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Piano Music of Africa and the African Diaspora - Volume 3

Early Advanced

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Solo piano - Level C (moderately difficult)
Early Advanced. Edited by William H. Chapman Nyaho. Piano Music of the African Diaspora. Collection. 64 pages. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193868243).

Item Number: OU.9780193868243

ISBN 9780193868243.

For solo piano The third volume for early advanced pianists explores even more genres than the first two volumes, such as elements of Tango and Haitian Merengue music. 'Cell Phone Blues' is derived from pop music and Jazz. This volume also includes spirituals and African folksongs. Performance notes and composer biographies are provided as well.

  • Take Me Back  Composed by John W. Work II
  • Deep River  Composed by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
  • La Dangereuse  Composed by Ludovic Lamothe
  • Juba Dance  Composed by R. Nathaniel Dett
  • Jamaican Dance No. 2  Composed by Oswald Russell
  • Prelude No. 3  Composed by Wallace M. Cheatham
  • The Cuckoo  Composed by Howard Swanson
  • Scenes from Traditional Life No. 1  Composed by Akin Euba
  • Scherzino  Composed by Andres Wheatly
  • Nimble Feet  Composed by Florence B. Price
  • Cell Phone Blues  Composed by Howard Swanson
  • Papillons  Composed by Oswald Russell
  • Variations on an Egyptian Folksong  Composed by Gamal Abdel-Rahim