2 edition of Disintegrating the Musical found in the catalog.
September 2002 by Duke University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||338|
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Disintegrating the Musical covers territory both familiar—Show Boat, Stormy Weather, Porgy and Bess—and obscure—musical films by pioneer black director Oscar Micheaux, Lena Horne’s first film The Duke Is Tops, specialty numbers tucked into better-known features, and lost classics like the short Jammin’ the Blues.
It considers the social and cultural Cited by: Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals to jazz shorts, from sorrow songs to show tunes to bebop and by: Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals.
Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals to jazz shorts, from sorrow songs to show tunes to bebop and : Duke University Press.
"Disintegrating the Musical combines meticulous documentation with a balanced temporally and conceptually building argument Knight's book should be used as more than just an examination of a generic form, or of, indeed, particularly racial : Arthur Knight.
Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals to jazz shorts, from sorrow songs to show tunes to bebop and : Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black cast musicals to jazz shorts, from sorrow songs to show tunes to be-bop and : Arthur Knight.
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Disintegrating the Musical: Black Performance and American From the earliest sound films to the present, American cinema has represented African Americans as decidedly musical. Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals.
Arthur Knight is Associate Professor of American Studies and English at the College of William & Mary. He is coeditor of Soundtrack Available: Essays on Film and Popular Music, pu. Disintegrating the Musical, he writes, arose from his interest in a later period of black musical performance – black-cast musicals like Car Wash, blaxploitation cinema, and “integrationist – or even polyracial – pop musicals like Fame” , and he closes his book with what, in many ways, would seem to be a proposal for a second volume).
Knight’s book is also of interest in. Disintegrating the Musical tracks and analyzes this history of musical representations of African Americans, from blacks and whites in blackface to black-cast musicals to jazz shorts, from sorrow songs to show tunes to bebop and beyond.
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Basis: The Wild Party, by Joseph Moncure March. Arthur Knight’s most popular book is The Liveliest Art: A Panoramic History of the Movies. Arthur Knight has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Arthur Knight’s most popular book is The Liveliest Art: A Panoramic History of the Movies. Disintegrating the Musical: Black Performance and American Musical Film by. Arthur Knight.
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