By Francis Bebey, Josephine Bennett
Attractive and enlightening, this advisor explores African music's kinds, musicians, tools, and position within the lifetime of the folk. A discography labeled by means of nation, subject, team, and tool is additionally included.
Original variation: 1969
English translation: 1975, Josephine Bennett
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African Music: A People's Art by Francis Bebey, Josephine Bennett