Fantasie Nègre No. 1 in E Minor
- Negro Fantasy
- Fantasie Negre
- Solo piano
- 9 min.
- Cheryl A. Wall Collection of Margaret Bonds and Florence Price Scores, Center for Black Music Research, Columbia College Chicago
- Score (February 9–10, 1929)
- Florence B. Price Music Manuscripts, Music Division, Library of Congress
- Score (February 9–10, 1929): Call # ML96.P8328 no. 8
- MC988b: Florence Beatrice Smith Price Papers Second Addendum, Special Collections, Mullins Library, University of Arkansas
- Score, complete (February 9–10, 1929): Box 4A, Folder 1
- Score, incomplete facsimile (February 9–10, 1929): Box 4A, Folder 1
- MS Coll. 199: Marian Anderson Collection of Music Manuscripts, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Van Pelt Library, University of Pennsylvania
- Score, complete facsimile (February 9–10, 1929): Box 59, Folder 14031
- August 28, 1930; Metropolitan Community Church, Chicago; Margaret Bonds, piano2
- December 9, 1932; Stevens Hotel, Chicago; Florence B. Price and Margaret Bonds, piano3
- Walker-Hill, Helen, ed. Black Women Composers: A Century of Piano Music (1893–1990). Bryn Mawr, PA: Hildegard Publishing Company, 1992.
- OCLC: 28026306
- Kaleidoscope: Music by African-American Women. Helen Walker-Hill, piano. Leonarda, 1995.
- America Again. Lara Downes, piano. Sono Luminus, 2016.
- Nasty Women. Joanna Goldstein, piano. Centaur Records, 2018.
- Fantasie Nègre: The Piano Music of Florence Price. Samantha Ege, piano. Lorelt, 2021.
- Soulscapes 2: Piano Music by Women of African Descent. Maria Thompson Corley, piano. MSR Classics, 2021.
- In Progress
- Brown, Rae Linda. The Heart of a Woman: The Life and Music of Florence B. Price. Music in American Life. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2020.
- Das, Joanna Dee. Katherine Dunham: Dance and the African Diaspora. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
- Ege, Samantha. “The Aesthetics of Florence Price: Negotiating the Dissonances of a New World Nationalism.” PhD diss., University of York (UK), 2020.
- Ege, Samantha. “Fantasie Negre: Realization of a Black Girl’s Fantasy.” Music HerStories. February 6, 2019.
This score includes the note, “For Mr. Franz Rupp” (Marian Anderson’s accompanist). ↩
This performance occurred at the twelfth annual convention of the National Association of Negro Musicians. ↩
On this occasion, Price used the work to accompany a ballet performed by the Negro Dance Group founded by Katherine Dunham. According to the national edition of the Chicago Defender (December 24, 1932), Ludmilla Speranzeva decided to choreograph the piece after hearing Margaret Bonds play it. ↩