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Notes: Andrew Tait on SCT Chamber Concert, 28 Jan 2012

Andrew Tait writes: I would like to bring to your attention some concert details for your list of events in this special year. Andrew Tait and Friends Saturday 28th Jan 2012

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Notes: Toby Lyles on William Grant Still WKCR-FM Concert

Toby Lyles writes: The music of composer William Grant Still was featured on the “Saturday Night at the Opera playlist of 01/21/2012” of Columbia University‚Äôs WKCR-FM. Still admired and was influenced by the works of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.

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Queries: Limited instrumentation works by SCT?

I would love to be able to include at least one of Samuel Coleridge Taylor’s works in celebration of his centenary. The problem is that I am limited to a classical size orchestra (2222 4200, timps, strings).

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Notes: Luke Green on ‘By the Waters of Babylon’

Luke Green writes: My choir in Australia learned the beautiful ‘By the Waters of Babylon’ as an anthem. Really touching music.

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Notes: Cumbria Choral Initiative SCT Concert, 28 July 2012

On July 28th 2012 the Cumbria Choral Initiative is to perform the entire Song of Hiawatha as the opening concert for the Lake District Summer Music Festival in the Coronation Hall in Ulverston, Cumbria. We are excited about this project, … Continue reading

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Notes: Chumki Banerjee on ‘discovering’ Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Chumki Banerjee writes about The Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Foundation: Uncovering long lost musical jewels, the quest continues

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