Betty Roe: Madam's Three Callers (Soprano/Cello)

Betty Roe: Madam's Three Callers (Soprano/Cello)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello, Mezzo-Soprano (VLC/M)
Skill Level: Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Betty Roe
Catalogue #: TH978056
This Item Earns 9 Musicroom Points

Description

Contemporary English composer, singer and Vocal coach Betty Roe is best known for her church and Choral music, revue songs, music for schools and solo songs like these. This group of three songs sets poems of Langston Hughes concerning the feisty Alberta K Johnson who successfully sees off the census man, the minister and Death himself when they come calling. Roe has set the three texts in bluesy, jazzy style with delightful, sliding and sinister tones to suggest the threat of death. While the score calls for Soprano, the highest note is F sharp and the lowest an F below middle C with quite a lot fo time spent in the lower register. A mezzo-Soprano would find this trio of works well within range.



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Madam and the Census Man
Madam And The Minister
Madam and the Wrong Visitor

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Published on: Not specified
Format: Vocal Work
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Thames Publishing

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