Nathaniel Dett reader

essays on Black sacred music
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Duke University Press , Durham, N.C
Church music -- United States., Music -- United States -- Religious aspects., Afro-Americans -- Music., Soul music., Bibliography of Dett"s works p
Statementedited by Jon Michael Spencer.
SeriesBlack sacred music : a journal of theomusicology -- Vol.5, no.2, Black sacred music -- Vol.5, no.2.
ContributionsSpencer, Jon Michael., Dett, Nathaniel, 1822-1943.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 138p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22450887M

The R. Nathaniel Dett Reader: Essays on Black Sacred Music. Foreword. View article. PDF. Introduction. Introduction. Jon Michael Spencer. View article. PDF. The Writings of R. Nathaniel Dett.

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There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc). OCLC Number: Notes: "A special issue of Black sacred music: a journal of theomusicology." "The focus of this reader of the complete writings of musician and scholar Robert Nathaniel Dett () is African American sacred music"--Preface.

Nathaniel Dett () was an African American composer, pianist and choral director who was born in Canada. He led the famous Hampton Institute Choir fromand led choirs on national radio programs.

Dett's compositions were mainly works for solo piano in a late Romantic style, and choral works based on biblical themes and spirituals. Robert Nathaniel Dett and the Music of the Harlem Renaissance Daniel Weaver Buffalo State College, [email protected] Advisor Felix L.

Armfield, Ph. D., Professor of History First Reader Felix L. Armfield, Ph.D., Professor of History Second Reader Carolyn Guzski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Music Department Chair. The Hampton Choir, under Dett's direction, was the first mixed group to sing in Salzburg Cathedral Nathaniel Dett reader book Simpson's full account of Dett as a successful professional musician, compiled primarily as a reference work, will also interest the general reader.

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We hope that you will enjoy this wonderful classic book, and that Author: R. Nathaniel Dett. This volume comprises the complete writings of musician and scholar Robert Nathaniel Dett on the subject of African American sacred music.

As these essays demonstrate, Dett remains one of the leading authorities on the subject of the black spiritual. Arranged and edited by Nathaniel Dett and published inthis little songbook comes with the score and lyrics for such gems as "O, I Got a Light," "Balm in Gilead," Daniel Saw the Stone," "Go Down Moses," "Many Thousand Gone," "My Brother, I Do Wonder, "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Shine Along," "Steal Away." Twenty six songs in all.5/5(1).

The R. Nathaniel Dett Reader, a compilation of Dett's published and unpublished writings on black sacred music (a special issue in of Black Sacred Music: A Journal of Theomusicology), also included an introductory essay on Dett.

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Includes photos, analyses, and musical examples. "Spencer brings together many independent strands of the Harlem Renaissance that have not been joined previously to propose a new theory of the epoch.

This book is an important contribution to the history of African American music in the twentieth century". -- John Graziano, City University of New York"His splendid reexamination of the Harlem Renaissance is a critical.

Dett, R. Nathaniel () [ ]. “Religious Folk Songs of the Negro: As Sung at Hampton Institute.” In Jon Michael Spencer (ed.), The R.

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Information about personalities such as Marian Anderson, La Verne Baker, Dorothy Love Coates, Nathaniel Dett, Thomas Dorsey, Frederick Douglass, Duke Ellington, and the Golden Gate Quartet are contained among the collection materials.

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Published from toBlack Sacred Music sought to establish theomusicology—a theologically informed musicology—as a distinct discipline, incorporating methods from anthropology, sociology, psychology, and philosophy to examine the full range of black sacred music.

Topics included black secular music, the early days of rap, soul, jazz, civil rights songs. The entire text of “He Never Said a Mumbalin’ Word” narrates the events of the crucifixion scene. Stanza one sets the scene: “They crucified my Lord.” The “my Lord” has the same effect as it does in the first stanza of “Were You There,” placing the singer at the hill of Calvary and actually seeing Jesus on the cross.Dett, R.

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