The first movement of Two Suffrage Songs is an adaptation of the spiritual Jesus, Won't You Come by Here? in which the singers call out for others to join the cause. A jaunty
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Women's Bands in America is the first comprehensive exploration of women's bands across the three centuries in American history. Contributors trace women's emerging roles in society as seen through
This second movement of Two Suffrage Songs is based on the spiritual Sit Down, Sister! The upbeat nature of the music reflects the energy and motivation of the strong women
"Shout! Shout! Up with your song!" The battle anthem of the British women's suffrage movement, this stirring piece expresses women's strength and solidarity in wider struggles, "shoulder to shoulder and
The March of the Women is a song composed by Ethel Smyth in 1910. It became the official anthem of the Women's Social and Political Union, a leading organization in the women's suffrage
Ethel Smyth, 1858-1944, Sidcup, Kent, England. An English composer and a member of the women's suffrage movement. Her compositions include songs, works for piano, chamber music, orchestral works, choral
The March of the Women is a song composed by Ethel Smyth in 1910. It became the official anthem of the Women's Social and Political Union, a leading organization in the women's suffrage movement.
We Are All Bound Up Together is the stand alone interlude from Lifting As We Climb, a 30 minute choral narrative scored for women's choir, speakers (6) piano, drum kit and alto sax.