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Celebrate Black History Month!
This month we're proud to highlight our resource guide to African-American Women Composers!On this resource page, we invite you to delve into the fascinating lives and music of a selection of African-American women composers through photographs, biographies and works lists.
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"Peace" was commissioned by Jennifer Morgan Flory and the Georgia College Women's Ensemble for their April 12, 2014 concert at First Baptist Church, Milledgeville, Georgia. The theme of the concert was "Echoes of Peace, Visions of Hope."
Written ca. 1151, the Ordo Virtutum is a powerful and moving music drama. The Ordo combines music, drama and ritual and chronicles the downfall of everyman/everywoman whose imperfection is part of our humanity. Optional stage directions are provided in this edition.
More than twenty selections from a wide variety of composers - from early 20th Century composers such as Florence Price and Margaret Bonds to more contemporary composers such as Tania León. An unparalleled resource!