Hiawatha's Wedding Feast Opus 30 No. 1 1898
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|File:||colhia.nwc (August 2003) 103 kB|
|Full name of work:||Hiawatha's Wedding Feast Opus 30 No. 1 1898|
|Composer:||Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel (1875-1912)|
|Lyricist:||Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882)|
|First line:||You shall hear how Pau-Puk-Keewis, how the handsome Yanadizze, danced at Hiawatha's wedding.|
|Music category:||Classical romantic|
|Name of file creator:||Richard Woodroffe|
|e-mail address:||richard "dot" woodroffe "at" tinyonline "dot" co "dot" uk|
|Comments:||Uses Boxmarks.ttf and Crescendo.ttf|
Hiawatha - the great prophet of the Iroquois Confederation.
He probably lived about AD 1570 . He recognised the fact that internal dissension and petty feuds were the greatest of evils that preyed on the Red Indian nations. He therefore founded the Iroquois league, a league of nations that aimed at general peace and well being, substituting a tribunal of justice to settle disputes in place of war.
Opus 30 No 1,Hiawatha's Wedding is the first of a trilogy by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor. The second and third parts are 'The Death of Minihaha' and 'Hiawatha's Departure'.
First of the trilogy from 'Scenes from the song of Hiawatha'
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