Black Music of Two Worlds: African, Caribbean, Latin, and African-American / Edition 2by John Storm Roberts, Roberts Storm
Pub. Date: 09/28/1998
Publisher: Cengage Learning
BLACK MUSIC OF TWO WORLDS defines the scope of world music studies, by exploring the impact that both African and European cultures had on music of the Americas. See more details below
BLACK MUSIC OF TWO WORLDS defines the scope of world music studies, by exploring the impact that both African and European cultures had on music of the Americas.
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Table of Contents
Foreword. Preface to the 1998 Edition. Preface to the 1972 Edition. Acknowledgments. Introduction: Africa, Europe, and Islam. 1. Traditions Preserved: Neo-African Music. 2. Cultural Blending: The First Afro-American Styles. 3. South and Central America. 4. The Caribbean. 5. North American Strains: From Spirituals to Blues. 6. U.S Black Dance Music: People" Music Becomes Classical". 7. Fusions: Jazz, Latin America, and Africa. 8. Modern Urban Popular Styles. Selected Discography. Sources for the Recordings. Selected Bibliography. Index.
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