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Black Music, Black Poetry : Blues and Jazz's Impact on African American Versification.

Author: Gordon E Thompson
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2016.
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Thompson, Gordon E.
Black Music, Black Poetry : Blues and Jazz's Impact on African American Versification
London : Taylor and Francis,c2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gordon E Thompson
ISBN: 9781317173915 1317173910
OCLC Number: 1018151620
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.

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Description: 1 online resource (214 p.)
Contents: Contents: Foreword; Introduction: lyrical aesthetics in African American poetry, Gordon E. Thompson. Part I Authenticity in Black Music and Poetry: 'Original rags': African American secular music and the cultural legacy of Paul Laurence Dunbar's poetry, Ray Sapirstein; Paul Laurence Dunbar and the spirituals, Lauri Ramey; 'Greatest is the song': blues as poetic communication in early Langston Hughes and Sterling A. Brown, John Edgar Tidwell; 'A real, solid, sane, racial something': Langston Hughes's blues poetry, David Chinitz. Part II Jazz: Its Spiritual Lyricism: The funk aesthetic in African American poetry, Tony Bolden; 'Go in the wilderness': the missionary impulse of Michael Harper's poetry, Joseph A. Brown. Part III Lyricism and the Sonic Aesthetic: Amiri Baraka: phenomenologist of jazz spirit, Christopher Winks; Nathaniel Mackey's 'Song of the Andoumboulou': making different music, Scarlett Higgins; Hearing a new musical instrument: Harryette Mullen's critical lyricism, Lisa Mansell. Part IV Transformational Lyricism: 'Taking it out!': Jayne Cortez's collaborations with the Firespitters, Renee M. Kingan; Pops, pygmies, and Pentecostal fire: Sanders and Thomas's 'The Creator has a Master Plan', Michael Coyle; References; Index.
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