Black Women and Music

Black Women and Music This Collection Is The First Interdisciplinary Volume To Examine Black Women S Negotiation Of Race And Gender In African American Music Contributors Address Black Women S Activity In Musical Arenas That Pre And Postdate The Emergence Of The Vaudeville Blues Singers Of The 1920s Throughout, The Authors Illustrate Black Women S Advocacy Of Themselves As Blacks And As Women In Music Feminist Black Feminist The Editors Take Care To Stress That Each Term Warrants Interrogation Black Women Can And Have Forged, Often, But Not Always And Not Everywhere The Same Across Time Identities That Are Supple Enough To Accommodate A Sense Of Female Empowerment Through Musicking In Tandem With Their Sensitivities To Black Racial Allegiances Individual Essays Concern The Experiences Of Black Women In Classical Music And In Contemporary Blues, The History Of Black Female Gospel Inflected Voices In The Broadway Musical, And Hip Hop Feminism And Its Complications Focusing On Under Examined Contexts, Authors Introduce Readers To The Work Of A Prominent Gospel Announcer, Women S Music Festivals Predominantly Lesbian , And To Women S Involvement In An Early Avant Garde Black Music Collective In Contradistinction To A Compilation Of Biographies, This Volume Critically Illuminates Themes Of Black Authenticity, Sexual Politics, Access, Racial Uplift Through Music, And The Challenges Of Writing Black Feminist Biography Black Women And Music Is A Strong Reminder That Black Women Have Been And Are Both Social Actors And Artists Contributing To African American Thought.

[Epub] ↠ Black Women and Music  Author Eileen M. Hayes –
  • Hardcover
  • 280 pages
  • Black Women and Music
  • Eileen M. Hayes
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 9780252031847