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My Cup Runneth Over: The Complete Piano Works of R. Nathaniel Dett

Label: Navona Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD1: Magnolia; In the Bottoms; Enchantment; Nepenthe and the Muse; Cinnamon Grove. CD2: Tropic Winter; Eight Bible Vignettes; After the Cakewalk; Cave of the Winds; Inspiration Waltzes.

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Clipper Erickson: My Cup Runneth Over: The Complete Piano Works of R. Nathaniel Dett

Read "My Cup Runneth Over:  The Complete Piano Works of R. Nathaniel Dett" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

It is infrequent that I hear music by an unfamiliar composer that is so fantastically beyond anything I have heard before that when it happens, I am convinced of the Divine. So it is with the piano music of one R. Nathaniel Dett (1882-1943). Dett was an African-American polymath who was the first black to graduate ...


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