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She was born in Galveston, Texas, February 16, 1874, and was graduated from the Central High School of that city.Her musical education was received at the New England Conservatory in Boston and later under private instructors among whom were Emil Ludwig, a pupil of Rubenstein, and Edwin Klahre, a pupil of Liszt.Hare of an old and well-known Boston family, and has since made her home there. She was the first to collect and bring to the attention of the American concert public the beauties of New Orleans Creole Music as attested by her , published by Carl Fischer and Company of New York City. She has exhibited her personal collection of Aframerican and Creole music and Early American music which dates chronologically from 120 years ago.As a writer on music subjects she has long been a valued contributor to the .You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Davison, Jr., Springfield, KY 1905 new1905033001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines.
In 1906 she returned to Boston where she married William P. Hare has travelled widely and as a folklorist she has collected songs from far off beaten paths in Mexico, the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Cuba. She collected data in this field for more than a generation.To do any one of these things well would be a distinct achievement, but to do all of these acceptedly as Mrs. As a crowning achievement she has now given us an authoritative record of – a book that is more than an anthology, in fact a source book of great value to musicians, music lovers and all others who wish to be well informed on matters of artistic racial development and progress. Negro music traced to its source, carries us to the continent of Africa and into the early history of that far off land.We may even journey to one of the chief sections said to hold the music of the past – that of Egypt, for it was the ceremonial music of that land as well as that of Palestine and Greece, which was the foundation of at least one phase of modern musical art.Together with the musical activities of an art centre, she fostered and promoted a "Little Theatre" movement among the Negroes of Boston.Included in the plays produced her original play "Antar," written around the life of the Arabian poet, was staged in Boston under her personal direction. Hare has appeared with great success as recitalist, with William Howard Richardson, the baritone, at such educational centers as Wellesley College, Syracuse University, Albany (New York) Historical and Art Association, and elsewhere in costume recitals of music of the Orient and the Tropics.