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BMR Bulletin 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 Historical Overview of Soul Music in Chicago"/Robert Pruter; "Chicago Gospel"/Horace Clarence Boyer; "Jazz in Chicago: A Historical Overview"/Richard Wang; "Florence B. Price and Margaret Bonds: The Chicago Years"/Rae Linda Brown; "Chicago Imprints in the CBMR Database"/Otha Day; "Jubilee Singing Groups in Illinois: A Research Note"/Robin Hough; "Portrait of a Black Flutist"/Charles Walthall; "Dvorak and African-American Musicians, 1892-1985"/Maurice Peress; 1991 National Conference on Black Music Research: Abstracts of Papers". Editor: Samuel A. Floyd, Jr.Managing Associate Editor: Marsha J. Reisser. Associate Editors: Orin Moe and Rae Linda Brown. Vol. 12, No. 2. 30 pages.

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Fall 9-1-1990


Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago


Samuel A. Floyd, Jr., Robert Pruter, Horace Clarence Boyer, Richard Wang, Rae Linda Brown, Otha Day, Robin Hough, Charles Walthall, Maurice Peress, Columbia College Chicago, United States, music


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Black Music Research Bulletin, Fall 1990