Music history, dramatizing the African American experience. Pt. 1.

The Michigan State University Libraries presents "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", a reading of selected scenes from Sandra Seaton's play "Music History". Actors Teri Brown and Kenneth Nelson portray college students struggling with their relationship against the backdrop...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Nelson, Kenneth R. (Performer)
Seaton, Sandra
Brown, Teri D. (Performer)
Thomas, Mardra (Narrator)
Rodriguez, Michael (Michael J.)
Clauson, David M.
Language:English
Published: [2013]
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (43 min.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Audio Software
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The Michigan State University Libraries presents "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", a reading of selected scenes from Sandra Seaton's play "Music History". Actors Teri Brown and Kenneth Nelson portray college students struggling with their relationship against the backdrop of the civil rights movement and the sweeping cultural turmoil in America in the nineteen-sixties. Mardra Thomas narrates the play and introductory remarks are provided by the director, David Clauson and MSU Librarian Michael Rodriguez. Presented at the MSU Main Library as part of the Michigan Writers Series. Part one of three parts.
Note:Title supplied.
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Call Number:Voice 18111
Playing Time:00:43:00
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
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Recorded by the Vincent Voice Library, Mar. 15, 2013.