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Undine Smith Moore (Composer)

Born: 25th August 1904, Jarratt, Virginia, United States

Died: 6th February 1989, Petersburg, Virginia, United States

Nationality: American

Undine Eliza Anna Smith Moore the "Dean of Black Women Composers," was an American composer and professor of music in the twentieth century. Moore was originally trained as a classical pianist, but developed a compositional output of mostly vocal music—her preferred genre. Much of her work was inspired by black spirituals and folk music.

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