Month: December 2019

For the FUNK of It

For the FUNK of It https://blackmusicscholar.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/videoplayback.mp4 Funk music; that groovy, hypnotic music that makes your body move against its will. Funk music; music for the

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Negro Spirituals

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xa8r2SM035w[/embedyt]A negro spiritual is a form of religious music created by African Americans during slavery in the 1800’s. Spirituals were the earliest form of

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Jubilee Quartets

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yXoBMNZVzo[/embedyt] The Jubilee era started in the mid-1800’s after the abolition of slavery. Jubilee quartets were four to six voices, singing four-part harmony arrangements

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Folk

Secular Folk Music originated well before the early seventeenth century.  Music was a part of the everyday life of the people of Africa. It was

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PREACHERMAN

PREACHERMAN Dominique Armani Jones goes by the stage name Lil Baby. He was born and raised on the south side of Atlanta, GA. He was

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Techno

Techno   In the mid to late 1980s, there was a rise in computers. They began to help people with a lot of things, even

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Marian Anderson

Marian Anderson A womanist. Influencer. Vocalist. Extrodinare.  learn more Early Life Marian was born and raised in Philadelphia in 1879. Family Her mother was a

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Black Broadway

MUSICAL THEATER Musical Theater allowed African- Americans to reclaim black theatrics. Prior to the creation of this genre, white people would do black face and

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Underground Sound

TECHNO Also Know As Detroit Techno where did it Begin? Techo emerged from an underground movement started in Detroit, Michigan. It came about in the

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