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By Floyd, Samuel A.
This study of the development of African-American music and its influence in America shows how African myths and ritual - especially the ring-shout dances that were ubiquitous in West Africa - underlie the development of all black musical forms in the USA.
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The mid-1920s are known in the USA as the Harlem Renaissance period. This book explores black music in the USA and England at this time, and its relationship to other art forms. It seeks to revise previous assumptions about music during this period
This study offers a means of listening to the music of black America and appreciating its contribution to other American music.
By Lane, Johnny Lee; Floyd, Samuel A.; Edited by Walker, Richard L., Jr.
In this book, Johnny Lee Lane and Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. take you through a concentrated study of progressively arranged exercises. Through careful study and practice of the book's valuable musical examples, you will build a solid foundation in the independent manipulation of two m ...
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