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Sing, Dance & Shout Through Oppression

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Workshop on gospel music: traditional African antecedents of gospel music, religious and secular forms developed, and economic and political factors shaping gospel music.

Author: Derrick Spiva

Student Cost $60

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Table of Contents

  • 1: Why Study Gospel Music?
  • 2: Gospel as a "Soundtrack" of Life
  • 3: Africana Culture/History Part 1–A Summary
  • 4: Africana Culture/History Part 2–A Summary
  • 5: Gospel’s African Origins
  • 6: The Gospel Music Industry -The Business of Creating and Sharing Music
  • 7: Spirituals
  • 8: The American Civil War & Reconstruction
  • 9: The Foundations of Gospel
  • 10: The Development & Marketing of Gospel Music
  • 11: Gospel Music and Civil Rights
  • 12: Gospel’s Evolution & Mainstreaming
  • 13: Gospel Change Makers
  • 14: The Great Gospel Groups and Changing the World

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