Wilma Cozart Fine

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Wilma Cozart Fine (March 29, 1927, Aberdeen, Mississippi – September 21, 2009, Harrison, New York) was an American record producer who, with her husband, C. Robert Fine (1922–1982),[1] ran the classical division of Mercury Records in the 1950s and early 1960s, producing hundreds of recordings[2] that, according to her obituary in The New York Times, "Are still prized by collectors for the depth and realism of their sound."[3]

A native of Fort Worth, she attended the University of North Texas studying music education at the UNT College of Music and business.

In 2011, Cozart Fine was awarded a posthumous Grammy Trustees Award for her significant contributions to the recording industry.

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