Faculty/Student recital : Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. (2021-02-14).

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Date
2021
Main contributor
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Contributors
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.; Watson, Sachet; Wroth, Sarah; Simpson, Marietta; Wilson, Paula (Flute player); Wyrczynski, Stephen; Scarborough, Hannah; White, Carmund; Glen, Hilary, 1986-; Niekawa, Futaba, 1982-; Bishop, John (Euphonium player); Horne, Benjamin; Lorens, Jack; Sallee, Andrew; Cooper, Tyron; Jones, Alisha Lola; Forsythe, Andrew; Garcia, Fernando; Mitchell, Bryanna; Epstein, Sam; Grohmann, Jack; Ruiz, Joaquín (Dancer); Shearer, Mary Kate; Schwartz, Ariel Sol Bertulfo; Stiefel, Joseph; Edmonds, Charlie S.; Thomas, Russell (Tenor); Kim, Kyung Mi; Martínez, Alejandra Villareal; Brent Wallarab Ensemble
Publisher
Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Genres
Concert films.; Jazz.; Chamber music.; Songs.; Sermons.
Subjects
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968.; King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; Sermons; Monologues with music; Voice with instrumental ensemble; Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble; Euphonium music (Euphoniums (4)); Songs (Medium voice) with guitar; Songs (Low voice) with piano; Piano music; Songs (High voice) with piano; Jazz
Collection
Cook Music Library, Jacobs School of Music Performances
Unit
Music Library
Language
No linguistic content
Physical Description
1 online resource (streaming video files) : digital
Related Items
Program ; Audio recording 
Notes
Title from program.
Peace till we meet again "dedicated to the Black victims of legal prutality of yesterday, today, and tomorrow"--program.
Lyrics for We shall overcome included in program; audience invited to join in the performance.

Language Note

Sung and spoken in English.

Contents

Introductions and welcome (Sachet Watson, Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator, Jacobs School of Music and Eskenazi School of Art, Architecture, and Design ; Sarah Wroth, Chair, Ballet Department and Co-Chair, Diversity and Equity Committee) -- Oh, freedom! (2015). Peace till we meet again / Anthony Green ; lyrics by Amber Rose Johnson (Marietta Simpson, spoken word artist ; Paula Wilson, flute ; Stephen Wyrczynski, viola ; Hannah Scarborough, cello) -- Weary blues (1972) / Dorothy Rudd Moore ; text by Langston Hughes (Carmund White, tenor ; Hilary Glen, cello ; Futaba Niekawa, piano) -- The Lord's prayer (1935) / Albert Hay Malotte ; arr. Demondrae Thurman (Euphonium quartet (Josh Bishop, Benjamin Horne, Jack Lorens, Andrew Sallee, euphoniums) -- Blowin' in the wind (1962) / Bob Dylan (Marietta Sinpson, mezzo-soprano ; Tyron Cooper, Archives of African American Music and Culture, guitar ; faculty and student performers from the Jacobs School of Music) -- Reflections on Dr. King's sermon "Drum major instinct" (Alisha Lola Jones, Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology) -- [introduction of next work: Andrew Forsythe] -- Sometimes I feel like a motherless child  / traditional Negro spiritual ; arr. Fernando Garcia (Andrew Forsythe, bass ; Fernando Garcia, piano) -- [introduction of next work: Bryanna Mitchell] -- Never too much / Bryanna Mitchell, choreographer ; music by Luther Vandross (Sam Epstein, Jack Grohman, Joaquín Ruiz, Mary Kate Shearer, dancers) -- Reflections on the Words of Dr. King: "A creative protest ['Fill up the jails'] (Ariel Sol Betulfo Schwartz) -- [introduction of next work: Joseph Stiefel] -- Troubled water (1967) / Margaret Bonds (Joseph Stiefel, piano) -- Reflections on the words of Dr. King: "Letters from a Birmingham Jail" (Charlie Edmonds) -- [introduction of next work: Russell Thomas] -- Strange fruit (1937) / Abel Meeropol (Lewis Allan, pseudonym) (Russell Thomas, tenor ; Kyung-mi Kim, piano) -- Reflections on Dr. King's sermon "The man who was a fool" (Alejandra Villareal Martínez) -- [introduction of next work: Brent Wallarab, Oliver Nelson] -- Stolen moments / Oliver Nelson (Brent Wallarab Jazz Ensemble ; featuring Skyler Floe, trumpet ; Oliver Nelson Jr., flute) -- [introduction of next work: Marietta Simpson] -- We shall overcome / traditional American (Marietta Simpson, mezzo-soprano, piano).

Venue/Event Date

Recorded live: 2021 February 14, Auer Concert Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington.
Some works pre-recorded, various locations on and the Indiana University, Bloomington campus and in Bloomington, Indiana.
Other Identifiers
Catalog Key: 18895764; OCLC: ocn1241256105; OCLC: 1241256105; Other: vae2578

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