Episode from the podcastClassical Classroom

Classical Classroom Research Presentation: It’s Black History Month!

Released Saturday, 22nd February 2014
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It's Black History Month! Time to learn about all of the amazing contributions that black people have made to classical music. Pay close attention because we had to talk really, really fast to fit this many people into a short. PS, You can check out our timeline of black classical music contributors in the "Raise Your Hand" section of our webpage.
Audio production by Todd "Troubled Island" Hulslander with barely audible suggestions from Dacia Clay.
Thanks to MusicLab intern Princeton Miles for lending his dulcet tones to this episode. Thanks also to St. John Flynn and Daniel Webbon for their contributions to our timeline, and to Daniel for his music research minioning.
Music in this episode includes:
– Ludwig van Beethoven, Violin Sonata No. 9 (Kreutzer Sonata)
– Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Hiawatha's Wedding Feast
– William Grant Still, Symphony No. 1, "Afro-American"
– George T Walker, Jr., Lilacs for voice and orchestra
– Wynton Marsalis, from Blood on the Fields

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11m 58s
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