Dr. Oral Moses
Professor of Music

CoursesEducationResearch PublicationsOther InterestsHonors

Contact Information

Office: MU 115
Phone: 770-423-6155


Research Interests

1992The National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, Teaching American Music in the Classroom
1989 Kennesaw State College Faculty Development Grant, The Singer/Accompanist as Performers
1986 The National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, 19th Century Black American Musician

Other Interests

Vocal performance and opera


1984 Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA) University of Michigan Major: Voice Performance and Opera
1978 Master of Music University of Michigan Major: Voice Performance and Opera
1976 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship Study Abroad Muenchen, West Germany Focus: Private Voice and Opera Productions in repertoire Opera houses in West Germany and Austria.

Minor: American Music Seminar Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg, Austria

1975 Bachelor of Music in Performance Fisk University Major: Voice


1995 CD Recording : Art Songs and Spirituals of Harry T. Burleigh Northeastern Record Company, Framington, Ma.
Book: Feel the Spirit: Studies in Nineteenth-century Afro-American Music. The Nineteenth-Century Spiritual Text: A Source for Modern Gospel. George R. Keck and Sherill V. Martin. Greenwood Press, New York Westport, Connecticut, London, 1988.



1975 Magna Cum Laude, Fisk University

Interview: The Chronicle of Higher Education: Verdi Arias and Black Spirituals

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