Queer Mississippi Oral History Project
 

Title

Walden, Cecil Price

Document Type

Audio

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Publication Date

10-28-2019

City

Oxford (Miss.)

Abstract

Cecil “Price” Walden was born and raised in Booneville, MS. There, he grew up in a fundamentalist Christian household, attending a Free Will Baptist church. Religion featured prominently in Walden’s life, shaping many of his experiences and activities as a child and adolescent. His upbringing molded his views of himself and his identity as a queer Christian Southerner, and he composes music that navigates the intersection of those identities as a way to create space for and work through his trauma. Price is a noted musician throughout the South. A composer, he writes wind ensembles, opera, vocal pieces, and arrangements. He has been commissioned by various entities throughout the region, including the Southern Foodways Alliance, and has had pieces performed at the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum and Carnegie Hall.

Relational Format

audio recording

Extent

1:22:04

Comments

Additional files include: data sheet, photo, audio file. Transcript is available on request.

Rights

In copyright. For permission to duplicate, repost, or otherwise re-use these images, please contact the Invisible Histories Project: Mississippi.

Walden, Price_data sheet.docx (10 kB)
Data Sheet

Walden, Price_photograph 1.HEIC (2573 kB)
Photo of Price Walden

Walden, Price_photograph 2.HEIC (2586 kB)
Photo of Price Walden (close up)

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