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Dorothy Maynor With Unaccompanied Male Choir* - Negro Spirituals (Shellac, Album)

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  1. American soprano, born 3 September in Norfolk, Virginia and died 19 February in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Norfolk’s Dorothy Maynor was the first black artist to perform in Washington’s Constitution Hall, and sang at the presidential inaugurations of Harry S .
  2. Feb 24,  · Dorothy Maynor, a highly regarded soprano recitalist who founded the Harlem School of the Arts, died on Monday at the Chester County Hospital in West Chester, Pa. She was 85 .
  3. Music in the United States The African-American music tradition comprises many different genres and forms, including spirituals, work songs, blues, gospel music, jazz, and popular music. Each genre includes a complex of subdivisions and is associated with a specific cultural function, social context, and historical period. Despite these distinguishing factors, the various genres exist as part.
  4. Dorothy Maynor with Unaccompanied Male Choir originally recorded Go Tell It on the Mountain written by [Traditional] and Dorothy Maynor with Unaccompanied Male Choir released it on the album Negro Spirituals in It was also covered by Ann-Margret, Voices by the Sea, Wylie Gustafson, Al Perkins and other artists.
  5. - Men. Blaenavon Male Choir. Blaenavon Male Voice Choir was officially formed in and so this year () we are celebrating our centenary, however there is evidence to show that men gathered in Blaenavon to sing in harmony as far back as (so we could be a .
  6. Library of Congress, Music Division: LCM (on spine: CLC-1). Recorded in recital at the Library of Congress Coolidge Auditorium, Dec. 18, "The Librarian of Congress and the Gertrude Clarke Whittall Foundation present A festival of music, commemorating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the proclamation of the thirteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States, The Coolidge.
  7. Tags: Professional, Jazz, Gospel, A cappella, Classical, Folk/Ethnic, Sacred, Mixed, Vocal Group, Youth choir, Negro spirituals, jamaica - 1, views - added November 12, Les Chantres Musiciens Founded in by their current Artistic Director Gilbert Patenaude, Les Chantres Musiciens is a choir of young men aged 17 to 29 who hail from.
  8. Mar 15,  · Negro Spirituals: The Concert Tradition, () Frémeaux & Associés FA CD, selections by sopranos Ellabelle Davis and Dorothy Maynor, contraltos Marian Anderson and Evelyn Dove, tenors Jules Bledsoe and Roland Hayes, baritone John Payne, and .

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