From Jubilee to Hip Hop includes 36 reading selections that underscore the breadth and variety of African American musical culture. Each of these selections relates something notable and interesting about African American musical culture since the Emancipation, whether it is Marian Anderson's recollection of the legendary 1939 DAR Constitution Hall debacle, or John Chilton's story of the impact of Louis Jordan's song, "Caldonia."
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FromJubilee to Hip Hop includes 36 reading selections that underscore the breath and variety of African American musical culture.Each of these selections relates something notable and interesting about African American musical culture since the Emancipation.For one semester courses in African American Music.About the Author:
Kip Lornell is a member of the music faculty at The George Washington University. His books include "The Beat! Go-Go Music from Washington, D.C." (co-authored with Charles C. Stephenson, Jr.) and "Shreveport Sounds in Black and White" (co-edited by Tracey E. W. Laird), both published by the University Press of Mississippi. His research in American vernacular music has also resulted in the publication of over one hundred articles and record notes, record projects, and several documentary films.
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Book Description Taylor and Francis 2009-08-19, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2009. paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 9780136013228
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