George Walker is considered the elder statesman of today's African-American composers. Gregory Walker/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The American Symphonic Legacy: Not Just For White Guys

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Violinist Rachel Barton Pine says she had her infant daughter in mind when she decided to record an album of lullabies. Andrew Eccles/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Coaxing The Baby To Sleep: A Violinist's Hand-Picked Lullabies

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