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This Is How We Flow: Rhythm in Black Cultures

edited by Angela M.S. Nelson
Format
Book
Published
Columbia : University of South Carolina Press, c1999.
Language
English
ISBN
1570031908
Contents
  • Rap on rhythm / Juliette Bowles
  • Jazz time and our time: a view from the outside in / Mark Sumner Harvey
  • Some aesthetic suggestions for a working theory of the "undeniable groove": how do we speak about Black rhythm, setting text, and composition? / William C. Banfield
  • Rhythm and rhyme in rap / Angela M.S. Nelson
  • The music of Martin Luther King, Jr. / Richard Lischer
  • Rhythm in Claude McKay's "Harlem dancer" / Ronald Dorris
  • Chanting down Babylon: three Rastafarian dub poets / Darren J.N. Middleton
  • Rhythm as modality and discourse in Daughters of the dust / D. Soyini Madison
  • Rhythms of resistance: the role of freedom song in South Africa / Alton B. Pollard III
  • The rhythm of everyday politics: public performance and political transitions in Mali / Zeric Kay Smith.
Description
vi, 160 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [151]-152) and index.
Technical Details
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