The early music vocabulary for "We Shall Overcome" says that the goals it furthered have not been achieved.
Songs America Loves to Sing, for the so-called "Pierrot" combination, was commissioned jointly by the Atlanta Chamber Players, with funding from Cherry Logan Emerson, and the Da Capo Chamber Players, with an award from the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University.
As in an earlier piece, Fourteen Fabled Folksongs (in which I invented all the tunes), the pattern is all-important the key scheme, contrasts, pacing of the sequence so pauses between movements must be minimal.
The notebook was used between 19, while the singer battled the illness that led to his untimely death in 1991 at the age of 45.
Also featured in the sale was the guitar and amp collection of legendary Thin Lizzy rocker, Gary Moore.
The place is heavenly and this is the best thing that's ever happened to me." She was filming for 'Monte Carlo Baby', one of her very first movies, just two years before she was picked to star in her breakthrough film, 'Roman Holiday'.
A year later, Audrey discusses 'with a heavy heart' her broken off engagement with James Hanson, which occurred after Hanson continued to push his fiancée to get married amid her hectic schedule.
This simpler version is an exploration of the overtones of the primary chord.
The accompanying strings offer a foretaste of the canonic principle, framing the soloist with slower versions of "Amazing Grace." The piano ostinato is an abstract wallpaper of the tune which is presented at various speeds by the others.
Katherine Schofield, Bonhams Head of Entertainment Memorabilia, said: "At this year's sale we've offered some truly personal lots of entertainment memorabilia, from the private guitar collection of 'Thin Lizzy' guitarist, Gary Moore, to the heartfelt letters of Audrey Hepburn, and of course, the personal songwriting notebook of Freddie Mercury.
Each item offers fans that personal link to their favourite star.
The 33-piece collection featured several incredible instruments, including a 1963 fender Stratocaster, sold for £18,750, and a 1964 Gibson Firebird 1 guitar, sold for £10,625.