A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood: The Musical Journey of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

From Martin Luther King, Jr.'s childhood piano lessons and choir singing to his marriage to a classically trained soprano to the songs that galvanized the civil rights movement, A Beautiful Symphony of Brotherhood explored the rich musical landscape of his life and times, and offered insight into the importance of music in his work. The variety of Dr. King's musical passions was astonishing, encompassing leading classical performers, jazz legends, and pop artists from the Rat Pack to Joan Baez. Terrance McKnight of WNYC hosted this examination of a life in music.

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