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July 07, 2008

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Congratulations on identifying the title and meaning of the William Grant Still composition "In Memoriam: The Colored Soldiers Who Died for Democracy", which was played at the holiday concert of the Grant Park Orchestra. I have linked to your post from http://AfriClassical.blogspot.com/ Earlier reviews of the concert mentioned that works of William Grant Still were performed, but neglected to give the poignant title "In Memoriam: The Colored Soldiers Who Died for Democracy". I invite your readers to explore the William Grant Still page at www.AfriClassical.com, which has had the benefit of contributions from the composer's daughter Judith Anne Still.

Jack,

What is the current status of Historic Fort Wayne?

I know that it sat in a state of dormancy for over a decade as the state needed to turn its funding attention elsewhere. Owing to the current economic realities I don't imagine things have gotten any better for Michigan's premier Civil War site (no, I haven't forgotten about Fort Wilkins).

Mannie

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