Dr. Mattie Moss Clark was a gospel choir movie director for some of her existence, and is frequently credited among the 1st to instruct three-part harmony to some choir. Given birth to in 1925 in Selma, AL, Clark relocated to Detroit, MI, in 1958, and quickly thereafter arranged the Southwest Michigan Condition Choir from the Cathedral of God in Christ. Not only is it a songwriter, vocalist, pianist, arranger, and choir movie director, Clark was also leader of the Country wide Music Deptartment from the Cathedral of God in Christ for 25 years, and founded the Clark Conservatory College of Music in Detroit. Over time, Clark documented with such performers as Elder Adam Moore, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, Elder Adam Lennox, Rev. Richard “Mr. Clean” Light, and Betty Ransom Nelson, while Clark also helped such performers as Walter Hawkins, Hezekiah Walker, and Richard Smallwood obtain careers began. Clark recorded a lot more than 35 albums during her profession (and was among the initial gospel artists to get a gold-certified record), before loss of life at age 69, on Sept 22, 1994, in Southfield, MI.
|1||She is daughter of Dr. Mattie Moss Clark & Rev. Elbert Clark.|
|2||She got her musical training from Howard University.|
|3||Is a member of the Clark Sisters with her sisters Jacky, Dorinda and Karen.|
|Higher Ground: Voices of Contemporary Gospel Music||2004||Video documentary writer: "You Brought the Sunshine"|
|Dark Day at First Church||2013||Herself|
|Unsung||2008||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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