Marian Anderson

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Noun1.Marian Anderson - United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993)
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Her impressive and diverse achievements as an entertainer, businesswoman, and author has garnered her numerous honors including Grammy[R] Awards, American Music Awards, NAACP Image Awards, New York Times bestseller, and the 2016 Marian Anderson Award.
Singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie gave voice to a social consciousness that influenced the likes of Bob Dylan and Joan Baez through his songs of the Dust Bowl and "This Land Is Your Land." And Marian Anderson made history in 1939 when she sang at the Lincoln Memorial after the Daughters of the American Revolution barred the black opera star from performing at Constitution Hall.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Funk-soul band Kool & The Gang is being honored with an award named for pioneering opera singer Marian Anderson.
In 1939 US Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes said those words as he welcomed renowned contralto Marian Anderson to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Du Bois and Langston Hughes to Ralph Bunch and Marian Anderson. He also offered capital investments to black businesses and provided scholarships for African American students to attend white universities and programs.
The continued recognition of Marian Anderson as the first African American singer hired by the Met has been instrumental in keeping that narrative alive.
His books include Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice (2011) and The Sound of Freedom: Marian Anderson, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Concert That Awakened America (2009).
They had taken classes called "Unusually Tall Polish Poets from 1924 to 1935," while I had taken "Language 2." I walked up the steps at the same Hill Auditorium that famous vocalist Marian Anderson sang at in 1937.
The protegee of the great Marian Anderson, the first African American to sing at the Metropolitan Opera House, Price is considered one of the most revered sopranos of the twentieth century.
While living in Chicago, Price met acclaimed African-American opera singer Marian Anderson. Price composed more than 50 original songs for Anderson.
Albrecht Music Library and Kislak Center for Special Collections are happy to announce receipt of a CLIR Digitizing Hidden Collections grant that will make available papers and recordings from the Marian Anderson archive.
While in Curtis, he won first prize in the Marian Anderson International Singing Competition in Philadelphia.