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Hyphenated Identity: The Life and Music of Arkansas-native Florence Price

Performance and Discussion, Presented by APO and Blake St. 

 Explore the life and music of Arkansas native, Florence B. Price, through an account of her life (1887-1953) in Little Rock, Boston and Chicago alongside a live performance of her works for violin and piano. Er-Gene Kahng, violin and Nathan Carterette, piano will explore her varied musical style ranging from arrangements of traditional spirituals to the high art tradition of Western Classical music, which comprised her musical hyphenated identity. 

 "Three Negro Spirituals for Violin and Piano" 

 1. O Holy Lord 

2. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child 

 3. Lord, I Want to be a Christian 

 "Fantasy for Violin and Piano" (1940) 

Based on the folksong "I'm Working on my Building" 

 "Fantasy for Violin and Piano" (1933) 

 "Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Orchestra" (1952) 

with piano reduction by Florence Price


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