Tayloe Harding, Seven Churches of Easter, Richmond 1984 (2002)

Seven Churches of Easter, Richmond 1984 (2002), Tayloe Harding

The Seven Churches of Easter, Richmond 1984 (2002) was commissioned by the Amherst, Chicago, and Ancia Saxophone Quartets. The Seven Churches is scored for traditional saxophone quartet and is in seven movements, each dedicated to a different episcopal church in Richmond, VA. The work is inspired by the composer’s visits to each of these seven churches during the seven weeks of the Easter season following the death of his father in 1984. Read more »

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