Nobody Knows Hardback
The Forgotten Story of One of the Most Influential Figures in American Music
by Craig von Buseck;
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Now Harry T. Burleigh, once world-renowned for his career as a beautiful baritone soloist, an arranger of Negro spirituals, and a composer in his own right, is lifted out of obscurity once more by Craig von Buseck. This inspiring true story will take you back in time to Southern plantations and Northern boom towns, to minstrel shows and soaring sanctuaries, and into the heart of a man who never suspected that God had destined him for greatness.
Nobody Knows by Craig von Buseck was published by Baker in February 2014 and is our 56580th best seller. The ISBN for Nobody Knows is 9780801016097.
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"I'm thrilled that the historical and important story of the legendary Harry Burleigh is finally being told! That he was, for fifty-two years, a member and celebrated soloist at the very church I attend here in New York City makes it all the more extraordinary. Hats off to Craig von Buseck for his tremendous research and work!" - Eric Metaxas, New York Times bestselling author of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy.
"Mr. von Buseck's book, Nobody Knows, reads like a good novel, and yet he balances this colorful historical narrative with reliable scholarship. I love being taken by surprise, particularly when being introduced with such clarity to a historical figure of my own country, a pioneering spirit, one of those rare musical types that gave the soul of this nation its voice." - David Teems, author of Majestie: The King Behind the King James Bible and Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God an English Voice.
"This is an important book for people interested in American music, the Episcopal Church, and African American cultural life. Harry Burleigh was a star--he brought light to a vast number of people--his art was shared in Jewish and Christian communities, in New York City, Martha's Vineyard, and so many places. He was a man of deep feeling and ability who shared his gifts in all directions." - Rev. Tom Pike, former rector of St. George's Episcopal Church in New York City.
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|Page last updated||11th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Craig von Buseck|
|Publisher||Baker (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||253|