The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture - Vol. 12

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CONTENTS
General Introductionxiii
Introductionxix
MUSIC1
Black Music19
Bluegrass24
Blues31
Cajun Music39
Classical Music and Opera43
Country Music48
Dance, Black56
Dance, Development of60
Festivals, Folk Music64
Gospel Music, Black67
Gospel Music, White69
Hip-Hop and Rap74
Honky-Tonk Music80
Jazz83
Minstrelsy89
Música Tejana92
Music Industry98
Protest Music101
R&B106
Radio111
Ragtime113
Rockabilly118
Rock and Roll122
Sacred Harp128
Soul Music133
Southern Rock138
Spirituals141
Square Dancing and Clogging145
Western Swing148
Zydeco152
Accordion159
Acuff, Roy159
Ailey, Alvin161
All-Day Singings162
Allison, Mose163
Allman Brothers Band164
Armstrong, Louis166
Arrested Development168
Austin City Limits169
Autry, Gene170
Bailey, DeFord171
Baker, Etta172
Balfa, Dewey173
Banjo174
Beach Music175
Beale Street177
Bechet, Sidney178
Blackwood Brothers179
Bland, Bobby “Blue”181
Blues-Singing Women182
Bolden, Buddy185
Brooks, Garth186
Brown, James188
Brumley, Albert190
Buffet, Jimmy191
Burnett, Chester Arthur (Howlin’ Wolf)193
Burnside, R. L.196
Byrd, Henry (Professor Longhair)197
Carter Family199
Cash, Johnny200
Charles, Ray202
Chenier, Clifton203
Cline, Patsy204

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • General Introduction xiii
  • Introduction xix
  • Music 1
  • Index of Contributors 393
  • Index 395
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