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Early music.

Early music.

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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by J.M. Thomson.
ContributionsThomson, John M. 1926-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14289124M

Gammond, Peter. Chicago blues also contributed to the development of other musical forms. From the early to the mids, the Frank Johnson band performed military and dance music for white and black Philadelphians and toured the United States and England as well. Outstanding collection of musical examples — chants, motets, chansons, madrigals, more — illustrating the general course of musical style from the early Middle Ages to the midth century. Carl Parrish Editor. Read the Classical Net Review of this book.

Music video stations like Music Television MTV and Black Entertainment Television BET have also helped propel female rappers into the spotlight, bringing their less aggressive style to a mainstream audience interested in tales of love rather than terror. GOSPEL MUSIC The sound of today's gospel music also has a long history in African American music, having been influenced by everything from the ensemble performances of the jubilee singers during the late s and early s to the predominantly male gospel quartets and choirs of the s and s. Parker School strive to help students discover their own melody, create harmony with others, and experience the heartbeat of our shared humanity. Bluesmen like Magic Sam, Eddie Floyd, and Ike Turner later to be eclipsed in fame and musical influence by his ex-wife Tina Turner helped to create styles that in the s became Motown, rhythm and blues, soul, and funk. The Geisha was one of the most successful in the s, running for more than two years and achieving great international success. September 25,

With a wild, uncanny sense for theatrics and tight, powerful beats, the group produced albums with titles like "It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back" and "Fear of a Black Planet. Music in Western Civilization. Nathaniel DettHarry T. Conversation with the Blues.


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