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Description: The primary purpose of The Black Perspective in Music is to provide an opportunity for the free expression of ideas and opinions by persons interested in the Black-American and African performing arts, particularly from the creative point of view. Regular features include articles by musicologists, ethnomusicologists, historians, composers, and performing artists; interviews with well-known personalities in the arts; listings of new books, music, musicals, films, and recordings; announcements of special events (festivals, conferences, premiere performances, symposia), and periodic surveys of bibliographic materials. The Black Perspective in Music was published by the Foundation for Research in the Afro-American Creative Arts.
Coverage: 1973-1990 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 18)
Publication of this title ceased in 1990.
African American Studies,
Arts & Sciences VII Collection,
JSTOR Essential Collection,