volume 2 cover

Volume 2 : African American Music

1. Black Banjo Songsters of North Carolina Cece Conway and Scott Odell
         Portaits and Visits Cece Conway and Scott Odell
2.The Chantey Tradition of the Menhaden Fishery Michael Luster
3. Music and Dance in Cape Verdean American Communities in Southern New England Susan Hurley-Glowa
4.The Gandy Dancer Speaks: Voices from Southern Black Railroad Gangs Maggie Holtzberg
5.Afro-American Folk Music from Tate and Panola Counties, Mississippi David Evans
6.Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music Kip Lornell
7.These Things Are Precious: Piedmont Blues Barry Lee Pearson
         Blues Jeff Todd Titon
8.Tennessee Blues and Gospel: From Jug Band to Jubilee David Evans and Richard M. Raichelson
         Robert Johnson, Blues Musician Robert Jr. Lockwood
9.Wisdom of the Blues Willie Dixon
         Wortham's Musical Treasure David Gaskin
10. The McIntosh County Shouters: Slave Shout Songs from the Coast of Georgia Art Rosenbaum
         A Conversation with Lawrence McKiver Art Rosenbaum
11.Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp Henry Willett
12.Gospel Quartets in Birmingham, Alabama Doug Seroff
13. Washington, D.C. / Gospel Music City, U.S.A.: State of the Art Pearl Williams-Jones
14.Good News from the Motor City: Black Gospel Music in Detroit Joyce M. Jackson and James T. Jones
15. The Song Culture of the Civil Rights Movement Bernice Johnson Reagon
         Chicago''sRoebuck "Pops" Stapl Nick Spitzer
16.Music in Black Urban Culture Bernice Johnson Reagon
17.Street Dancing, "Rapping," and DJ Mixing: Traditional African American Performance and Contemporary Urban Culture LeeEllen Friedland
18. Chicago Blues Jeff Todd Titon

Previous volumeNext volume
Return to Home Page