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Exploring American folk music : ethnic, grassroots, and regional traditions in the United States

Lornell, Kip 1953- (Author). Lornell, Kip 1953- Introducing American folk music. (Added Author).

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Kirtland Community College Library ML 3551 .L67 2012 30775305464969 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781617032646 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 1617032646 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 9781617032653 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 1617032654 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 9781617032660 (ebook)
  • ISBN: 1617032662 (ebook)
  • Physical Description: print
    xxii, 386 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: 3rd ed.
  • Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, c2012.

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General Note:
Prev. ed. published under title: Introducing American folk music.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Formatted Contents Note: Start here! -- Mass media -- Fieldwork in twenty-first-century America -- Anglo-American secular folk music -- Anglo-American sacred music -- African American religious folk music -- African American secular folk music -- Ethnic and Native American traditions -- The Hispanic American diaspora -- The folk revivals -- The folk roots of contemporary popular music -- Urban folk music.
Summary, etc.: Exploring American Folk Music: Ethnic, Grassroots, and Regional Traditions in the United States reflects the fascinating diversity of regional and grassroots music. The book covers the diverse strains of American folk music--Latin, Native American, African, French-Canadian, British, and Cajun--and offers a chronology of the development of folk music in the United States. The book is divided into twelve chapters covering topics as seemingly disparate as sacred harp singing, conjunto music, the folk revival, blues, and ballad singing. It is among the few textbooks in American music that recognizes the importance and contributions of Native Americans as well as those who live, sing, and perform music along our borderlands, from the French-speaking citizens in northern Vermont to the extensive Hispanic population living north of the Rio Grande River. "The Folk Roots of Contemporary Popular Music" includes detailed information about the roots of hip hop. This edition features a new chapter on urban folk music, exploring traditions in our cities, with a case study focusing on Washington, D.C. Exploring American Folk Music introduces the reader to important figures in American music such as Bob Wills, Lydia Mendoza, Bob Dylan, and Muddy Waters, who helped shape what America sounds like in the twenty-first century. It also features new sections at the end of each chapter with up-to-date recommendations for suggested listening, reading, and viewing [Publisher description]
Subject: Folk music United States History and criticism
Popular music United States History and criticism
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