Popular MusicAmerican popular entertainers, such as the blackface minstrels of the early nineteenth century, have always utilized ballads, songs, and dances of no known origins. No conscious concept of “traditional music” emerged, however, until the late nineteenth century. The first published collection of slave ... ...
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