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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: "Mose McQuitty's Unknown Career: A Personal History of Black Music in America"/D. Alex Albright; "A South Carolina Band in London, 1914"/Jeffrey P. Green; "Aspects of Musical Activities in the Black Communities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C, . 1840 to the Early 1920s"/ Doris Evans McGinty; "CBMR Editorial"/Samuel A. Floyd, Jr.; "Call for Proposals for the 1991 National Conference on Black Music Research". Editor: Samuel A. Floyd, Jr. Managing Associate Editor: Marsha J. Reisser. Associate Editors: Orin Moe and Rae Linda Brown. Vol. 11, No. 2. 14 pages.

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Fall 9-1-1989


Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago


Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., D. Alex Albright, Jeffrey P. Green, Doris Evans McGinty, Columbia College Chicago, United States, music


Arts and Humanities | Education

Black Music Research Bulletin, Fall 1989