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by Eileen J Southern


She lives in New York City.

She lives in New York City. The book is a wealth of excellent information and is an a treasured tool to be used in educating others on the subject of African American music. One person found this helpful.

The Music of Black Am. .The definitive history and reference of Black American music. Great history lesson about the roots of today's popular music.

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Eileen Jackson grew up around many musicians in her family; her father was a violinist; an uncle, a trumpetist; and her mother, a choir singer.

Southern, Eileen (1997). The Music of Black Americans: A history (3 e. Eileen Jackson Southern: Quiet Revolutionary". In Josephine Wright (e. New Perspectives on Music: Essays in Honor of Eileen Southern. W. Norton & Company. Floyd, J. Samuel A. (1992). Michigan: Harmonie Park Press. pp. 3–4. Further reading. Darlene Clark Hine, ed. (1993). Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia. Brooklyn, New York: Carlson Publishing Inc. ISBN 26019-61-9.

Eileen Southern, writer, music educator, African American educator. Recipient Alumni Achievement award University Chicago, 1970, Deems Taylor award American Society of Composers, 1973, Peabody medal Johns Hopkins University, 1991, National Humanities medal President of the United States, 2002; National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1979-1983. According to music scholar Samuel A. "In childhood, as she developed as a pianist, young Eileen was introduced to and became partial to the music of those she calls the 'piano composers,' including Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Claude Debussy.

Eileen Jackson Southern, scholar of Renaissance and African-American . It was published as ''The Buxheim Organ Book'' (Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1963).

Eileen Jackson Southern, scholar of Renaissance and African-American music and first black woman to be appointed tenured full professor at Harvard University, dies at age 82; photo (M. Dr. Southern went to Harvard as a lecturer in 1974 and received a dual appointment in Afro-American studies and music in 1976.

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African-American Studies Arts, Music & Photography Ethnic & International Ethnic Studies Ethnomusicology History Humanities Music Musical Genres . All Praise for Eileen Southern. com User, March 8, 2007

African-American Studies Arts, Music & Photography Ethnic & International Ethnic Studies Ethnomusicology History Humanities Music Musical Genres Performing Arts Politics & Social Sciences Social Sciences Specific Demographics Textbooks Theory, Composition & Performance World. More by Eileen Southern. Biographical Dictionary of Afro-American and African Musicians (The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Black Music). com User, March 8, 2007.

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Awesome
Jediathain
This was a great read, I needed it for a college course but any music aficionado would enjoy this.
Mr.Champions
The book is a wealth of excellent information and is an a treasured tool to be used in educating others on the subject of African American music.
Water
This book is an interesting academic read. It's not too academic where it's bothersome or too slow. It's well written in that it's both scholarly and enjoyable to read. This book is important for the jazz musician to understand the pre jazz African roots that influenced what would become jazz.
Ueledavi
Best black musician's history book ever printed to date.
kolos
This is the ultimate reference book which can also be used as a textbook.
Mazuzahn
I had no idea about the rich culture of Black Americas. I am so grateful for Black American's contributions to society! I highly recommend this book because it will expand your knowledge.
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The Music of Black Americans: A History ebook
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Eileen J Southern
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