Soul_Sonic_Forces

Soul_Sonic_Forces - Soul Sonic Forces Technology, Orality,...

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Soul Sonic Forces Technology, Orality, and Black Cultural Practice in Rap Music By Tricia Rose In Black Noise: Rap Music & Black Culture in Contemporary America (1994)
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Afrocentric art as a part of life applied art expression of community  agreed upon values "audience" as active  participant and reactor emphasis on whole group  involvement; Individual plays  a part  in community ensemble o Repetition of sound and  movement as central;  polyrhythm creates density  and complexity Eurocentric art for art's sake "pure " art expression of individual audience as quiet observer   emphasis on individual  performer - virtuosity and  subtlety Linear progressive organization  driven toward climax of insight;  repetition employed for  intensifying or comic relief Afrocentric & Eurocentric Performance Patterns
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Difference in African & European-based Music to Rhythm Africanist Approach Highlights the observance of
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