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Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson (1932-2004), named for the black Romantic-era composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, had wide-ranging musical interests. He composed classical works, but also worked as a jazz pianist and wrote film scores as well as pop arrangements for the likes of Marvin Gaye and Harry Belafonte. His classical concert music fuses Baroque counterpoint and Romantic era expression with elements of the blues, jazz, and spirituals in a strikingly contemporary sound.
Perkinson's ''Movement for String Trio'' was published posthumously in 2021. This short but profound work is written in the style of a Baroque air and is the composer's final composition. For intermediate-advanced players.