Glenn Burleigh (b. Guthrie, Oklahoma, July 5, 1949; d. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, December 11, 2007) was born into a family of ministers. He was a renowned pianist, conductor, composer and clinician. Burleigh’s music has been performed in churches and on the classical concert stage, also making an appearance in the movie remake of “The Preacher’s Wife” starring Denzel Washington. Burleigh was best known for his ability to take disparate musical styles and weave them together.
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