Alice Parker

Alice Parker
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Short Name: Alice Parker
Full Name: Parker, Alice, 1925-
Birth Year: 1925

Wikipedia Biography

Alice Parker (born December 16, 1925) is an American composer, arranger, conductor, and teacher. She has authored five operas, eleven song-cycles, thirty-three cantatas, eleven works for chorus and orchestra, forty-seven choral suites, and more than forty hymns, all original compositions. Also to be noted are wealth of arrangements based on pre-existing folk-songs and hymns, many of which were produced in collaboration with Robert Shaw. Parker is best known for these kinds of arrangements of spirituals, mountain hymns, and folk songs, early-American hymns, and international folk-songs, most notably in French, Spanish, Hebrew, and Ladino.

Texts by Alice Parker (4)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
Como el trigo de los camposAlice Parker (Translator)Spanish5
Cristo es la peña de Horeb que está brotandoAlice Parker, n. 1925 (Translator)Spanish4
O little children, gather nearAlice Parker (Translator)English1
Somos uno en Cristo, somos unoAlice Parker (Translator)Spanish10

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