The Sound of Music

The gift of music is one of the many cultural gifts that African-Americans have given this nation. Regardless of the genre of music under examination, even a cursory examination will reveal that persons of African descent had a hand in its creation and Black-Children-Chain-Gang-1900sdevelopment as a staple of the American musical lexicon. The alluded to music has multiple utilities as indicated by this musical offering right here.

Dr. James Thomas Jones III (23)

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  1. I agree! African Americans have contributed a lot when it comes to music. It’s amazing how music have changed so much over time and how the voices have changed. I love music from like the 1920’s -1990’s. I feel like music had more soul to it then. Don’t get me wrong I also enjoy the music now but I prefer to listen to music before my time as an older person would say lol.

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