Chapter 1. 1889:  A

Chapter 1. 1889: A "Black Patti" for the Ages: The Tennesses Jubilee Singers and Matilda Sissieretta Jones, 1889-1891

written by Lynn Abbott, fl. 2002 and Doug Seroff, fl. 2002 (Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2002), 13 page(s)

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Field of Interest
American Music
Author
Lynn Abbott, fl. 2002, Doug Seroff, fl. 2002
Content Type
Compendium
Format
Text
Sub Genre
Negro Spiritual, Spiritual
Page Count
13
Page Range
43-55
Publication Year
2002
Publisher
University Press of Mississippi
Place Published / Released
Jackson, MS
Subject
American Music, Music & Performing Arts, American Studies, African American Music, African American, Tennessee Jubilee Singers, Georgia Minstrels, New York Concert Company, Income, Legal contracts, Music careers, International travel, Performance venues, Songs, Musicians, Performance practice, Concerts, Performance criticism, Recording contracts, Music industry, African American Music, Voice, Música Afro-Americana, Música Afroamericana, New York City, NYC, City of New York, New York, New York, Indianapolis Freeman, New York Age, Sissieretta Jones, 1868-1933, James G. Bergen, fl. 1888, Lewis L. Brown, fl. 1889, Richard Jones, fl. 1883-1893, James R. Smith, fl. 1889, Will H. Pierce, fl. 1889, Florence Williams, fl. 1889, Katie Johnson, fl. 1889, B. F. Lightfoot, fl. 1889, J. B. Healy, fl. 1889, Jackson, MS, Jamaica, New York, NY
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Música Afro-Americana, Música Afroamericana, New York City, NYC, City of New York, New York, New York

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