The Roots of Texas Music (Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&m University)

The Roots of Texas Music (Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas A&m University)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 232 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781585442218
  • DDC分類 780.9764

Full Description

Celebrating the diverse sources of the music of the Lone Star State, this volume gathers chapters by specialists whose views may not have dominated the perception of Texas music to date. Editor Lawrence S. Clayton conceived this project as one that would not simply repeat the commmon wisdom about Texas music traditions, but rather would offer new perspectives. He therefore called on contributors whose work had been well-grounded but not necessarily widely published. The result is an original look at the musical traditions of Texas Germans and Czechs, black Creoles and Chicanos, and blues and gospel singers, among others. Gary Hartman's introductiuon places these repertoires within the larger picture of one of the most fertile musical seedbeds in America. The diverse genres included in the anthology also provide an introduction to the classes, cultures, races, and ethnic groups of Texas and highlight the ways in which the state's musical wealth has influenced the listening habits of the nation.

Table of Contents

        List of Illustrations                      ix
Preface xi
The Roots Run Deep
An Overview of Texas Music History 3 (34)
Gary Hartman
Texan Jazz
1920--50 37 (29)
Dave Oliphant
Put a Nickel in the Jukebox
The Texas Tradition in Country Music, 66 (29)
Joe W. Specht
Early Texas Bluesmen 95 (80)
John Lightfoot
Roots of Classical Music in Texas
The German Contribution 119(19)
Larry Wolz
Make a Joyful Noise
Some Popular Religious Music in 138(8)
Twentieth-Century Texas
Kenneth W. Davis
Chicano Music
Evolution and Politics to 1950 146(29)
Jose Angel Gutierrez
Czech and Polish Music in Texas before 175(42)
World War II
Carolyn F. Griffith
Black Creoles and the Evolution of Zydeco
in Southeast Texas
The Beginnings to 1950 192(25)
Roger Wood
Contributors 217(2)
Index 219