Gospel Music: An African American Art Form (Paperback)

Gospel Music: An African American Art Form By Joan Rucker-Hillsman, James Boyer for the Late Boyer (Contribution by), Dominique Lloyd (Editor) Cover Image
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This book is designed for the general reader of gospel music, as well as those who incorporate gospel into their lesson plans on the academic level. "Gospel Music: An African American Art Form" provides music information on the heritage of gospel from its African roots, Negro spirituals, traditional and contemporary gospel music trends. The mission and purpose of this book is to provide a framework of study of gospel music, which is in the mainstream of other music genres. There are 8 detailed sections, appendices and resources on gospel music which include African Roots and Characteristics and history, Negro Spirituals, Black Congregational Singing, Gospel history and Movement, Gripping effects: Cross Over Artists, Youth in Gospel, and Gospel Music in the Academic Curriculum with lesson plans. There is a wealth of knowledge on the cultural heritage of "Gospel Music As An Art Form.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781460232200
ISBN-10: 1460232208
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication Date: December 30th, 2014
Pages: 152
Language: English