Piano Music of Africa and the African Diaspora Vol. 2 [Pet:9780193868236]

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Piano Music of Africa and the African Diaspor.
Edited by Chapman Nyaho, William H.
Piano (Solo).

Intermediate: for solo piano<br/ > From the influences of the Southern US and the Caribbean to the Igbo people of Africa, this second volume truly represents the music of Africa and its Diaspora. This intermediate-level volume features more jazz and syncopated pieces that are both reflective and dance-like. Performance notes and composer biographies are also provided.
Laurindo Almeida: Lament in Tremelo Form * Ulysses Kay: Invention No. 2 * Nathaniel Dett: Honey * Joshua Uzoigwe: Nigerian Dance No. 1 * Wallace M. Cheatham: Prelude No. 1 'Joshua fit the Battle of Jericho' * Wallace M. Cheatham: Prelude No. 2 'Poor Mourner's Got a Home' * Christian Onyeji: Oga * Amadeo Roldan y Gardes: Preludio Cubano * Florence B. Price: Silk Hat and Walking Cane * John W. Work III: At a Certain Church * J.H. Kwabena Nketia: Volta Fantasy * Akin Euba: Igbá Kerin - Àwon Abàmi Eye * Akin Euba: Igbá Kìnní - Akèrè gbè Baba Emu * Alain Pierre Pradel: Pomme Cannelle * Halim El-Dabh: Basseet * Halim El-Dabh: Nim Nawakht * Eleanor Alberga: If the Silver Bird Could Speak.

Piano (Solo) - Easy.

Level of Difficulty: B-C (easy - moderately difficult).
Format: Sheet Music.
Published by Oxford.
Distributed by Edition Peters.
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