Black Music as an Art Form

Posted: March 16, 2012 in Jazz, Jazz & Blues, Olly Wilson, The Colour Line
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Author: Olly Wilson
Source: Black Music Research Journal, Vol 3 (http://jazzstudiesonline.org/?q=node/434)

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Wilson squarely confronts the challenge of defining what “black music” is in all its vastness and diversity. He argues that it should not be thought of as a set of specific characteristics, but a conceptual approach to making music, “the manifestations of which are infinite.” Wilson refers to both aesthetic theory and detailed analysis of musical works to highlight the common threads he believes run through all black music.

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