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Notes: Robert Eichert on children, education and Coleridge-Taylor

Robert Eichert writes: I could not agree more about SC-T’s music telling a story and there can also be interesting background to the music. Obviously, there is Hiawatha, faithfully keeping to Longfellow’s epic poem about love and loss among native … Continue reading

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Engagement, Education And Enjoyment Together

Quite a lot of Coleridge-Taylor’s music tells a story, or refers to an interesting ‘real’ idea.  This music frequently employs attractive rhythms and lively tunes, as well as demonstrating very well the more formal aspects of composition. Is there scope … Continue reading

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Working with Coleridge-Taylor’s Music in the ‘Community’

Are there special ways in which the music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor can be used to bring people together? Does this depend on both the audience and the personal preferences of the performers, or should all music, regardless of the individual … Continue reading

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