One of the earliest forms of religious music developed in black culture in America is the spiritual. The genre of music came out of slavery
The Negro Spiritual “I’m buildin’ me a home I’m buildin’ me a home I’m buildin’ me a home I’m buildin’ me a home This earthly
There are so many intricate levels that should be analyzed when discussing the Ragtime Era. Ragtime came into existence long before its music was given a name. Historically defined as having African American roots, we delve into the genre in attempt to highlight the essence and traditions of the Ragtime music era.
Mya Edwards, Elioenai Ruffen-Blanchette, Zaniyah Dock
Mississippi Delta Blues: The Background The Mississippi Delta Blues was also known as he Delta Blues, a regional style of early 20th century American folk
Prior to the Civil War, there was only a small number of classically trained African-American composers working professionally in the United States. These composers received