africa: O lo ba.--West Indies: The bamboula (African dance)--America: The angels changed my name. Deep river. Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel? Don't be weary, traveler. Going up. I'm troubled in mind. I was way down a-yonder (Dum-a-lum) Let us cheer the weary traveler. Many thousand gone. My Lord delivered Daniel. Oh, he raise a poor Lazarus. Pilgrim's song. Run, Mary, run. Sometimes I feel like a motherless child. Steal away. Wade in the water.
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