Music history, dramatizing the African American experience. Pt. 2.

In part two of "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", a panel discussion featuring Michigan State University faculty members follows a dramatic reading of scenes from Sandra Seaton's play "Music History". Exploring themes from Seaton's play, the panel demonstrates the ways new...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Prouty, Ken
Dagbovie, Pero Gaglo
Hamilton-Wray, Tama Lynne
Collins, Brian (Moderator)
Language:English
Published: [2013]
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (1 hr., 1 min., 30 sec.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Audio Software
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In part two of "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", a panel discussion featuring Michigan State University faculty members follows a dramatic reading of scenes from Sandra Seaton's play "Music History". Exploring themes from Seaton's play, the panel demonstrates the ways new technology is being used to explore the meaning of the civil rights movement and the African American experience via the innovative use of the MSU Alumni Association's Knowledge Network media platform. MSUAA representative Brian Collins moderates the discussion and assists with the use of the technology by panel members. Featured presentations include, "A History of Music in 'Music History'", by Professor Ken Prouty, "Reflections on Sandra Seaton's 'Music History': An Imaginative Understanding of the Civil Right Movement" by Professor Pero Dagbovie, and "Coming of Age In 'Music History'" by Professor Tama Hamilton-Wray. Part of the MSU Libraries' Michigan Writers Series. Held at the MSU Main Library.
Note:Electronic resource.
Call Number:Voice 18113
Playing Time:01:01:30
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
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Recorded by the Vincent Voice Library, Mar. 15, 2013.