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Women's History Month

Women in History and Classical Music

How women in world history – Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II, Aphra Behn, Joan of Arc, Emmeline Pankhurst, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Sojourner Truth, Rosa Parks, and Grace Hopper – inspired classical music compositions.

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Women's History Month 1: Women in History and Classical Music
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Switched on Bach: Brandenburg Concerto #3
Rosa Parks Boulevard
Truth: “Lord God Almighty, this is Bell”
The King and I: “Small House of Uncle Thomas”
The Mother of Us All: “The Vote!”
The March of the Women
The Maid of Orleans: “Adieu, for??ts”
Abdelazar: Rondeau
Gloriana: Courtly Dances
As Vesta was from Latmos Hill Descending
Giulio Cesare: “Panger?? la sorte mia”

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#1. Which woman from history inspired a composer to write an opera about her?

#2. Which Queen of England was also a musician?

#3. Wendy Carlos used what non-instrument to play Bach's music?

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