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Dark Triumph: The Life of Victoria Lancaster Smith

Dark Triumph: The Life of Victoria Lancaster Smith by Cecilia Smith buy album

Cecilia Smith

Label: CEA Music Company
Released: 2006
Views: 951

Track Listing

Black Spring, Spring: The Darkest Child, Seating By Color, Too Light A Negro For Me: A Love Story, New Births:Spring, Grief And Disasters; An African American In Rio Frio Costa Rica; From Confusion To Order: Spring; Dark Triumph!

Personnel

Cecilia Smith

vibraphone

Additional Personnel / Information

Victoria Lancaster Smith: narration; Cecilia Smith: composer, vibraphone; Carlton Holmes: piano, keyboards; Lonnie Plaxico: bass; Montez Coleman: drums; Bruce Williams: soprano sax; Ferai Malainga: percussion; Elon Robin Dixon: vocalist, voice over; Members of the Boys Choir of Harlem: Elijah Eagle, Joshua White, Shane Jerman, Joshua Smith, Corey Warren: voices; String Section conducted by Cecilia Smith.


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