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Works for solo performers

24 Studies in African Rhythms - No. 3 
William Chapman Nyaho, piano
 MSR Classics, Catalog No. MS1242

Six and a Half Variations for Solo Violin - Var 5
Rachel Barton Pine, violin
Podcast from 98.7 WFMT Radio

24 Studies in African Rhythms - No. 7
Peter Henderson, piano
AMP Records, Catalog No. AGCD 2504
 
 
24 Studies in African Rhythms - No. 6
Silvia Belfiore, piano

 Works for chamber groups

Duo-Piano Sonata - Movt III 
Michelle Cann & Peter Henderson

12 African Songs for Voice & Piano-Luwah (Bitter Tears)
- Hudson/Henderson AMP Records, AGCD 2106


12 African Pieces for Flute & Piano - No. 10
- Hymes/Henderson (live concert)



Six Sketches for Oboes & Piano, Movt. IV - Tethering Fog
Laura Ross (oboe d'amore) & Peter Henderson (piano)
 
Six Sketches for Oboes & Piano, Movt VI-Epilogue 
Carrie Smith (oboes) & Sunghee Hinners (piano)

Four More Dances for Wind Quintet - Movt III 
IMI Chamber Players
 


 
Works for large ensembles & orchestras

Tribute to Great African Composers - Movt. V 
NHSO, St Louis/FESAAM Mass Choir
Marlon Daniel, conducting.


Caprice for Piano & Orchestra - Movt II
The Coro Allegro Orchestra, Boston, MA.
Darryl Hollister, soloist/David Hodgkins, conducting

Folksongs of Africa
Songs of Africa Ensemble


Suite No. 3 for Orchestra - Movt. II


Onovwerosuoke's rhythmic language would be worthy of analysis by students of the long process by which a common African-American language, musical and verbal, evolved out of the multiplicity of cultures of the enslaved. The overall effect is kinetic, colorful, and imposing — any symphonic programmer looking for music that will meet urban constituencies halfway should hear this disc. 
- James Manheim (AllMusic.com critic)
 
Fred Onovwerosuoke's brief "Fanfare for Strings and Timpani," in its world premiere, was a rousing evocation of a Nigerian war dance, complete with the clanging of machetes -- fortunately only simulated.  
-John von Rhein -(Chicago Tribune music critic)
 
The piano lines in [Onovwerosuoke's] songs ("12 African Songs for Solo Voice and Piano,") are lively and catchy - indeed,  though their sources are more exotic than African-American spirituals or Langston  Hughes, FredO's African songs have the  most popular appeal of all the material  on this [Libera, AGCD 2106] recording.  
- Chris King, Music Critic, (The St Louis American )
 
These kinetic pieces [Twenty-four Studies in African Rhythms] easily get under one’s skin and they sound like they are fun to play.  
- American Record Guide (May/June 2009 issue)

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