Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

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Remembered today as the composer of the once enormously popular cantata Hiawatha's Wedding Feast, the career and music of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor are -- more, even, than Elgar's -- emblematic of the Edwardian…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Negro Melodies (24) for piano, Op. 59/1 1904 Keyboard
Petite Suite de Concert, for orchestra (or piano), Op. 77 1910 Orchestral
Hiawatha's Wedding Feast Miscellaneous (Classical)
Scenes From "The Song of Hiawatha" for chorus & orchestra, Op 30 1898 Choral
Deep River, for piano (Negro Melodies), Op. 59/10 Keyboard
Othello, suite for orchestra, Op 79 Orchestral
Violin Concerto in G minor, Op. 80 1912 Concerto
Characteristic Waltzes (4) for orchestra, Op 22 Orchestral
She rested by the broken brook Miscellaneous (Classical)
Three-Fours, valse suite for piano, Op 71 Keyboard
Sons of the Sea 1909 Vocal Music
Life and Death, for voice & piano Vocal Music
African Dances (4), for violin & piano, Op. 58 1904 Chamber Music
Quintet for clarinet & strings in F sharp minor, Op 10 1895 Chamber Music
Romance for violin & orchestra in G major Concerto
Elegy 1902 Choral
Symphony in A minor Symphony
Impromptus (3) for organ, Op. 78 Keyboard
Romance of the Prairie Lilies Op.39 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Thou art risen, my beloved Miscellaneous (Classical)
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