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9/18/07 1 Lecture 7, Sept. 18 3 Generations Panel follow-up Impact of slavery on music in America 9/18/07 2 important points from BOTMC panel generational differences transmission folk revival 9/18/07 3 3 generations Lee Stripling (b. 1921) Donna Ray Norton (b. 1982) Lee Stripling broke away from his father’s old-time music to play Western Swing in 1930s quit playing fiddle after WWII picked up fiddle again after 50-60 years broken down in the previous WWII generation Donna is “8th generation” but was born too late to learn directly from some of the older members of her family 9/18/07 4 Donna asked permission to sing a song associated with another singer. deferred learning it. Who is an “authentic” Appalachian ballad singer? Donna complained about “Jewish girl from New York” who got the part she wanted in The Songcatcher Lee noted that Bruce “didn’t grow up in the cotton fields
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course MUSIC 26AC taught by Professor Brinner during the Fall '07 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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