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BMR Newsletter is published by the Columbia College Center for Black Music Research and is devoted to the encouragement and promotion of scholarship and cultural activity in black American music, and is intended to serve as a medium for the sharing of ideas and information regarding current and future research and activities in universities and research centers. Articles: "A Brief Introduction to the Zulu Choirs"/Doug Seroff; "Beethoven As a Black Composer"/Dominique-Rene de Lerma; "Composers Corner/Lucius R. Wyatt; "The Music Department at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center"/Deborra Richardson; "Introducing....Members of the National Advisory Board of the Center for Black Music Research"/Bruce Tucker; "Abstracts of Papers to be delivered at the 1985 National Conference on Black Music Research at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts"/Richard A. Long; "News and Notes From...the Center for Black Music Research"/Josephine Wright. Editor: Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. Vol. 8, No. 1. 14 pages.

Publication Date

Fall 9-1-1985


Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago


Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., Doug Seroff, Dominique-Rene de Lerma, Lucius R. Wyatt, Deborra Richardson, Bruce Tucker, Richard A. Long, Josephine Wright, Columbia College Chicago, United States, music


Arts and Humanities | Education

Black Music Research Newsletter, Fall 1985