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February 11, 1996 | Neil Tesser, Neil Tesser is a freelance writer living in Chicago
In 1971, when Samuel A. Floyd Jr. came across a book titled "Music of Black Americans," by Eileen Southern, he never expected it to change his life. He had no idea it would send him on a lifelong study or that it would lead him to found a world-renowned music research center as well as the Black Music Repertory Ensemble--the acclaimed chamber group that makes its Los Angeles debut today at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A.
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February 11, 1996 | Neil Tesser, Neil Tesser is a freelance writer living in Chicago
In 1971, when Samuel A. Floyd Jr. came across a book titled "Music of Black Americans," by Eileen Southern, he never expected it to change his life. He had no idea it would send him on a lifelong study or that it would lead him to found a world-renowned music research center as well as the Black Music Repertory Ensemble--the acclaimed chamber group that makes its Los Angeles debut today at the Luckman Fine Arts Complex at Cal State L.A.
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