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Peter Henderson , works for piano by Fred Onovwerosuoke - Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms

Peter Henderson , works for piano by Fred Onovwerosuoke - Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms

Performer: Peter Henderson , works for piano by Fred Onovwerosuoke
Title: Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms
Released: 2015
Cat#: AGCD 2504
Country: US
Label: African Music Publishers Records
Size MP3 version: 1312 mb
Size FLAC version: 1750 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Classical

Peter Henderson , works for piano by Fred Onovwerosuoke - Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms


Tracklist

1Study XVII - Mbira3:11
2Study II - Edo1:25
3Study XII - Agbadza1:35
4Study XIII - Exhortation1:56
5Study Xxiii - Sanza1:23
6Study XVI - Rooster2:32
7Study IV - Tunis2:08
8Study VIII - Aye Dance 11:17
9Study XX - Miners' Chorus1:55
10Study XI - Aye Dance 32:00
11Study III - Udje1:33
12Study XXI - Manding Meditation3:18
13Study V - Jali1:36
14Study X - Barka2:58
15Study Xxii - Bakweri Dance1:58
16Study VII - Herero Dance1:32
17Study XIV - Esato2:15
18Study XV - Mother Earth2:25
19Study VI - Iroro1:51
20Study I - Okoye1:40
21Study XVIII - Pende4:03
22Study IX - Aye Dance 20:35
23Study XIX - Raging River Dance 11:19
24Study Xxiv - Raging River Dance 22:15

Notes

Solo Piano

Barcodes

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Album

24 Studies in African Rhythms, for piano. Fred Onovwerosuoke. Peter Henderson. 01: Henderson. Classical , 2015. By Fred Onovwerosuoke. Study III - Udje. Study IV - Tunis. Study V - Jali. Study VI - Iroro. Study VII - Herero Dance. Study VIII - Aye Dance 1. Study IX - Aye Dance 2. Now playing: Tones and I Dance Monkey. Радио mCm. U2 With or Without You. Апекс - Breeze. By Peter Henderson. 2015 , 24 songs. More by Peter Henderson. French Album. On Top Of The World. Running Speed Up. More Peter Henderson. Listen to Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms now. Peter Henderson: все альбомы, включая Twenty-Four Studies in African Studies in African Rhythms: III. Study No. 15 'Mother Earth' - Rebeca Omordia. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Twenty Four Studies in African Rhythms - Volume I composed by Fred Onovwerosuoke. For Piano Solo. 21st Century, Jazz, Etudes and Exercises, World, African. African Music Publishers AMP1225. Published by African Music Publishers . These kinetic pieces easily get under ones skin and they sound like they are fun to play. American Record Guide MayJune 2009 issue Onovwerosuoke's rhythmic language would be worthy of analysis by students of the long process by which a common African-American language, musical and verbal, evolved out of the. Onovwerosuoke founded the St. Louis African Chorus in 1993 now African Musical Arts, Inc. with a mission, according to the organization's website to foster a better understanding of Africa's cultures through the musical arts. Shortly afterwards, a quick succession of works were published, including his Twenty-Four Studies in African Rhythms, Volume I African Music Publishers, 2007, Songs of Africa: 22 Pieces for Mixed Voices Oxford University Press, 2008, and in the CDs, African Arts Music for Flute by flutist Wendy Hymes and pianist Darryl Hollister, ASA: Piano Music by. Ищете треки из альбома Ekele: Piano Music by African Composers исполнителя Fred Onovwerosuoke Тогда заходите на наш сайт - слушайте музыку онлайн и скачивайте бесплатно. 24 Studies in African Rhythms: V. 11 'Ayevwiomo Dance 3' Fred Onovwerosuoke, Rebeca Omordia. 24 Studies In African Rhythms: VIII. 24 'Raging River Dance 2' Fred Onovwerosuoke, Rebeca Omordia. The work of Fred Onovwerosuoke, conductor, administrator, and composer has become quite well known and warmly respected in recent decades. While working his way through college, among his piano students were those who wanted less worn-our repertoire. These were gathered together as Twenty-four studies in African rhythms and published in two handsome volumes in 2011 by African Music Publishers 3547 Olive Street, Suite 110, St. Louis MO 63103, enhanced by the composer's informative preface in either volume, he explains the generating idea for each work with introductory notes by Mark Boozer, Darryl Hollister, William C. Nyaho