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Ralph Manuel

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Ralph Manuel

Biography

Ralph Manuel (b. 1951, Oklahoma City, Okla.) is an American composer.

Rev. Manuel has music degrees from Oklahoma City University, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and B.H. Carroll Theological Institute of Irving, Texas. He lived in Recife, Brazil, for over 20 years, where he served on the music faculty of the North Brazil Baptist Theological Seminary as a Baptist missionary. He then served for 13 years as minister of music and worship at Heritage Baptist Church in Annapolis, Md.

Rev. Manuel is currently living in Dallas, Texas, where he is a freelance composer. His works include vocal solos and duets, keyboard solos, duets, and trios (six hands), two major works for chorus and orchestra on Brazilian themes, and over 100 anthems.


Works for Winds


References

  • Lee University Wind Ensemble concert program, 8 October 2019