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Black & Blues

Blues is a music genre which was originated in the Deep South of the United States around the 1870s by African Americans from roots in

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WHERE YOU FROM?

Most time we tend to focus on booming music artists with little thought about where they come from. Sure, we keep track of who comes

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3’s A CROWD, 4’s A QUARTET

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That’s all Folk… music

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The Good Times of Ragtime!

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WHY I SHOULD NOT TAKE THE FINAL EXAM

I believe I should not take the final exam because I have completed all of my posts to the best of my ability and I believe my competence to show all I’ve learned about the history and culture of African American Music cannot be measured with a test but instead, me going out beyond Spelman’s campus and sharing my new knowledge with the world. I have seriously enjoyed this course and my very eccentric, intelligent, instructor, Dr. Johnson.