Composed by W. C. Handy. Arranged by Kenneth Abeling. Jazz, Dixieland, Swing. Score, Set of Parts. 18 pages. Published by LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS (S0.143097).
- Artist: W. C. Handy
- Instruments: Alto Sax,Tenor Sax,Baritone Sax,Soprano Sax,Saxophone Quartet (SATB or AATB)
- Format: Score,Set of Parts
- Genre: Jazz,Dixieland,Swing
- Lead Time: Available Instantly
- Publisher: LINCOLN MUSIC PUBLICATIONS
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William Christopher Handy (November 16, 1873 – March 28, 1958) was a composer and musician who referred to himself as the Father of the Blues. Handy was one of the most influential songwriters in the United States. One of many musicians who played the distinctively American blues music, Handy did not create the blues genre but was the first to publish music in the blues form, thereby taking the blues from a regional music style (Delta blues) with a limited audience to a new level of popularity.Handy was an educated musician who used elements of folk music in his compositions. He was scrupulous in documenting the sources of his works, which frequently combined stylistic influences from various performers.
== Early life ==
Handy was born in Florence, Alabama, the son of Elizabeth Brewer and Charles Barnard Handy. His father was the pastor of a small church in Guntersville, a small town in northeast central Alabama. Handy wrote in his 1941 autobiography, Father of the Blues, that he was born in a log cabin built by his grandfather William Wise Handy, who became an African Methodist Episcopal minister after the Emancipation Proclamation.