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Title
Dears Mrs. Parks
Performer
Hannibal Lokumbe 1948- (componist;trompet) Janice Chandler  (sopraan) Jevetta Steele  (mezzosopraan) Kevin Deas  (bas-bariton) Rackham Symphony Choir  (koor) Brazeal Dennard Chorale Detroit Symphony Orchestra  (orkest)
Conductor
Thomas Wilkins
Publisher
Naxos, 2010
1 cd
Recording date
Live 2009
Playing time
00:59:06
EAN
0636943966822
CDR
DBX9564
Placing suggestion
31 - Missen, oratoria, cantates, passionen, ... (NBLC) K6 - Koorwerken (Flemish music schema)

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About Hannibal Lokumbe

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Hannibal Lokumbe (born Marvin Peterson on November 11, 1948) is an American jazz trumpeter.

Career

A native of Smithville, Texas, United States, he is sometimes known by the name "Hannibal". In the late 1960s, he attended North Texas State University for two years, then moved to New York City and went on tour with Rahsaan Roland Kirk. He became a member of the Gil Evans orchestra, an association that lasted through the 1980s, and worked with Roy Haynes and Pharoah Sanders. As the leader of the Sunrise Orchestra, he played koto and trumpet. His debut solo album, Children of the Fire, was released in 1974.

Awards and honors

  • Fellow Award in Music from United States Artists, 2009

Discography

As leader