William Levi Dawson (September 26, 1899 – May 2, 1990) was an African-
American composer, choir director and professor.
William Levi Dawson (1899-1990) was an African American composer and
professor of Music who arranged spirituals for his choirs at Tuskegee Institute.
September 26, 1899 – May 2, 1990. William Levi Dawson was born in Anniston,
Ala., the first of seven children born to George W. and Eliza Starkey Dawson.
William Levi Dawson was born in Anniston, Alabama, on September 26, 1899, as
the youngest of seven children. He loved music as a child, and admired the ...
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William L. Dawson.
William Levi Dawson was born on this date in 1899, in Anniston, AL. He was an
African American vocalist, composer. At the age of 13, he ran away from home ...
African American composer, performer, and music educator William Levi Dawson
(1899-1990) used the rich vitality of his musical heritage as a basis for all types ...
This prominent Afro-American composer, arranger, and educator was born
William Levi Dawson and was credited with and without the middle initial
William Levi Dawson was an African American composer, choir director, and
professor specializing in black religious folk music. He was born on September
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