eBook Encyclopedia Of African American Music, 1st Edition

  • Tammy Kernodle
  • Published By:
  • ISBN-10: 0313342008
  • ISBN-13: 9780313342004
  • DDC: 780.89
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1116 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released January 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
  • Price:  Sign in for price

About

Overview

Providing a lyrical history of our nation, this groundbreaking encyclopedia, the first of its kind, showcases all facets of African American music including folk, religious, concert and popular styles.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Advisory Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
A Timeline of Significant Moments in African American Music.
1: Adams, Alton Augustus (1889–1987).
2: Adams, Yolanda (1961–).
3: Adderley, Cannonball (1928–1975).
4: African Influences.
5: Afrofuturism.
6: Allen, Richard (1760–1831).
7: Allen, William Duncan (1906–1999).
8: Alston, Lettie Beckon (1953–).
9: American Federation of Musicians, The.
10: Anderson, Marian (1902–1993).
11: Antebellum Period (1784–1860).
12: Antiphony (Call and Response).
13: Appropriation of African American Music.
14: Armstrong, Louis (1900–1971).
15: Badu, Erykah (1971–).
16: Bailey, DeFord (1899–1982).
17: Baiocchi, Regina Harris (1956–).
18: Baker, Lavern (1928–1997).
19: Bambaataa, Afrika (1960–).
20: Banfield, William C. (1961–).
21: Banjo.
22: Basie, Count (1904–1984).
23: Battle, Kathleen (1948–).
24: Beach Music.
25: Beale Street.
26: Bechet, Sidney (1897–1959).
27: Belafonte, Harry (1927–).
28: Berry, Chuck (1926–).
29: Big Bands.
30: Black Arts Movement.
31: Black Church Music—History.
32: Black Church Music—Hymnists and Psalmists.
33: Black Rock Music.
34: Black-Owned Music Publishing Companies.
35: Black-Owned Record Labels.
36: Blake, Eubie (ca. 1883–1983).
37: Blakey, Art (1919–1990).
38: Blind Boys of Alabama.
39: Blues.
40: Boogie-Woogie.
41: Booker T. and the MGs.
42: Boyer, Horace Clarence (1935–2009).
43: Brass Bands.
44: Brown, James (1933–2006).
45: Brown, Oscar, Jr. (1926–2005).
46: Brown, William Albert (1938–2004).
47: Caesar, Shirley (1939–).
48: Calloway, Cab (1907–1994).
49: Camp Meeting Songs.
50: Carter, Betty (1929–1998).
51: Charles, Ray (1930–2004).
52: Charleston, South Carolina, and Surrounding Areas.
53: Chenier, Clifton (1925–1987).
54: Chicago, Illinois.
55: Civil Rights Movement Music.
56: Cleveland, James (1932–1991).
57: Clinton, George (1940–).
58: Cole, Nat King (1919–1965).
59: Coleman, Ornette (1930–).
60: Coltrane, John (1926–1967).
61: Concert Music—Composers and Repertoire.
62: Concert Music—Conductors and Performers.
63: Congo Square.
64: Cooke, Sam (1931–1964).
65: Cooper, William Benjamin (1920–1993).
66: Country Music.
67: Cox, Ida (1896–1967).
68: Cube, Ice (1969–).
69: Dance and Music.
70: Davis, Miles (1926–1991).
71: Davis, Rev. Gary (1896–1972).
72: Davis, Sammy, Jr. (1925–1990).
73: Dawson, William Levi (1899–1990).
74: Detroit, Michigan.
75: Diddley, Bo (1928–2008).
76: Diddy (1969–).
77: Disco.
78: Dixie Hummingbirds.
79: Dixon, Willie James (1915–1992).
80: Domino, Fats (1928–).
81: Doo-Wop.
82: Dorsey, Thomas A. (1899–1993).
83: Dre, Dr. (1965–).
84: Drifters, The.
85: Eckstine, Billy (1914–1993).
86: Edmonds, Kenneth “Babyface” (1959–).
87: Educators, Schools, Colleges, and Universities.
88: Ellington, Duke (1899–1974).
89: Elliott, Missy (1971–).
90: Experimental Music.
91: Field Hollers.
92: Fife and Drum.
93: Fitzgerald, Ella (1917–1996).
94: Flack, Roberta (1937–).
95: Floyd, Samuel A., Jr. (1937–).
96: Franklin, Aretha (1942–).
97: Funk.
98: Game Songs.
99: Gaye, Marvin (1939–1984).
100: Gillespie, Dizzy (1917–1993).
101: Go-Go.
102: Gordy, Berry (1929–).
103: Gospel Music.
104: Graves, Denyce (1964–).
105: Green, Al (1946–).
106: Griot.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Hailstork, Adolphus (1941–).
2: Hairston, Jester (1901–2000).
3: Hampton, Lionel (1909–2002).
4: Hancock, Herbie (1940–).
5: Handy, W. C. (1873–1958).
6: Harris, Corey (1969–).
7: Hathaway, Donny (1945–1979).
8: Hawkins, Coleman (1904–1969).
9: Hawkins, Edwin (1943–), and the Edwin Hawkins Singers.
10: Hawkins, Erskine (1914–1993).
11: Hayes, Isaac (1942–2008).
12: Henderson, Fletcher (1897–1952).
13: Hendrix, Jimi (1942–1970).
14: Hinderas, Natalie (1927–1987).
15: Hines, Earl (“Fatha”) (1905–1983).
16: Hip Hop Culture.
17: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
18: Holiday, Billie (1915–1959).
19: Holland, Jonathan Bailey (1974–).
20: Hooker, John Lee (1917–2001).
21: Horn, Shirley (1934–2005).
22: Horne, Lena (1917–2010).
23: House Music.
24: Houston, Whitney (1963–).
25: Humes, Helen (1913–1981).
26: Hunter, Alberta (1895–1984).
27: Improvisation.
28: Ink Spots.
29: Instruments, Folk.
30: Jackson, Mahalia (1911–1972).
31: Jackson, Michael (1958–2009).
32: Jay-Z (1970–).
33: Jazz.
34: Jefferson, Blind Lemon (1897–1929).
35: Johnson, George W. (ca. 1850–ca. 1910).
36: Johnson, Robert (1911–1938).
37: Joplin, Scott (1868–1917).
38: Jordan, Louis (1908–1975).
39: Jubilee Singers.
40: Kansas City, Missouri, and the Territories.
41: Kay, Ulysses (1917–1995).
42: Kerr, Thomas (1915–1988).
43: Keys, Alicia (1981–).
44: King, B. B. (1925–).
45: King, Betty Jackson (1928–1994).
46: Knowles, Beyoncé (1981–).
47: LaBelle, Patti (1944–).
48: Lane, William Henry (Master Juba) (1825–1853).
49: Ledbetter, Huddie (Lead Belly) (1889–1949).
50: Lewis, Henry (1932–1996).
51: Lewis, John (1920–2001).
52: “Lining Out”.
53: Liston, Melba (1926–1999).
54: Literature on African American Music.
55: Little Richard (1932–).
56: Los Angeles, California, and the West Coast.
57: Marching Bands.
58: Marsalis, Branford (1960–).
59: Marsalis, Wynton (1961–).
60: Martin, Roberta (1907–1969).
61: Mary Mary—Erica Campbell (1972–) and Tina Campbell (1974–).
62: Master P. (1970–).
63: Mathis, Johnny (1935–).
64: Mayfield, Curtis (1942–1999).
65: Maynor, Dorothy (1910–1996).
66: McFerrin, Bobby (1950–).
67: McRae, Carmen (1920–1994).
68: Memphis, Tennessee.
69: Memphis Minnie (1897–1973).
70: Memphis Sound.
71: Military Bands.
72: Mills Brothers, The.
73: Mingus, Charles (1922–1979).
74: Minneapolis, Minnesota.
75: Minstrel Shows.
76: Mo', Keb' (1951–).
77: Monk, Thelonious Sphere (1917–1982).
78: Morton, Jelly Roll (1885 or 1890–1941).
79: Motown Sound.
80: Movies.
81: Mumford, Jeffrey (1955–).
82: Ndegeocello, Meshell (1969–).
83: Neo Soul.
84: New England.
85: New Jack Swing.
86: New Orleans, Louisiana.
87: Nickerson, Camille (1888–1982).
88: Norman, Jessye (1945–).
89: Notorious B.I.G. (1972–1997).
90: Odetta (1930–2008).
91: Oliver, King (1885–1938).
92: Opera.
93: Orchestras, Symphonies, and Chamber Ensembles.
94: Organizations and Associations for African American Music and Musicians.
95: Outkast.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Parker, Charlie (1920–1955).
2: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
3: Philadelphia Sound.
4: Pickett, Wilson (1941–2006).
5: Platters, The.
6: Pop Singers.
7: Popular Music.
8: Popular Venues (Café Society, Nightclubs, and Dance Halls).
9: Price, Leontyne (1927–).
10: Pride, Charley (1939–).
11: Prince (1958–).
12: Protest Songs.
13: Public Enemy.
14: Queen Latifah (1970–).
15: Race Music and Records.
16: Radio.
17: Ragtime.
18: Rainey, Ma (1886–1939).
19: R & B (Rhythm and Blues).
20: Rap Music.
21: Rawls, Lou (1933–2006).
22: Reagon, Bernice Johnson (1942–).
23: Reconstruction Period: 1863–1877.
24: Recording Industry.
25: Redding, Otis (1941–1967).
26: Reese, Della (1931–).
27: Renaissance, Chicago: 1935–1950.
28: Renaissance, Harlem: 1917–1935.
29: Robeson, Paul (1898–1976).
30: Robinson, Smokey (1940–).
31: Rock ‘n’ Roll.
32: Rollins, Sonny (1930–).
33: Ronettes, The.
34: Rushing, Jimmy (1903–1972).
35: Russell, George (1923–2009).
36: Ryder, Georgia Atkins (1924–2005).
37: Sacred Steel Guitar.
38: Salt-N-Pepa.
39: Scott, Hazel (1920–1981).
40: Sea Islands of Georgia and South Carolina, The.
41: Shakur, Tupac (1971–1996).
42: Shape Note Singing.
43: Simmons, Russell (1957–).
44: Simone, Nina (1933–2003).
45: Singing and Praying Bands.
46: Singing Conventions.
47: Sissle, Noble (1889–1975).
48: Slave Festivals.
49: Slave Music, Antislavery Songs.
50: Slave Music of the South.
51: Slave Utterances.
52: Sly and the Family Stone.
53: Smallwood, Richard (1948–).
54: Smith, Bessie (1892 or 1894–1937).
55: Smith, Mamie (1883–1946).
56: Smith, Willie “The Lion” (1897–1973).
57: Snoop Dogg (1972–).
58: Soul Music.
59: Southern, Eileen Jackson (1920–2002).
60: Spearman, Rawn (1924–2009).
61: Spirituals.
62: Staple Singers, The.
63: Stax Records.
64: Still, William Grant (1895–1978).
65: Stitt, Sonny (1924–1982).
66: Stono Rebellion, The.
67: Stride.
68: String Bands and Ensembles.
69: Sun Ra (1915–1993).
70: Supremes, The.
71: Tatum, Art (1910–1956).
72: Taylor, Cecil (1929–).
73: Taylor, Koko (1938–2009).
74: Techno.
75: Television.
76: Theater and Musicals.
77: Theater Owners' Booking Association (T.O.B.A.).
78: Thomas, Rufus (1917–2001).
79: Thornton, Big Mama (1926–1984).
80: Transgendered Performers.
81: Turner, Big Joe (1911–1985).
82: Turner, Ike (1931–2007) and Tina (1939–).
83: Turntablism.
84: 2 Live Crew.
85: Vaudeville and Tin Pan Alley.
86: Vaughan, Sarah (1924–1990).
87: Videos, Music.
88: Wallace, Sippie (1898–1986).
89: Waller, Fats (1904–1943).
90: Ward, Clara (1924–1973).
91: Warfield, William (1920–2002).
92: Washington, Dinah (1924–1963).
93: Waters, Ethel (1896–1977).
94: Waters, Muddy (1915–1983).
95: Watts, Andre (1946–).
96: West, Kanye (1977–).
97: White, Josh (1914–1969).
98: Williams, Mary Lou (1910–1981).
99: Wilson, Cassandra (1955–).
100: Wilson, Jackie (1934–1984).
101: Wilson, Nancy (1937–).
102: Winans Family, The.
103: Wolf, Howlin' (1910–1976).
104: Womack, Bobby (1944–).
105: Wonder, Stevie (1950–).
106: Work Songs.
107: Zydeco, Buckwheat (1947–).
108: Zydeco Music.
Significant Compositions by African American Concert, Jazz, and Gospel Composers.
Significant Music Videos of African American Music.
Major Archives, Research Centers, and Web Sites for African American Music.
A Selected Bibliography of Resources and Reference Works in African American Music.
A Selected Bibliography of African American Music: Genre Specific, 1989–2010.
About the Editors and Contributors.
Index.