Lift Every Voice: Expecting the Most and Getting the Best From All of God's Children
The founder of the Boys Choir of Harlem recounts how he formed his Grammy Award-winning group through teaching the importance of discipline and demanding the best of his charges, lessons he learned through his own impoverished Mississippi childhood.
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