JULY 2007 MEMPHIS DOWNTOWNER 19 All your loneliness, I'll try to soothe, I'll play the blues for you ... — Albert King The story is almost as old as the currents of the Mississippi.
i Mapping the Blues Genes Preface : This essay, Mapping the Blues Genes , explores the first three decades of the printed history of early blues music.
Page 1 of 1 THE BLUES: EPISODE 7 Key to the Highway KEB’ MO’: Welcome to The Blues, the history of Americas greatest roots music from PRI,
Lesson Plan Mia Noffsinger (firstname.lastname@example.org) The Most Southern Place on Earth Blues, Blues Poetry, and Racial Identity Objectives: To introduce students to blues music through listening, looking at lyrics, and recounting brief history.
1 The Blues: From the Delta to the South Side of Chicago Reading the Blues If you'd like your students to gain an appreciation of the richness, complexity, depth, and pervasiveness of African-American culture in relation to the broader American culture, listen to music.
WASHINGTON BLUES FESTIVAL '70 —a benefit for blacks in blues— text by Martha Sanders Gilmore photos by George Gilmore Twenty-two shades of blues filled a musical canvas which sparkled and sputtered like a firefly, portraying the scene of the First Washington Blues Festival.
2/17/02 BLUES OVERVIEW PAGE 1 of 1 Blues overview ARC catalging genre HELPsheet 1 The blues are a strophic, lyric song form built on three short musical phrases, in duple meter, usually 4/4 time.
Ragtime, Blues, & Early Jazz Vocabulary Terms Page - 1 Ragtime, Blues, and Early Jazz VOCABULARY TERMS jazz A musical style created mainly by African Americans in early
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Whites, Blacks, and the Blues Overview This lesson enables students to explore and measure the distance between blacks and whites in the past and present United States.