Yamekraw (Negro Rhapsody)


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  1. Nit

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    Feb 07,  · Johnson's piece is called "Yamekraw, A Negro Rhapsody." It has some of the same exuberent bubble and bounce you might know from the Gershwin and it makes a fascinating counterpoint to "Rhapsody in.
  2. Gokazahn

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    Yamekraw - a Negro Rhapsody (Part 1) James P. Johnson. From the Album January 1, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now.
  3. Voodoozshura

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    Feb 27,  · Yamekraw (A Negro Rhapsody) · Marco Fumo Joplin: Treemonisha Overture / Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue / Johnson: A Negro Rhapsody / Ellington: New World A-Comin' ℗ Dynamic Released on:
  4. Jurn

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    Jan 01,  · Yamekraw - a Negro Rhapsody - Part 1, a song by James P. Johnson on Spotify Yamekraw - a Negro Rhapsody - Part 1 By James P. Johnson • 1 song, Music Duration: 2 min.
  5. JoJonris

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    Apr 02,  · His Yamekraw: A Negro Rhapsody () for piano with an orchestral accompaniment by American composer William Grant Still (–) is presented in its complete final form (WPR). Incidentally it was Johnson’s protégé pianist Fats Waller (–) who gave the premiere.
  6. Kar

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    Prof. Dominique-René de Lerma of Lawrence University in Wisconsin explains the origin of Johnson's neglected classical work Yamekraw: A Negro Rhapsody, “Written in celebration of a black community on the outskirts of Savannah, Yamekraw: A Negro Rhapsody () was first performed by Fats Waller in a Carnegie Hall concert organized by William C. Handy.
  7. Fenrijora

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    Jul 30,  · The most pretentious number of the evening was termed a Negro Rhapsody, Yamekraw, written by James P. Johnson, and evidently, from the name, intended to typify life in the old Yamecraw section of Savannah, Ga. Fats Waller was again featured at the piano (review in The New York Age on the 5th of May, ).
  8. Vukinos

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    Feb 16,  · Written in celebration of a black community on the outskirts of Savannah, Yamekraw: A Negro Rhapsody () was first performed by Fats Waller in a Carnegie Hall concert organized by William C. Handy. It seems most likely that Johnson's relative inexperience in orchestral writing prompted him to ask William Grant Still to rework the score in
  9. Arasho

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    Later in the s, Still served as the arranger of Yamekraw, a "Negro Rhapsody" composed by the Harlem stride pianist James P. Johnson. In the s Still worked as an arranger of popular music, writing for Willard Robison 's Deep River Hour and Paul Whiteman's Old Gold Show, both popular NBC Radio broadcasts.

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