Frances Walker-Slocum was an American educator, pianist, and organist, and the first tenured African-American female professor at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, the first conservatory in the United States to admit black students.
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Classical Music of South Asia
Welcome to this brand new 30-minute collection of classical music from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and beyond! Paying equal attention to more established…
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