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Hall Johnson

Author : Eugene Thamon Simpson
ISBN : 9781461701101
Genre : Music
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This definitive biography of the choral conductor and arranger Hall Johnson includes detailed information on his life and work in concert, on Broadway, and in the cinema, and examines Johnson's literary works, his poetry, and his music.

In Search Of The Great American Opera

Author : Frédéric Döhl
ISBN : 9783830981244
Genre : Music
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Die 'große amerikanische Oper' war und ist Gegenstand diverser Diskurse analog zur Diskussion um 'The Great American Novel'. Die Verlockung, den 'großen amerikanischen Roman' aufzuspüren, der gleichsam das Wesen seines Herkunftslandes zum Ausdruck bringe, scheint derart mächtig, dass bis heute mit Werken von Herman Melville bis Philip Roth stets neue Kandidaten angeführt werden. Bereits 1925 übertrug Benjamin Morris Steigman das Konzept auf die Musik und nannte Werke wie Horatio Parkers Mona (1912) oder Reginald de Kovens Rip van Winkle (1919) erste Versuche, eine 'Great American Opera' zu kreieren. Der vorliegende Band folgt in zwölf Fallstudien dieser Idee einer 'großen amerikanischen Oper' von der Zeit des Ersten Weltkriegs bis heute, beleuchtet ihre Ideologeme, ihre produktiven Potenziale und die Vielfalt ihrer Erscheinungsformen vom Musiktheater des Broadway bis in die Avantgarde.

Spirituals

Author : Kathleen A. Abromeit
ISBN : 9780895797995
Genre : African Americans
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Spirituals originated among enslaved Africans in America during the colonial era. They resonate throughout African American history from that time to the civil rights movement, from the cotton fields to the concert stage, and influenced everything from gospel music to blues and rap. They have offered solace in times of suffering, served as clandestine signals on the Underground Railroad, and been a source of celebration and religious inspiration. Spirituals are born from the womb of African American experience, yet they transcend national, disciplinary, and linguistic boundaries as they connect music, theology, literature and poetry, history, society, and education. In doing so, they reach every aspect of human experience. To make sense of the immense impact spirituals have made on music, culture, and society, this bibliography cites writings from a multidisciplinary perspective. This annotated bibliography documents articles, books, and dissertations published since 1902. Of those, 150 are books; 80 are chapters within books; 615 are journal articles, and 150 are dissertations, along with a selection of highly significant items published before 1920. The most recent publications included date from early 2014. Disciplines researched include music, literature and poetry, American history, religion, and African American Studies. Items included in the annotated bibliography are limited to English-language sources that were published in the United States and focus on African American spirituals in the United States, but there are a few select citations that focus on spirituals outside of the United States. Of the one thousand annotations, they are divided, roughly evenly, between: general studies and geographical studies; information about early spirituals; use of spirituals in art music, church music, and popular music; composers who based music on spirituals; performers of spirituals (ensembles and individuals); Bible, theology, and religious education; literature and poetry; pedagogical considerations, including the teaching of spirituals as well as prominent educators; reference works and a list of resources that were unavailable for review but are potentially useful. This book also offers considerable depth on particular topics such as the Fisk Jubilee Singers and William Grant Still with over thirty citations devoted to each. At the same time, materials included are quite diverse, with topics such as spirituals in Zora Neale Hurston’s novels; bible studies based on spirituals; enriching the teaching of geography through spirituals; Marian Anderson’s historic concert at the Lincoln Memorial; spiritual roots of rap; teaching dialect to singers; expressing African American religion in spirituals; Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s music; slave tradition of singing among the Gullah. The book contains indices by author, subject, and spiritual title. Additionally, an appendix of spirituals by biblical reference, listing both spiritual title to scriptural reference as well as scripture to spiritual title is included. T. L. Collins, Christian educator, compiled the appendix.

Spirit In The Dark

Author : Associate Professor of Religion and African-American Studies Josef Sorett
ISBN : 9780199844937
Genre : African Americans in literature
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Most of the major black literary and cultural movements of the twentieth century have been understood and interpreted as secular, secularizing and, at times, profane. In this book, Josef Sorett demonstrates that religion was actually a formidable force within these movements, animating and organizing African American literary visions throughout the years between the New Negro Renaissance of the 1920s and the Black Arts movement of the 1960s. Sorett unveils the contours of a literary history that remained preoccupied with religion even as it was typically understood by authors, readers, and critics alike to be modern and, therefore, secular. Spirit in the Dark offers an account of the ways in which religion, especially Afro-Protestantism, remained pivotal to the ideas and aspirations of African American literature across much of the twentieth century. From the dawn of the New Negro Renaissance until the ascendance of the Black Arts movement, black writers developed a spiritual grammar for discussing race and art by drawing on terms such as "church" and "spirit" that were part of the landscape and lexicon of American religious history. Sorett demonstrates that religion and spirituality have been key categories for identifying and interpreting what was (or was not) perceived to constitute or contribute to black literature and culture. By examining figures and movements that have typically been cast as "secular," he offers theoretical insights that trouble the boundaries of what counts as "sacred" in scholarship on African American religion and culture. Ultimately, Spirit in the Dark reveals religion to be an essential ingredient, albeit one that was always questioned and contested, in the forging of an African American literary tradition.

The Hall Johnson Collection

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ISBN : 9780825849640
Genre : African Americans
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Historical Dictionary Of Choral Music

Author : Melvin P. Unger
ISBN : 0810873923
Genre : Music
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The Historical Dictionary of Choral Music focuses on choral music and practice in the Western world from the medieval era to the 21st century. This is done through a chronology, introduction, bibliography, and over 1000 cross-referenced dictionary entries on important composers, genres, conductors, institutions, styles, and technical terms of choral music.

The Dramatic Works Of William Shakspere From The Text Of Johnson Stevens Sic Reed With Glossarial Notes His Life Etc By N Rowe

Author : William Shakespeare
ISBN : OXFORD:590899498
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Eliot S Dark Angel Intersections Of Life And Art

Author : Ronald Schuchard Goodrich C. White Professor of English Emory University
ISBN : 0195349083
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Schuchard's critical study draws upon previously unpublished and uncollected materials in showing how Eliot's personal voice works through the sordid, the bawdy, the blasphemous, and the horrific to create a unique moral world and the only theory of moral criticism in English literature. The book also erodes conventional attitudes toward Eliot's intellectual and spiritual development, showing how early and consistently his classical and religious sensibility manifests itself in his poetry and criticism. The book examines his reading, his teaching, his bawdy poems, and his life-long attraction to music halls and other modes of popular culture to show the complex relation between intellectual biography and art.

The Dramatic Works Of William Shakspeare

Author : William Shakespeare
ISBN : HARVARD:32044086736030
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Dwight S Journal Of Music A Paper Of Art And Literature

Author : John Sullivan Dwight
ISBN : OSU:32435056737471
Genre : Music
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