Music history, dramatizing the African American experience. Pt. 3.

In part three of the Michigan Writers Series event "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", playwright Sandra Seaton joins cast members and Michigan State University faculty members for a question and answer session following a dramatic reading of scenes from her play "Music His...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Seaton, Sandra
Brown, Teri D.
Collins, Brian
Dagbovie, Pero Gaglo
Clauson, David M.
Thomas, Mardra
Hamilton-Wray, Tama Lynne
Language:English
Published: [2013]
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 electronic audio file (29 min.) : digital, WAV, MP3 files.
Format: Audio Software
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In part three of the Michigan Writers Series event "Music History: Dramatizing the African American Experience", playwright Sandra Seaton joins cast members and Michigan State University faculty members for a question and answer session following a dramatic reading of scenes from her play "Music History" and a panel discussion of themes presented in her work. Participants discuss the historical context of the play, music and culture, the civil rights movement and the creative process. Brian Collins from the MSU Alumni Association also explains how new technology can augment classroom instruction. Held at the MSU Main Library.
Note:Electronic resource.
Call Number:Voice 18115
Playing Time:00:29:00
System Details:Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
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Recorded by the Vincent Voice Library, Mar. 15, 2013.