From child prodigy to international star, trace the rise of African American contralto vocalist Marian Anderson with this documentary, which features rare performance footage from the 1956 Festival of Music and the Ford 50th Anniversary show. Possessing a powerful and incredible vocal range, Anderson was at the center of racial controversy when in 1939 she was forbidden to sing for an integrated audience on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
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Have you watched Marian Anderson: A Portrait in Music yet? What did you think about it?