A Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Bibliography
Dominique-René de Lerma

The following list of publications, extracted from Black music in the nineteenth-century (in progress), has been generously provided by Dominique-René de Lerma as a provisional aid for those projecting research on the composer for the centenary anniversary commemorations of his death in 2012.  Corrections and additions will be very welcome.

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“A grand production of Hiawatha by colored talent” in Negro music journal, v1n9 (1903/V) p185-187.

“A tribute to a distinguished African” in Gambia echo [Bathurst] (1938/X/3) p2; (1938/X/10), p2.

“Compositions by S. Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical times (1898/IX/1), p627.

“England honors colored composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical life, v11n9 (1903) p3-4.

“Here and there” in Gramophone, v53 (1975/VIII) p6-7.

Hiawatha at the Lyric” in Afro-American ledger (1904/XI/26) p4.

Hiawatha rendered” in Afro-American ledger (1903/XI/28).

“Higher music of Negroes” in Literary digest, v45 (1912/X/5) p565.

“Mr. Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical times, v50 (1909/III/1) p153-158.

“Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in Washington” in Phylon, v28 (1967/Summer, 2d quarter) p185-186.

“Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Canon, v10 (1957/VII) p399.

“Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Modern music and musician for vocalists, ed. by Louis C. Elson.  New York: University Society, 1918, v6pt2, p471-475 (The great composers).   [based on the book by W. C. Berwick Sayers]

“Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Music and musicians, v23 (1975/VIII) p6-7.

“The Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society” in Colored American newspaper (1903/I/10) p12.

“The composer and the organ grinder” in Music box, v22n3 (1976) p240.

“Coleridge-Taylor’s Hiawatha” in Vocalist, n1 (1902)  p60.

Abbott, L.  Out of sight; The rise of African American popular music, 1889-1895.  Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, 2002.

Abdul, Raoul.  “Coleridge-Taylor, 100 years later” in Blacks in classical music.  New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1977, p26-28.

Abdul, Raoul.  “Reading the score; panorama of symphonic music” in New York Amsterdam news, v68n39 (1977/IX/24) pD6.

Abdul, Raoul.  Blacks in classical music, a personal memoir.  New York: Dodd, Mead,1977.

Adams, Russell.  Great Negroes, past and present.  Chicago: Afro-Am Publishing Co., 1964, p141.

Afro-American encyclopedia.  “Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel” ==, 1977.

Aldrich, Richard.  Concert life in New York, 1902-1923.  New York: P. T. Putnam’s Sons, 1941.

American, v2n2, p28

Antcliffe, Herbert.  “A neglected British work” in Musical opinion and musical trade review, ca. 1930.  8p. [On Symphonic variations]

Antcliffe, Herbert.  “Some notes on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical quarterly, v8n2, (1922/IV/8) p180-192.  Reprinted in Tortolano 2002.

Antcliffe, Herbert.  “The orchestral works of Coleridge-Taylor” in Music student (1917/VII) p316.

Arvey, Verna.  “Symphonies in Black” in Music journal, v32 (1974/IV) p28-29.

Banfield, Stephen.  “Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel” in The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians.  London: Macmillan, 1980, v4, p528-530.

Banfield, Stephen.  Sensibility in English song,  Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Batchman, John C.  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: An analysis of selected piano works and an examination of his  influence on Black-American musicians.  Graduate paper (Ed.D.) Washington University, 1977.

Beckerman, M.  New worlds of Dvořák; Searching in America for the composer’s inner life.   New York: W. W. Norton, 2003.

Bennett, Joseph.  Forty years of music, 1865-1905.  London: Methuen & Co., 1908.

Black perspective in music, v2p47-48, 57-58, 148-149 (1974/Spring); v3p123, 332; v7p107, 270-271, 279.

Boden, Anthony.  Three Choirs; A history of the festival.  Strout UK: Alan Sutton, 1992.

Bradova, L.  “Antonín Dvořák, 1841-1904” in Abroad in America; Visitors to the new nation, 1776-1914, ed. by Pachter and Wein, p228-237.

Braithwaite, Coleridge Alexander.  A survey of the lives and creative activities of some Negro composers; A report of a Type C project.  Graduate paper (Ed.D.)  Columbia University, Teachers College, 1952.

Braithwaite, Coleridge Alexander.  The achievements and contributions to the history of music by Samuel Coleridge Taylor, colored English musician.  Undergraduate paper (B.A.) Harvard University, 1939.  150, viip.

Brawley, Benjamin G.  The Negro genius.  New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1942.

Brawley, Benjamin G.  The Negro in literature and art.  New York: Duffield & Co., 1921, 1918, p125-129. ebook #35063, 2011, The project Gutenberg.

Burgess, Anthony.  “In tune with the popular soul” in Times literary supplement  [London] (1980/II/15) p167.

Butterworth. Sidney.  “Coleridge-Taylor, new facts and old fiction” in Musical times, v130, n1754 (1987/IV) p202-204.

Carr, Catherine.  “From student to composer; The chamber works” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p179-195.

Carter, Madison H.  An annotated catalogue of composers of African ancestry.  New York: Vantage Press, 1986.

Carter, Nathan M.  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, his life and works.  Graduate paper (D.M.A.) Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, 1984.  382p.

Clelland, F. W.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, musician” in Rising above color, ed. by Phillip Henry Lotz.  New York:  Association Press, Fleming H. Revell Co., 1943.

Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society, Washington, D.C.  Articles of incorporation, constitution and by-laws.  Washington: Press of R. L. Pendleton, 1904.

Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society, Washington, D.C.  Programs of concerts in Washington, D.C., by the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Choral Society.

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avril.   The heritage of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.  London: Dennis Dobson, 1979.

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avril.  “My father and his music” in Fanfare [Birmingham UK], 1948.

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avril.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Music and musicians.   London: 1974, p185-186.

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avril.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor;  Reminiscences” by Gwendolyn Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, in The crisis, v29 (1925/II) p158-161.

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avil.  “The music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Solund (1947).

Coleridge-Taylor Dashwood, Avril.  The heritage of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.  London: Dennis Dobson, 1979.  160p.  (The student’s music library: Historical and critical studies).

Coleridge-Taylor, Jessie S. Fleetwood Walmisley.  A memory sketch, or personal reminiscences of my husband, genius, and musician, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, 1875-1912.  London: n.p.[?]  76p. — London: John Crowther, 1943.

Coleridge-Taylor, Jessie S. Fleetwood Walmisley.  Letter, 1941, February 4, Banstead, Surrey, to Gertrude Clarke Whittall,  re S. Coleridge-Taylor’s clarinet quintet in performance.  4p.

Coleridge-Taylor, Jessie S. Fleetwood Walmisley.  “Is technique strangling beauty?” in Etude (1911/I).

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel.  “Preface” in Twenty-four Negro melodies. Boston: Oliver Ditson, 1905.

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel.  Letters.  British Museum (Egerton 3095-6).

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel.  Letters of Coleridge-Taylor addressed to Frederick George Edwards, 1897-1909.  Library: British Museum 41570.[1]

Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel.  Papers, correspondence, etc., on loan from the Royal Philharmonic Society.  British Museum (Loan  48.13/17).

Colles, H. C.  The Royal College of Music; A jubilee record, 1883-1933.  London: Macmillan, 1933.

Costello, R.  Black Liverpool; The early history of Britain’s oldest Black community,1730-1918.  Liverpool: Picton Press, 2001.

Dashwood, G. C.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in The crisis, v29 (1925/II) p158-161.

Downes, Olin.  The lure of music.  New York: Harper & Brothers, 1918.

Downing, H. F.  “Samuel Coleridge Taylor” in Messenger (1926/VII) p200; (1929/IX) p262-267; (1926/X) pp298, 319.

DuBois, William E. B.  Darkwater.  New York: Harcourt, Brace & Howe, 1920.

Dunbar, Paul Laurence.  The complete poems.  New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1965.

Edwards, V. H.  “In retrospect: Clarence Cameron White” in Black perspective in music, v9n1 (1981), p51-72.

Elford, Charles.  Black Mahler; The Samuel Coleridge-Taylor story.  Guildford UK: Grosvenor House Publishing Ltd., 2008.  347p.

Elson, Arthur.  Modern composers of Europe, being an account of the most recent musical progress in the various European nations, with some notes on their history and critical and biographical sketches of the contemporary musical leaders in each country.  Boston: L. C. Page, 1905.  viii, 291p.  (Music lover’s series). Library: Library of Congress.

Elson, Louis C  “Samuel Coleridge Taylor” in Modern music and musicians for vocalists.  New York: University Society, 1918.,v6, part 2, p471-475 (The great composers).

Evans, Marjorie.  “I remember Coleridge” in Under the imperial carpet; Eassays in in Black history, 1780-1950, ed. by Rainer Lotz and Ian Pegg.  Crawley UK: Rabbit Press, 1986, p32-41.

Ewen, David.  Composers since 1900; Biographical and critical guide.  New York: H. W. Wilson, 1969.  639p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Fisk University, Nashville. Library.  George Gershwin Memorial Collection of Music and Musical Literature; Manuscripts.  Nashville: Fisk University, ca. 1960.  Library: Library of Congress.

Fleming, Beatrice J.  Distinguished Negroes abroad, by B. J. Fleming and Marion J. Pryde.  Washington: Associated  Publishers, 1946, p130-138.

Floyd, Samuel A., Jr.  Black music biography; An annotated bibliography.  White Plains NY: Kraus International Publications, 1987.

Foss, Hubert.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a calm life” in The music masters; vol. 4, the twentieth century, ed. by A. L. Bacharach.  Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1957.

Foster, Miles Burkitt.  A history of the Philharmonic Society of London, 1813-1912.  London: John Lane, 1912.

Gaul, Harvey Bartlett.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Afro-British musician” in Musician, v22, (1917/VIII) p577.

Geiss, Immanuel.  The Pan-American Movement.  London: Methuen & Co., 1994.

Gramophone Shop encyclopedia of recorded music.  New York: Crown Publishers, 1948.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “A note on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, 1875-1912” in Black music research newsletter, v6n1 (1983) p4-5.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “A note on Coleridge-Taylor’s origins” in Musical times(1985.VIII) p461.

Green, Jeffrey P. “Future research” in Black music research  journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p289-294.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “Perceptions of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor on his death, September 1912” in New community, v22n2 (1985), p321-325.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “Requiem; Hiawatha in the 1920s and 1930s” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p283-288.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a postscript” by Jeffery O. P. Green and Paul McGilchrist, in Black perspective in music, v14n3 (1986/Fall) p259-266.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor; The early years” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p133-157.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “Some recent findings on Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” by Jeffrey Green and Paul McGilchrist  in Black perspective in music, v13n2 (1985) p151-178.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “The foremost musician of his race, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor of England, 1875-1912” in Black music research journal, v10n2 (1990) p223-252.

Green, Jeffrey P.  “To the editor” in Black perspective inusic, v17m1-2 (1989) p210-211.

Green, Jeffrey P.  Black Edwardians; Black people in Britain, 1901-1914.  Portland OR: Frank Cass, 1998.

Green, Jeffrey P.  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a musical life.  London: Pickering and Chatto Publishers, 2011.  ix, 296p.

Harder, J. H.  “Play novelty in Toledo” in Musical America, v39n17 (1924/II/16) p23.  [re Ballade in A minor]

Hare, Maud Cuney.  Negro musicians and their music, introduction by Josephine Harreld Love.  New York: G. K. Hall, 1996, 1936.  xl, xii, 439p.  (African-American women writers, 1910-1940, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., general editor).  — Washington: Associated Publishers, 1936.

Haynes, Elizabeth Ross.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Unsung heroes.  New York: DuBois & Dill, 1921, p127-149.

Henessey, Maurice.  Our pioneers.  Lagos: Crownbird, 1951.

Herzfield 1965

Holbrook, Joseph Charles.  Contemporary British composers.  London: Cecil Palmer, 1925.

Horne, Aaron.  Brass music of Black composers; A bibliography. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1996.

Horne, Aaron.  Woodwind music of Black composers.  New York: Greenwood Press, 1990.

Horne, Aaron.  Woodwind music of Black composers.  New York: Greenwood Press, 1990.

Hudson, Gertrude.  Musical fantasies, by Israfel [pseud.].  London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton,         Kent, 1903.  4, 215p.  Library: Library of Congress.

Hurlstone, Katherine, ed.  William Hurlstone, musician; Memories and records by his friends.  London: Cary & Co., 1947.

Ivanov, M.  In Dvořák’s footsteps; Musical journeys in the New World.  Kirksville MO: Truman State University Press, 1995.

Jaeger, Auguste.  Hiawatha’s departure in S. Coleridge-Taylor, Scenes from the song of Hiawatha .  London: Novello, 1900.

Janifer, Ellsworth.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in Washington” in Phylon, v28n2 (1967/Summer) p185-196.

Johns, Altona Trent.  “Teaching Coleridge-Taylr’s They will not lend me a child” in Tstaff notes [Midland Park NJ] v15n1 (1976/Spring).

Kay, Charles.  “The marriage of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Jessie Walmisley” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p159-177.

Killingray, D.  “Tracing people of African origin and descent in Victorian Kent”  in Black Victorians/Black vistoriana, ed. by G H. Gerzina.  New Brunswick NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2003, p51-67.

Kingsley, Ralph B.  “Coleridge-Taylor’s songs” in Music student, v9n11 (1917), p318.

Kramer, A. Walter.  “Impressions of Coleridge-Taylor’s new violin concerto” in The musician, v19 (1914/III) p201.

Krehbiel, Hanry Edward.  Afro-American folksongs.  New York: Frederick Unger, 1912.

Layton, Robert.  “Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel” in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart.  Kassel: Bärenreiter Verlag, 1968, v2, col. 1541-1543.

Leach, Gerald.  British composer profiles; A biographical dictionary and chronology of past British composers, 1800-1979.  Maidenhead: British Music Society, 1980.

Lerma, Dominique-René de.  “Biographical notes on the composers” in Symposium of symphonic music by Black composers, Baltimore.  Minneapolis: The AAMOA Press, 1973, p11-14.

Lerma, Dominique-René de.  “Black composers in Europe; A works list” in Black music research journal, v10n2 (1990/Autumn) p275-334.

Lerma, Dominique-René de.  “Preface” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p127-132.

Lerma, Dominique-René de.  Reflections on Afro-American music.  Kent OH: Kent State University Press, 1973.

Loch, Alain.  The Negro  and his music.  New York: Arno Press, 1969.

Lorimer, Douglas,  Colour, class, and the Victorians.  Leicester: University Press, 1978.

Lotz, Rainer, ed.  Under the imperial carpet; Essays in Black history, 1780-1950, ed. by Rainer Lotz and Ian Pegg.  Crawley: Rabbit Press, 1986.

Lovell, John, Jr.  The forge and the flame, or how the Negro spiritual was hammered out.  New York: Macmillan, 1972.

Lovinggood, Penman.  Famous modern Negro musicians, with a new introduction by Eileen Southern.  New York: Da Capo Press, 1978, 1921.  viii, 68p. (Da Capo Press music reprint series)  Library: Library of Congress.  Original imprint: New York: Press Forum, 1921.

Lowe, George.  “The choral works of Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical times, v61, n931 (1920IV) p598-600.

McCray, Norma.  “Teaching materials on Afro-American composers” in Development of materials for a one-year course in African music, edited by Vada E. Butcher.  Washington: Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1970, p123-198.

McGinty, Doris Evans.  “That you came so far to see us; Coleridge-Taylor in America” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p197-233.,

Moyne, Ernest John.  Hiawatha and the Kalevala; A study of the relationship between Longfellow’s Indian Edda and the Finnish epic.  Helsinski: Suomen Tiedakatemia, 1963.  (Folklore Fellows communication, 192).

Musical times, v36 (1897) p465. [Review of Hiawathan  sketches, op. 16].

Musical times, v41, n694 (190/XII/1) p818.  [Review of Herod].

Nettel, Reginald.  Music in the five towns, 1840-1914.  London: Oxford University Press, 1976.

Newell, H. G.  William Yeats Hurlston, musician and man.  London: J. & W. Chester, 1936.

Noyes, Alfred,  Two worlds of memory.   London: Sheed & Ward, 1953.

Osborn, Chase S.  Schoolcraft – Longfellow – Hiawatha, by Chase Osborn and Stellanova Osborn.  Lancaster: Cattell Press, 1942.

Packter, M., ed.  Abroad in America; Visitors to the new nation, ed. by M. Pachter and F. Wein.  Reading MA: Addison-Wesley, 1976.

Parker, D. C.  “The atavism of Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical standard, v11 (1918/IV11) p222-224.

Parry, Hubert.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Musical times, v53 (1912) p637-639, 716, 793.

Pelham, Gabrielle.  “Department for the Community Civic Center” in The music master, v2n5 (1920/III) p7-8.

Phillips, Theodore De Witt.  The life and musical compositions of S. Coleridge-Taylor.  Graduate paper (M.M.)  Oberlin Conservatory, 1935.  162, xp.

Pisani, Michael V.  “Hiawatha, Longfellow, Robert Stoeple, and an early musical setting of Hiawatha” in American music, v16n1 (1998/Spring) p45-85.

Reed, E. M. G.  “Interview with Mrs. Coleridge-Taylor” in Music student v9n11 (1917/VII) p320-322.

Reid, Charles.  Malcolm Sargent, a biography.  London: Hamish Hamilton, 1968.

Richards, Paul.  “A Pan-African composer? Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Africa” in Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p235-260.

Richards, Paul.  “Africa in the music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Africa, v57n4 (1987) p566-571.

Roach, Hildred.  Black American music, past and present.  Malabar FL: Robert E. Krieger Co., 1992.  2nd ed.  First ed. published with same imprint in 1985.

Rogers, Joel A.  World’s great men of color ed. by John Henrick Clarke.  New York: Collier Books; London: Collier Macmillan Publishers, 1972, v2, p146-153.  Library: Library of Congress.

Sayers, William Charles Berwick .  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, musician: His life and letters.  London: Cassell, 1915.  xiv, 328.  Dedication: Herbert A. Walters.  Library: Library of Congress.  — 2nd edition, with complete works compiled by J. H. Smithers Jackson.  London: Cassell, 1927.  xv, 331p.  Library: Library of Congress.  — Chicago: Afro-Am Press, 1969.  xiv, 328p.  Foreword by Blyden Jackson.  Library: Library of Congress.

Schaeffer, Karen A.  Maud Powell, legendary American violinist, by Karen A, Schaffer and Neva Garner Greenwood.  Ames IO: Iowa State University, 1988; Arlington: Maud Powell Foundation, 1994 (Women in music).

Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe.  History, condition, and prospects of the Indian tribes of the United States. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1856. — on line: University of Alberta Library.

Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe.  Personal memoirs of a residence of thirty years with the Indian tribes on the American frontiers.  Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo & Co., 1851.

Self, Geoffrey.  “Coleridge-Taylor and the orchestra” Black music research journal, v21n2 (2001/Fall) p261-281.

Self, Geoffrey.  Hiawatha man; The life and work of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.  Aldershot UK: Scolar Press, 1995.

Simms, L. M.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Black composer” in The crisis, v78 (1971/XI) p291-292.

Skowronski, Jo Ann.  Black music in America; A bibliography.  Metuchen: Scarecrow Press, 1981.

Slonimsky, Nicolas.  “Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel” in Baker’s biographical dictionary of musicians.  New York: Schirmer Books, 1978, p336-337.

Smith, Eric Ledell.  Blacks in opera; An encyclopedia of people and companies, 1873-1993.  Jefferson NC: McFarland & Co., 1995.

Southern, Eileen.  Biographical dictionary of Afro-American and African musicians.  Westport: Greenwood Press, 1982 (Greenwood encyclopedia of Black music).

Southern, Eileen.  Readings in Black American music.  New York: W. W. Norton, 1971.

Southern, Eileen.  The music of Black Americans; A history.  3rd ed.  New York: W.W. Norton, 1997.

Sprigge, S. S.  “Copyright and the case of Coleridge-Taylor” in English review (1913/II) p446-453.

St. Laurent, Phillip.  “The Negro in world history: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor” in Tuesday Magazine (1968/X) p10-11.

Stanford, Charles Villiers.  Pages from an unwritten diary.  London: Edward Arnold, 1914.

Storer, H. J.  “S. Coleridge Taylor, a sketch” in Negro music journal, v1 (1902) p3-4.

Stradling, Robert.  The English musical renaissance, 1860-1940; construction and deconstruction, by Robert Stradling and Merion Hughes.  New York: Routledge, 1993.

Temperley, Nicholas.  “Thomas Attwood Walmsley” in The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians.  London: Macmillan, 1980, v20, p182-184.

Thompson, Jewel.  “Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel” in International dictionary of Black composers, ed. Samuel A,. Floyd, Jr.  Chicago: Fitzroy-Dearborn Publishers, 1999, v1, p275-285.

Thompson, Jewel.  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, the development of his compositional sttyle.  Graduate paper (Ph.D.) University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music, 1981. — Metuchen: Scarecrow Press, 1994.

Tortolano, William.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, 1875-1912” in Music; The AGO and RCCO magazine, v9n8 (August 1975) p25-27.

Tortolano, William.  Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Anglo-Black composer, 1875-1912.  Metuchen:  Scarecrow Press, 1977.  xiii, 223p.  Library: Library of Congress.  — 2nd ed., rev.

Turner, Walter James.  Music and life.  London: Metuchen & Co., 1921.

Vail, J. H.  Litchfield  County Choral Union, 1900-1912.  2 vols.  Norfolk CT: The Litchfield County University Club, 1912.

Walker, Ernest.  History of music in England.  2nd ed.  London:  Oxford University Press, 1924; New York: W. W. Norton, 1971.

White, Clarence Cameron.  “An appreciation of Coleridge-Taylor” in New York age (1912/IX/26).  Reprinted in The Black perspective in music, v9 (1981/Spring) ]56-57.

White, Clarence Cameron.  “S. Coleridge-Taylor; Tribute to a friend and former pupil” in Washington bee (1912/IX/28) p15.

Williams, C. Lee.  Annals of the Three Choirs of Gloucester, Hereford, and Worcester, continuation of progress from 1895-1923, by C. Lee Williams and H. Goodwin Chance.  Glouchester: Chance & Bland, n.d.

Young, Percy Marshall.  “Anglo-Black” in Musical times (1977) p821.

Young, Percy Marshall.  “Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, 1875-1912” in Musical times, v116, n159 (1975/VIII) p703-705.

Young, Percy Marshall.  A history of British music.  New York: W. W. Norton, 1967.

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  1. Velma Coleridge-Taylor says:

    My name is Velma Coleridge-Taylor from Sierra Leone, West Africa and I am trying to find out more about Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s children. I was told that my grandfather George ColeridgeTaylor is a desendant of his. How many children did he have and were they in Sierra Leone?

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