The Music of Langston Hughes

In Time of Silver Rain – SATB divisi


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In Time of Silver Rain

Contemporary Choral

Celebrate the new life that spring brings in this work that is based on a Langston Hughes text and features a baritone soloist, call and response phrases between upper and lower voices, and finally a layered gospel-style section with sopranos floating on top with the text “in time of silver rain when spring and life are new.”

A companion work to “When Storms Arise” (HL08711567) and “Didn’t It Rain” (HL08711568). Duration: ca. 4:00.

Some Reflection on Langston Hughes & In Time of Sliver Rain

Langston Hughes, a prominent African American poet, was born in 1902, leaving an indelible mark on American literature. His poem “In Time of Silver Rain” reflects his lyrical and profound style.”In Time of Silver Rain” celebrates the beauty and resilience of life, even in the face of adversity. Hughes uses vivid imagery and rhythmic language to convey the idea that hope and renewal can be found even in the darkest of times.Hughes, a leading figure of the Harlem Renaissance, was known for his ability to capture the essence of the African American experience. “In Time of Silver Rain” is a testament to his enduring talent and his commitment to addressing themes of identity and social justice through his poetry.

This timeless poem continues to inspire readers with its message of hope and reminds us of Langston Hughes’ enduring influence on American literature.

Product Details

  •  #HL 08711566
  •  884088645984
  •  6.75″
  •  10.5″
  •  0:04:00
  •  12 Pages

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The Music of Langston Hughes

Inspired by his messages of justice, freedom, and the hope that a brighter future lies ahead, notable composers and arrangers have beautifully coupled Langston Hughes' passionate words with equally captivating music.

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