Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) was a British classical composer who is best known for his composition Hiawatha's Wedding Feast.
Coleridge-Taylor's father was African and his mother British. He was first trained as a violin student with a local musician in England, which led to his enrolment in the Royal College of Music in 1890. Instead of continuing his studies in violin, however, Coleridge-Taylor focused on composition, in which subject he was mentored by Charles Villiers Stanford.
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|2||Play on spotify||Deep River||129 listeners|
|3||Children's Intermezzo||53 listeners|
|4||Willow Song||47 listeners|
|5||Romance of the Prairie Lilies||42 listeners|
|6||Scenes From The Song Of Hiawatha, Op. 30: Hiawatha Overture||42 listeners|
|7||Petite Suite De Concert, Op. 77: II. Demande Et Reponse||40 listeners|
|8||The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner||40 listeners|
|10||Valse Bohemienne||35 listeners|