Interview with Bette Yarbrough Cox conducted over a two-month period, from December 2006 to February 2007. This project, 'Documenting Black Music in Los Angeles,' was funded by the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture Artsforum and the Office of the Chancellor (a collaborative project between the UCLA Center for Oral History Research, the Department of Ethnomusicology, and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies), 2006-2007, Jacqueline Cogdell DjeDje, Principal Investigator.
Interviewer: Patterson, Karin Interviewee: Cox, Bette Yarbrough
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Note: Audio level varies, recorded low towards the beginning of Parts 1, 10, 11; only recorded on one channel for Parts 5 and 6. Breakup and stuttering in Part 9.
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