Related Websites

This is a list of related websites you may find useful. If you know of any other sites we should be linking to, your own or someone else’s, please get in touch and let us know about them.

100 Great Black Britons – 100 Great Black Britons – Alphabetical Listing includes Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

AfriClassical – A USA-based website on African Heritage in Classical Music

Black History USA – This site is the largest online encyclopedia and social network dedicated to Black history and culture. Users can browse our collection of African American profiles of the past, and interact with thousands of today’s Black history makers.

BlackClassics – Black Classical Musicians – The UK’s specialist agency for cultural diversity in classical and traditional music

British Music Society – The British Music Society was founded in 1979 by a group of musical enthusiasts, both amateur and professional, who believed in the need for an organisation which by its specific promotional efforts might help combat the generally indifferent attitude then widely displayed by many music lovers in this country towards their home-grown British musical tradition.

BritishBlackMusic.com – The home of British Black Music on the Web

CasaMusicaleDeLerma – CasaMusicaleDeLerma.com is dedicated to Dominique Rene S. de Lerma and is intended to be a resource for anyone looking to learn more about various areas of black music research.

Centreprise Trust Ltd – Black History Lectures with Robin Walker.

Charles Elford: Black Mahler, the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Story – Black Mahler, republished in January 2012 to mark the centenary of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s passing (1875-1912), dramatically brings to life the true story of this all but forgotten English composer.

Columbia College, Chicago, Center for Black Music Research -Founded at Columbia College Chicago in 1983, The Center for Black Music Research is the only organization of its kind. It exists to illuminate the significant role that black music plays in world culture by serving as a nexus for all who value black music.

Diverse Magazine Top 50 – After years of planning, the inaugural Diverse Magazine Top 50 Companies for Equality and Diversity will be launched in October 2012, as part of the UK’s annual Black History Month celebrations.

Does it Swing? – Jazz at the Barbican (and elsewhere).

Jeffrey Green: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, a Musical Life – Published by Pickering and Chatto in 2011.

Music-Web International – Over 200 references to Coleridge-Taylor recordings etc.

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Collective – The Collective is an unconstituted collection of individuals and organisations drawn from educators, historians, musicians, and media/music industry practitioners.

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Network – A Croydon-based (SC-T home town) website celebrating the great composer.

The African Counter – Includes a featured video of music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

World Singer Songwriters, Composer Performers – The world singer songwriters website is Manuella Essaka’s means to celebrate the unsung heroes of modern musical literature and those at the heart of the expression of “world soul”.

WorldCat Identities: Samuel Coleridge-Taylor – Overview of the ‘most widely held’ books about and compositions by SC-T.

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