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Meet Doris Green - Fulbright scholar, ethnomusicologist, inventor, author, panist, educator - Brooklyn, New York

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Doris Green

Brooklyn, New York - The narrative of the life and times of Doris Green is in itself a compelling story and fantastic journey that needs to told, studied and chronicled. Her seminal work in a notation system for the oral tradition of African music is not only ground-breaking but genius level. In addition, she is the author of the historically significant "Steel Bands of New York."

In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - African and Music and Dance Historian, Fulbright scholar, ethnomusicologist, inventor, musician, composer, instructor, author, performing artist and educator Doris Green shares her intellect, strength, experiences with Pan, culture and desires for the steelpan art form, and more.
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You are amazing Mrs. Green. Thank you for all your contributions.



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