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 some credit where credit was not due. The first book published of Negro spirituals was titled The First 100 Slave Songs of the United States. When Negro spirituals are performed on stage they are called concert spirituals. Some Negro Spirituals were sang with instruments. Some of these instruments include the djembe, which is an African drum, and the guitar. Many of the spirituals were sound a cappella.

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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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Techno

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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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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Disco

Disco https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Faf1ch7Q9XE&list=PLSojLeKIMzEaMHIqt1rzqjGmlQeESjdVG 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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