The Song of Annie Moses

The Song of Annie Moses

A Musical Quest, A Mother's Gift

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A mother and songwriter recounts how she was able to rise out of poverty and cultivate the musical talents of her six children, who now form the classical music group the Annie Moses Band.

The Song of Annie Moses is the story of speaker, songwriter, and mother, Robin Donica Wolaver. It recounts how one mother, born in mountain poverty and seclusion, developed her musical heritage, and then led her children, through hard work and spiritual development, to The Juilliard School and ultimately to the founding of the Annie Moses Band—igniting a fire of purpose and spiritual excellence within them.

Publisher: New York : Guideposts, 2013
ISBN: 9780824934835
Characteristics: 250 pages.; 23 cm


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