Harvey Enders scores

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Harvey Enders (1892-1947) was an American composer and arranger of mostly popular and folk songs, and vocal pieces in the manner of African-American spirituals. He composed a dramatic song narrative for baritone and orchestra, “Death in Harlem,” based on the poem by Langston Hughes, which was performed in 1942. The collection contains annotated manuscript and printed versions of the score of “Death in Harlem,” and an annotated, autographed typescript of the original poem, as well as several songs and arrangements composed by Enders.

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MP.0023.01

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