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With These Hands - Fela Sowande And His Quiet Rhythm* - Softly, Softly (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The term used before by the popular music industry for recordings intended for an African American audience (later called rhythm and blues). Urban Blues Blues pieces written for publication and professional performance.
  2. After completing his service, Arvanitas relocated permanently to Paris where he led the house band at the Club St. Germain before he graduated to the city's premier jazz venue, the legendary Blue Note. There he supported American stars like Dexter Gordon and Chet Baker, and as his profile grew, he also gained notoriety as a leader.
  3. popular Zimbabwe musician who got involved in politics and politicized his lyrics at the time Zimbabwe was trying to gain its independence from Britian. The british did not like the African people listening and playing thier music so he imitated the sounds of traditional african instruments on western instruments in addition to writing poems.
  4. In His Hands was designed to be used with the In His Hands Multimedia DVD. This DVD provides images of great works of art from the Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery that are interwoven into the fabric of the cantata. As the story unfolds, visual images .
  5. Start studying Music Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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  7. Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Horns (saxes and brass) Question 6: The song “Respect” was written by Otis Redding, but made popular by "Lady Soul" Aretha Franklin. In this song you can hear the music revisit the sound of s rock by featuring a saxophone solo, but, the song also looks forward to the future by using a wah wah effect on which instrument?

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