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African Music & Poetry

.... while a poem derives meaning from the words used and the sense of those words, bolstered by the rhythm rather than the other way round. The African music to ....

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African American Experience in Literature

.... HughesÆ works not only retain the rhythm, idiom, and dialect of African American culture but they also influenced many African American writers like Toni ....

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African American Art

.... in his collection of comic strip blocks that are known as Rhythm Master. .... The comic strips feature African American heroes fighting the forces of cybertechnology ....

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Two African American Poems

.... Because both poets were African Americans writing about the injustices suffered by their .... The short words emphasize the regular rocking rhythm that resembles a ....

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African-American Protest Music from the 60s

.... Works Cited Chernoff, John Miller. African Rhythm and African Sensibility: Aesthetics and Social Action in African Musical Idioms. Chicago. ....

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Black Music in the 20th Century

.... still includes rap but it has evolved into the Hip Hop movement that blends mainstream and African American concerns more than Gangsta Rap or Rhythm and Blues. ....

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The Writings of Langston Hughes

.... HughesÆ works not only retain the rhythm, idiom, and dialect of African American culture but they also influenced many African American writers like Toni ....

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Musical Strains in Black American Music

.... black music in the new World Increases in knowledge of black music Wide range of African music Outstanding traits of African music rhythm rhythmic complexity ....

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Swing Rhythm

Swing Rhythm. .... of North America was combined into folk styles known as blues or gospel, played initially almost exclusively by African ûAmerican musicians in ....

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Development of Jazz in the US

.... in the sense that European 'absolute' music is almost totally unknown to the African native. Basically, language functions only in conjunction with rhythm. ....

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Aretha Franklin

.... The history of African American music has been characterized by cross-pollination among .... blues, New Orleans Jazz, Bebop, big-band jazz, and rhythm and blues ....

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Aretha Franklin

.... The history of African American music has been characterized by cross-pollination among .... blues, New Orleans Jazz, Bebop, big-band jazz, and rhythm and blues ....

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Senegalese Culture

.... Asia Africa Intelligence Wire, Np Sandler, B. (1993). African cookbook. New York: Carol Publishing. Sharpley-Whiting, TD (2002). .... (2001). Rhythm 4 kids Senegal. ....

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Langston Hughes Poetry

.... to depict the universal while at the same time specifically using African American issues .... Hughes’ poems often have a musical rhythm to them, as his lyrics ....

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New Orleans and the Development of Jazz

.... been African American, Jazz's roots are entangled in the fusion of black, white, and Creole; African, European, and American; spirituals, rhythm, and melody. ....

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Rebirth in the Harlem Renaissance

.... many African Americans to greater achievements across all fields and occupations. In literature, Langston Hughes' poems often express a jazz-like rhythm in ....

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Isorhythmic Motet in the Fourteenth Century

.... four repetitions of the talea against two of the color; again there is a certain similarity to West African music, with its overlays of multiple rhythm patterns ....

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Jazz Saxophonist Manu Dibango

.... But he sought his own voice and style. "Rather than sticking to rhythm and blues and pop, I took a trip back to my African roots. ....

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History of the Blues There is little exact information a

.... In that period, however, the commercial fortunes of blues musicians went into a serious decline as the rise of Rhythm and Blues (the African American styles ....

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The Blues as a Musical Genre

.... distinctly American musical forms, an arrangement of melody and rhythm that could .... Blues is a mixing of African-American folk and popular music, predominantly ....

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Bob Marley

.... moment in history, the time when people (and especially those of the African diaspora) who .... ska, regg' as a musical form is defined by a heavy four-beat rhythm. ....

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Miles Davis

.... Since jazz was indisputably an African-American art that developed on the basis of certain primary characteristics--blues tonality, rhythm, swing--it is hardly ....

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Career of Miles Davis

.... Since jazz was indisputably an African-American art that developed on the basis of certain primary characteristics--blues tonality, rhythm, swing--it is hardly ....

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20th Century World Events & Figures

.... energy, a cacophony of nonsense that belies an undeniable rhythm: the pulsing .... a larger quest for control, Malcolm X insisted that African Americansùand all ....

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Application of Billy Joel Song to History

.... energy, a cacophony of nonsense that belies an undeniable rhythm: the pulsing .... a larger quest for control, Malcolm X insisted that African Americansùand all ....

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Modern Jazz

.... West African drumming with its rhythmic repetition was a large influence as well. .... period, Coltrane began a greater emphasis on melody and rhythm while ending ....

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John Coltrane

.... West African drumming with its rhythmic repetition was a large influence as well. .... period, Coltrane began a greater emphasis on melody and rhythm while ending ....

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Effect of Rastafarianism on Contemporary Music

.... linking of oral word sounds with power is a linking of African-ness with .... Thus do rhythm and rhetoric merge to excite participation and engagement from auditors ....

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Lake of Stars Festival - Malawi

.... and we get a great response from the people." Experiencing the African landscape and the .... of from a seat in a theater, and becoming one with the rhythm and the ....

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Experience of Being White in America

.... white communication fails" (p. 7). African American culture proceeds from a different worldview and even, literally, a different rhythm than that of whites. ....

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