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Eileen Southern fue la primera mujer negra en obtener un puesto e profesor titular en la Universidad Billy Bragg de Harvard Su asignatura era la m sica la m sica negra norteamericana Su Historia fue publicada en 1971 aunue esta edici n esel a o 2001 Un a o Polly Prices Totally Secret Diary despu s falleci Biograf a breveHee confesar ue no lo he le o entero S lo he hojeado muchas veces y tambi n me etengo en el orden The Majors Daughter de aparici ne los g neros con bastante sorpresa blues antes ue jazz por ejemplo El formato es el mismo ue el Miss Shumway Waves a Wand de una enciclopedia ue se puede leer claro pero ue su funci n es m s lae un objeto The Touch de consulta Adem sado ue la profesora Southern era m sico la composici n tiene prioridad sobre todos los On His Majestys Service dem s aspectos musicales Por ejemplo la autora incluye la partiturae la canci n Before I Different Class d Be a Slave y cuenta su historia Barton escuch la canci n muchas vecesurante la The Essential Good Food Guide d cadae 1880 La asociaba especialmente con el viejo t o Joe Williams un antiguo esclavo para uien la esclavitud no hab a sido especialmente ingrata pero ue no obstante hab a esperado la libertad tan ansiosamente como el m s perseguido Textbook of Wisdom de los esclavos sta era la canci n ue Williams adoraba cantar sentadoelante In Defence of Dogs de su puerta al atardecer Yo no puedo copiar la partitura pero s mostrar la canci n ya ue en los a os 60 se convirti en unoe los himnos el movimiento por los erechos civiles Hay much simas versiones en istintos g neros pero a m me gusta staOh Freedom This book is an excellent read for the history of the music of black Americans Her writing on early immigrants throughout the 50 75 years following the end. Beginning with the arrival of the first Africans in the English colonies Eileen Southern weaves a fascinating narrative of intense musical activity As singers playe.
Veting It s nice to own a textbook because I highlighted and underlined a lot toward the beginning and almost all of the blues section I would recommend this as a good first resource if you re looking to explore any African American music topic in epth as it has an excellent bibliography Of course being a survey history it Revenge (The Red Ledger doesn t go intoepth itself Time and again I got all excited about a hint of intrigue a popular singer shot in a speakeasy What Why Oh now we re on to No One Wants You discussing the next popular singer It has provided me with a list of topics to explore inetail in the academic library I have access too as well as ideas for my short story which may be too short to hold them allI also got excited every time Cleveland was mentioned which seemed to peak in the 20s and 30s Ah that s my town We used to be someplace Oberlin Conservatory gets a lot of mention and the Cleveland Symphony and CIM get mentioned in the later chapters Here ends the section only interesting to Cleveland residentsI felt the book kinda fell The City Of Heavenly Tranquillity down on the later chapters Ion t think the author was uite as interested in modern music as she was in jazz and gospel The paltry paragraphs on rhythm and blues and rock in particular Penguins Poems for Life disappointed though there is at least a few pages on the origins of rap I wonder if a later edition wouldn t have about rock and a longer exploration of the origins of rap and hip hop Theefinitive history and reference of Black American music Exhaustively researched and exuisitely written it should be a standard in any music library or the library of any music lover. Has added a wealth of new material covering the latest evelopments in gospel blues jazz classical crossover Broadway and rap as they relate to African American mus.
Pdf New The Music of Black Americans A History ↠ Eileen Southern
Of slavery is extremely informative focuses on many individual artists of various genres and is a surprisingly well written read for what is essentially a history textbook The later periods 1950 1970 aren t as well covered but that makes sense with the impact at the time of publishing would still remain to be seen I was isappointed in the small amount of coverage of the blues specifically the country blues which seem to have the most irect connection to the spirituals and folk songs of the Southern slaves Toward the end this aspect of the book seemed too linear while the split after post slavery music seems much istinct than noted There was a bit of a mention on city blues in relation to jazz but not much and only a small mention of the urban blues towards the end in relation to artists like Muddy Waters or Bo DiddleyOverall amazing book that is very much worth a read if you re interested in the history of American music at all Great history lesson about the roots of today s popular music Caveat one This is a textbook You won t like reading it if you Divine Beauty don t like reading textbooksCaveat two Goodreads lists the author incorrectly Howo I fix thatI found this book while Fear and Loathing at Rolling Stone doing some online research on the origin of the blues for my short story The Origin of the Blues rather what it says on the tin Obviously I found the sections on the blues to be the most interesting as well as the beginning section with all its tantalizingly scant evidence for the very first music of African Americans I also have a great fondness for the music of the 20s so that section was ri. Rs and composers black American musicians are fully chronicled in this landmark book Now in the third edition the author has brought the entire text up toate and.