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Long-lost black films return in U-M series

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7
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September
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1991
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U-M Professor Advisor For New PBS Series

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5
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October
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1980
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Robeson 'Above The Crowd'

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11
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February
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1976
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Empress of Song

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16
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February
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2000
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AACHM Oral History: Willis Patterson

Sat, 09/21/2013 - 3:49pm

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Dr. Willis Patterson is a professor emeritus of the University of Michigan of Music and founder of the Willis Patterson Our Own Thing Chorale. Born in Ann Arbor in 1930, he attended Jones School and graduated from Ann Arbor High School. After serving in the air force, Patterson earned his bachelor’s degree and master’s of music degree from the University of Michigan. He received his doctorate from Wayne State University and was Fulbright Fellow. Patterson joined the University School of Music in 1968.

Concerts - Hill Auditorium

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26
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January
Year
1931
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