Riding to Town (voice and piano)
Paul Laurence Dunbar, Riding to Town
(1915-1988) He received 3 degrees from the Eastman School of Music. He also studied at Howard University where he was appointed chairman of the music department. In 1942 he received a Rosenwald Fellowship in Composition and in 1977 he won first prize in the competition sponsored by Composers and Authors of America. He has one large work for organ, a trilogy for voice and piano, several spirituals and other art songs.
Kerr, Thomas H. Jr., "Riding to Town (voice and piano)" (2014). Dunbar Music Archive. 204.