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Alumnus William P. Foster Succumbs at 91

Teachers College mourns the passing of distinguished alumnus William P. Foster, who founded and directed the revolutionary Florida A&M Marching 100 band and created a style "infused black popular culture." Foster received a doctorate of education degree from TC in 1955.

Teachers College mourns the passing of distinguished alumnus William P. Foster, who founded and directed the revolutionary Florida A&M Marching 100 band and created a style that "infused black popular culture" in marching band performance. Foster received a doctorate of education degree from TC in 1955.
 
Link to the New York Times Obituary, William P. Foster, Pioneer of Florida A&M’s Marching 100, Dies at 91.

Published Thursday, Sep. 2, 2010

Alumnus William P. Foster Succumbs at 91


Teachers College mourns the passing of distinguished alumnus William P. Foster, who founded and directed the revolutionary Florida A&M Marching 100 band and created a style that "infused black popular culture" in marching band performance. Foster received a doctorate of education degree from TC in 1955.
 
Link to the New York Times Obituary, William P. Foster, Pioneer of Florida A&M’s Marching 100, Dies at 91.
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