William grant still summerland


Municipal Corporation. An incorporated political subdivision of a state that is composed of the citizens of a designated geographic area and which performs certain state functions on a local level and possesses such powers as are conferred upon it by the state. William Grant Still's most often performed piano work, THREE VISIONS, which contains the original version of the timeless piece, SUMMERLAND. Still's most often performed piano work, THREE VISIONS, which contains the original version of the timeless piece, SUMMERLAND, and includes discussion by concert pianist Mark Boozer. Greg McCallum (b.1964) Hymn Quilt (1998) Kenneth Frazelle (b.1955) Blue Ridge Airs I (1988) Julie Harris (b.1948) American Triptych (2000) William Grant Still (1895-1978) Summerland (from Three Visions) (1936) Frederic Rzewski (b.1938) Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues (1979) MSR Classics William Grant Still (1895-1978) has often been termed the patriarchal figure in Black music and was the first Afro-American composer to secure extensive publication and significant performances.