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From Bach to Florence Price, this music embodies a feeling of deep, reverential love.

Adoration is a reverential love that can be religious, romantic, familial, or a general sense of the love and respect that we want to cultivate in our lives. This emotional thread ties together the program, which, in keeping with Kyle Walker’s Bach to BlackNotes project, juxtaposes the works of Bach with music we find equally wonderful, but which has unfortunately fallen through the cracks of music history.

J.S. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in A Major, BWV 1015 (14 min)

Florence Price: Adoration, arr. Elaine Fine for violin and piano (3.5 min)

William Grant Still: Summerland (3.5 min)

Joseph Bologne: Sonata in B flat Major, I. Allegro (4.5 min)

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, arranged by Maud Powell: Deep River (4.5 min)

J.S. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord in E Major, BWV 1016 (16 min)

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