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Ellington-Horton, Carman Moore and Kirke Mechem at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Oct. 4th

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IT WAS IN 1973 DUKE ELLINGTON CHOSE RANDALL KEITH HORTON TO SUCCEED BILLY STRAYHORN

On Sunday, October 4th at 7:00PM, Jazz at Lincoln Center Rose Theater presents the premier of A HREF=http:www.randallkeithhorton.com TARGENT=blank>Randall Keith Horton's Ellington-Horton full-length orchestral tone poem, “Black, Brown And Beige." Hear distinguished composer Carman Moore, and Kirke Mechem, the dean of American choral composers! Moore's “Gospel Fuse" and Mechem's “Songs Of The Slave" (the suite from his opera, John Brown) are world-famous compositions that will also receive their NYC premieres!

Premik Russell Tubbs will be the soprano sax soloist for Carman Moore's “Gospel Fuse."

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