Julia Williams - Far Flung Stars album flac
Title: Far Flung Stars
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Julia Williams (born July 1, 1811 - January 7, 1870) was an African-American abolitionist who was active in Massachusetts. Born free in Charleston, South Carolina, she moved with her family as a child to Boston, Massachusetts and was educated in the North. A member of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, she attended the Anti-Slavery Convention of American Women in New York in 1837.
far-flung synonyms, far-flung pronunciation, far-flung translation, English dictionary definition of far-flung. adj. 1. Remote; distant. 2. Widely distributed; wide-ranging. adj 1. widely distributed 2. far distant; remote adj. extending over a great distance. far-flung - distributed over a considerable extent; "far-flung trading operations"; "the West's far-flung mountain ranges"; "widespread nuclear fallout". distributed - spread out or scattered about or divided up. far-flung - remote; "far-flung corners of the Empire". distant - separated in space or coming from or going to a distance; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call".
Geri Allen, an influential pianist and educator whose dense but agile playing reconciled far-flung elements of the jazz tradition, died on Tuesday at a hospital in Philadelphia. She was 60. Her publicist, Maureen McFadden, said the cause was cancer. On Grand River Crossings (2013), Ms. Allen performed solo piano interpretations of Motown songs, vesting them with a shimmering breadth.
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