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Author Ramsey, Guthrie P.
Title Who hears here? : on Black music, pasts and present / Guthrie P. Ramsey, Jr. ; foreword by Tammy L. Kernodle ; afterword by Shana L. Redmond.
Publication Info. Oakland, California : University of California Press, [2022]
Open Library Cover
Location Call No. Status
 Stack 12  784.756 R    IN LIBRARY
Description xvii, 287 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Phono: black music and the global imagination ; 1
Phono (Oakland, Calif.) ; 1.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction : who hears here now? -- Cosmopolitan or provincial? : ideology in early Black music historiography, 1867-1940 -- Who hears here? : Black music, critical bias, and the musicological skin trade -- The pot liquor principle : developing a Black music criticism in American music studies -- Secrets, lies and transcriptions : new revisions on race, Black music and culture -- Muzing new hoods, making new identities : film, hip-hop culture, and jazz music -- Afro-Modernism and music : on science, community, and magic in the Black Avant-Garde -- Bebop, jazz manhood and "piano shame" -- Blues and the ethnographic truth -- Time is illmatic : a song for my father, a letter to my son -- A new kind of blue : the power of suggestion and the pleasure of groove in Robert Glasper's Black Radio -- Free jazz and the price of Black musical abstraction -- Jack Whitten's musical eye -- Out of place and out of line : Jason Moran's eclecticism as critical inquiry -- African American music -- Onward : an afterword by Shana L. Redmond.
Subject African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism.
Popular music -- Social aspects -- United States.
Musicology -- United States -- History.
Added Author Kernodle, Tammy L., 1969- author of foreword.
Redmond, Shana L., author of afterword.
ISBN 9780520281837 hardcover
0520281837 hardcover
9780520281844 paperback
0520281845 paperback
9780520392182 electronic book