||Clarence Cameron White graduated
from Oberlin Conservatory in 1901 and toured as a concert violinist. His
early compositions were conventional salon pieces, but he later turned
to African American folk music as a source of inspiration. His last teaching
position was as director of music at Hampton Institute from 1931–1935.
Original in the collections of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
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