THE FIRST LIVE RECORDING OF AN AFRO-MODERNIST “COTTON DANCE” (ca. 1940) BY FLORENCE B. PRICE

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A musicologist with a passion for social justice, bringing unheard music to life for performers and listeners, and teaching.

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