Field Recordings of Black Singers and Musicians

Field Recordings of Black Singers and Musicians

by Craig Martin Gibbs
English | 2018 | ISBN: 1476673381 | 468 Pages | PDF | 3.57 MB

Traditional African musical forms have long been accepted as fundamental to the emergence of blues and jazz. Yet there has been little effort at compiling recorded evidence to document their development. This discography brings together hundreds of recordings that trace in detail the evolution of the African American musical experience, from early wax cylinder recordings made in West Africa to voodoo rituals from the Carribean Basin to the songs of former slaves in the American South.

Publisher's note: The author died on october 10, 2017, after completing the manuscript for this book.

"Highly recommended" - Choice

"invaluable...a must have" - Against the Grain

"unique and highly specialized volume...organization of the discography is highly detailed...essential" - ARBA


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