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Piano Music of Africa and the African Diaspora Volume 3
Editor:  William H. Chapman Nyaho
Subtitle: Early Advanced
Forces or Category: Solo piano
Details: for solo piano
The third volume for early advanced pianists explores even more genres than the first two volumes, such as elements of Tango and Haitian Merengue music. 'Cell Phone Blues' is derived from pop music and Jazz. This volume also includes spirituals and African folksongs. Performance notes and composer biographies are provided as well.
Contents:  John W. Work II: Take Me Back
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor: Deep River
Ludovic Lamothe: La Dangereuse
R. Nathaniel Dett: Juba Dance
Oswald Russell: Jamaican Dance No. 2
Wallace M. Cheatham: Prelude No. 3
Howard Swanson: The Cuckoo
Akin Euba: Scenes from Traditional Life No. 1
Andrés Wheatly: Scherzino
Florence B. Price: Nimble Feet
Howard Swanson: Cell Phone Blues
Oswald Russell: Papillons
Gamal Abdel-Rahim: Variations on an Egyptian Folksong
Publication Date: May 29 2008
Level of Difficulty: C
Number of pages:64
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