East and West, North and South

A.M. Jones


East and West, North and South, Frisco to Perim. . . So we used to sing in a drawing-room ballad whose context certainly had nothing to do with African music. Yet the universality suggested by the points of the compass has a bearing on that music, which becomes ever more cogent as research penetrates more and more of the great continent.


Music -- Foreign influences ; Music -- Africa, Sub-Saharan ; Music -- Africa, West ; Music -- Africa, East ; Musical meter and rhythm -- Africa ; Music and language -- Africa

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21504/amj.v1i1.228


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