Pop Music Lecture 9:20

Pop Music Lecture 9:20 - PopMusicAmHistory 20:34

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Pop Music Am History 20:34 When Africans left Africa [during the slave trade], they undergo tremendous traumatic  experiences. What would happen as a result of warfare, if one kingdom wins, they take  as their war prize, people.  These people can be traded.  Part of slave trade was  indigenous to Africa.  It takes until the 1600’s for slavery to be solidified as a trade.  Understood to be more like indentured servants.  These individuals were brought as  servants, and it was understood that they would work for a given period of time and then  they would be freed.  They would receive land or money, to get a normal life started  (once freed).  Eventually, blacks are stripped of rights.   When being shipped over, slaves couldn’t bring large stringed instruments or drums with  them, they were able to take small flutes etc.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course 512 278 taught by Professor Ginnyyans during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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Pop Music Lecture 9:20 - PopMusicAmHistory 20:34

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