Nadya Lopez

Hip Hop

Hip Hop Hip Hop has been so imortant in the black community. The Golden age of Hip Hop was between the mid-1980’s and 1990’s.Graffiti and break

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Funk Funk track is now not an remoted genre, but one comes from a wealthy musical lineage. In the late 19th century, African American musicians

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Musical Theater

Musical Theater Black people have been so under represented in musical theater. My people are often represent them but by doing blackface or are other

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TECHNO Hearing about techno as it used to be firstly conceived—as a response to inner-city decay, as byproduct of African-American struggle, as a structure of

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Disco Disco is a style of dance music and a subculture that emerged in the Nineteen Seventies from the United States’ city nightlife scene. The disco sound is typified by means of “four-on-the-floor” beats,

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Gospel The precursor to black Gospel song is the African American spiritual, which had already been around for properly over a century before Gospel track began its upward push to reputation starting in the 1930s. Songs written through African American composers in

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JAZZ Jazz is based on the black church. One component of jazz that is often seen is call and response. There is a plethora of

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Ragtime Post

RAGTIME Ragtime was popularized from 1896 to 1920.  Ragtime  is usually categorized by Upbeat music played on a piano. Ragtime popularized sheet music. People would buy sheet music

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Negro Spirituals

Negro Spirituals Elijah Rock is an example of a Negro Spiritual. Slaves were the composers of Negro Spirituals,  but white men written down and got

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Jubilee Quartets

Jubilee Quartets Nadya Lopez Jubilee Quartet Period1916-1929Click HereTransitional Period1930-1945Click HereGospel Period1946-1960Click Here Dixie Hummingbirds Clara Ward Singers The Caravans Fisk Jubilee Singers Five Blind Boys

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Folk Music Post Review

A Review of A’Shiah N.’s “The History of Folk Music” I read “The History of Folk Music” by A’Shiah N. She wrote about how Folk

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