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Hannibal Lokumbe

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January 16th, 2002 • INTERVIEW:

From The Show: Martin Luther King: Sounds of the Spirit

Trumpeter and composer Hannibal Lokumbe recalls memories of hearing music from a chitlin' curcuit club in his hometown and what happened the first time he bought music composition paper.

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January 10th, 2001 • INTERVIEW:

From The Show: Martin Luther King in Words and Music

Trumpeter Hannibal Lokumbe was born Marvin Peterson, in Smithville, Texas in 1948. He talks about growing up near a chitlin' circuit club, and his 1979 trip to Africa in the midst of a life-threatening illness. His 1990 "African Portraits," tells story of the African American experience through time and music, using a full orchestra, a chorus, african drums, blues singers, a jazz quartet, and two operatic tenors.

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Martin Luther King: Sounds of the Spirit

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January 10th, 2001 • FULL SHOW • read more

Martin Luther King in Words and Music

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November 12th, 2003 • FROM THE PLAYLIST

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March 5th, 2003 • FROM THE PLAYLIST

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April 19th, 2006 • FROM THE PLAYLIST

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