Marvin V. Curtis

Dr. Marvin V. Curtis is choral director at Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. A graduate of North Park College, The Presbyterian School of Christian Education, and the University of the Pacific, he has done additional study at The Juilliard School of Music, Westminster Choir College, and The University of Ghana at Legon. He has received numerous commissions including writing the choral anthem for the Inauguration of President Bill Clinton and a choral work for the 1996 Interfaith Olympic Committee’s Celebrate Faith and Arts Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.

Marvin V. Curtis — Baptism

In the style of a spiritual, African-American composer Marvin V. Curtis’s piece is suitable for flutists of all levels of ability, and is suitable for churches of all denominations. The vocal part may be performed by soprano, alto or baritone.

Suited for:


For Flute, Voice and Piano, 4 minutes.
FL-9640 . . . $14.00

Marvin V. Curtis — Three Traditional Spirituals

These arrangements by Marvin V. Curtis (Roll Jordan, Roll; By An’ By; and Great Day) were broadcast on N.P.R.’s Performance Today and are equally suited for student or professional recitals, educational concerts and church services.

Suited for:


For Woodwind Quintet, 9 minutes.
WW5-9517 . . . $18.00

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