Tag Archives: Black History Month

Tone Poem Tuesday

It’s February and Black History Month, a time when I try to spotlight works by Black composers. We start this time with Hannah Kendall, a British composer born in 1984. From her website bio: Known for her attentive arrangements and … Continue reading

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From the Books: NO NAME IN THE STREET, James Baldwin

I have just finished reading James Baldwin’s powerful essay-book No Name in the Street, in which Baldwin describes his early life and his encounters later with many figures, some seminal and some less-so, and how he relates all of this to … Continue reading

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