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Hey Black Music & Culture Friends and Family!! Do you have your copy of Liner Notes?!? The Archives of African American Music and Culture at Indiana University is celebrating 30 years!! Be sure you and/or your institution is on their mailing list.
In our continued collaboration with Archives of African American Music and Culture, we hope you take time to explore music of some of the Black composers featured in sound recordings and music manuscript collections at aaamc.

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/593wAsrLY0vpjr3ydJJ1Y5?si=SNlWMdYVQb6-1LEb0sBzdA&utm_source=copy-link
Sunday, October 24th at 5pm, the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra - Indiana will make the Indiana premiere of Florence Price's 4th Symphony. Price is considered to be the first African American woman to be rightly recognized as a symphonic composer and much of her compositions have received renewed attention following her death. Sponsored by Archives of African American Music and Culture

Ethnomusicology PhD candidate Kennedi Johnson will be playing the flute at this performance! You can watch in person or via livestream, get tickets here: https://bctboxoffice.org/event/wade-in-the-water/

On Saturday, October 23rd from 4:30-5:30p she'll be moderating an informal panel of folks that speak to Black composers and musicians, Negro spirituals, Black musical pedagogies as found within and without the Western music school/conservatory, etcetera. She'll be joined by fellow Ethnomusicology PhD student Andre Cardine. The panel will be on Zoom, link forthcoming.
This week's Melanated Moments In Classical Music is with my friend and colleague Alisha Lola Jones, PhD speaking with Joshua Allen and me about the amazing composer Florence Price. The podcast has almost reached 10K listeners (from around the world)! Hope you'll listen to this and all the episodes and share it with music educators and others.

Classical Music Indy Music by Black Composers - MBC Florence Price CAAPA - Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts Morning Brown, Inc Oberlin Conservatory Indiana University National Museum of African American Music Archives of African American Music and Culture National Association of Negro Musicians

https://classicalmusicindy.org/podcasts/melanated-moments/
Wow! Just wow. The feature on Portia Maultsby is amazing. Thank you AAAMC Speaks: Portia Maultsby YouTube Watch Party!!
"'On Solid Ground' offers a little something for everyone, but Reggie Harris’s hard hitting, provocative tracks that address injustice, encourage dissent, and challenge the status quo are definitely the highlight of the album." – Black Grooves ⭐

cc: Archives of African American Music and Culture
Tomorrow at 12PM EDT the ATM Director, ATM Librarian, and Archives of African American Music and Culture's Head of Collections will present a virtual event for the IU Librarians Association titled "Library Collections You Can Dance To!"

All are welcome to join us, but registration is required: go.iu.edu/3MgH
The latest edition of Black Grooves (Archives of African American Music and Culture) feature reviews of Logan Richardson's "AfroFuturism" ("[AfroFuturism] will take listeners to the next dimension and beyond") and Marques Carroll Trumpeter's "The Ancestors’ Call" ("[a] stellar debut quintet album"). Check out the April issue here!
For #ForsythFineArts Friday, we are featuring the Archives of African American Music and Culture. Visit virtually at https://aaamc.indiana.edu #BlackHistoryMonth2021 #FCSDEI
Francis Johnson Fellowships: Applications due March 1
The Library Company of Philadelphia welcomes applications for its newly-launched Francis Johnson Fellowships. The Johnson Fellowships will support two fellows—a humanities scholar and a creative practitioner—who will delve into the compositions of one of the most popular black composers prior to the American Civil War. These fellows will be encouraged to explore a manuscript book of 80 compositions (some unpublished) in conjunction with printed materials held at the Library Company, the Kislak Center at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection of Orchestral Music at the Free Library. Each Francis Johnson Fellow will receive a stipend of $5000; $2500 research fund to be defined by the fellow and program director; travel expenses (up to $500); and lodging at the Library Company's Cassatt House residence for four to eight weeks.

To apply, email a proposal (no more than 1000 words) plus a preliminary budget and timeline, resume or c.v., and one letter of reference to [email protected]. For more information, visit the Francis Johnson Fellowship webpage or email Will Fenton at the aforementioned address.

https://librarycompany.org/francis-johnson-fellowships
Our friends at Archives of African American Music and Culture are launching a new series tomorrow featuring Black music industry execs, artists and scholars featured in AAAMC collections. For the first episode of "AAAMS Speaks", Dr. Tyron Cooper interviews Eddie Gilreath, an industry veteran and executive whose 50+-year career has included working with such record labels as Motown, Warner Bros, Geffen, and Island Records.
On YouTube starting at 13 February at 7 PM EST: https://youtu.be/brdJWPiztQg
Tonight, Indiana University's Archives of African American Music and Culture premieres the first in a documentary series about what inspires them to continue preserving history. Watch via YouTube when it drops at 7pm tonight or anytime after.

https://youtu.be/TnwOTDT09VA

Established in 1991, the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) is a repository of materials covering a range of African American musical idioms and cultural expressions from the post-World War II era.

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Our Common Ground in Music | James Mtume | TEDxCapeMay 01/11/2022

Our Common Ground in Music | James Mtume | TEDxCapeMay

AAAMC honors the legacy of James Mtume, prolific jazz and R&B percussionist, composer, producer, intellect and mentor of many. As his Swahili name, Mtume, suggests, he was certainly a profound "messenger" artistically conveying deep consciousness, infectious groove and elevation of overall musical expression from Jazz to R&B to hip hop and beyond. He will be extremely missed by music lovers globally. We salute him for his significant artistry, consciousness and humanity. Hear him in his own words below speaking about music and socio-political movement historically as well as the current state of society and its impact on musical expression. Clearly, a guru of the village....

RIP James Mtume

Our Common Ground in Music | James Mtume | TEDxCapeMay Jame’s Mtume’s name means “messenger” in Swahili, which is a bit on-the-nose for this Grammy Award-winning musician. A former percussionist for Miles Davis, ...

12/15/2021

The AAAMC houses collections that are rich with the history of Black music and culture. Our priority as an archive is providing access to our collections to you, the community!

Finding aids are itemized documents that list items within each collection. In the most recent issue of Liner Notes, William Vanden Dries, our digital archivist, details the updates made to collection finding aids, including collections for Teresa Hairston, The Calloways, and Mickey Tucker. William also discusses the new audio and photographic additions in our digital repositories, Media Collections Online and Image Collections Online!

Make sure to check out his article in the new issue of Liner Notes, available now on the AAAMC website!
Https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/publications/Liner-Notes

#blackmusic #linernotes #linernotes30 #linernotesaaamc #thearchives #archives #blackarchives #musichistory #blackhistoryeveryday #blackculturalarchives #blackculture #musiccollection #musiceducation

The AAAMC houses collections that are rich with the history of Black music and culture. Our priority as an archive is providing access to our collections to you, the community!

Finding aids are itemized documents that list items within each collection. In the most recent issue of Liner Notes, William Vanden Dries, our digital archivist, details the updates made to collection finding aids, including collections for Teresa Hairston, The Calloways, and Mickey Tucker. William also discusses the new audio and photographic additions in our digital repositories, Media Collections Online and Image Collections Online!

Make sure to check out his article in the new issue of Liner Notes, available now on the AAAMC website!
Https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/publications/Liner-Notes

#blackmusic #linernotes #linernotes30 #linernotesaaamc #thearchives #archives #blackarchives #musichistory #blackhistoryeveryday #blackculturalarchives #blackculture #musiccollection #musiceducation

12/13/2021

Over the span of three decades, pianist, composer, and true “musician’s musician,” Mickey Tucker has recorded acclaimed albums as a leader and sideman supporting legendary musicians such as Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers, and Art Farmer. For the 25th issue of Liner Notes celebrating the 3oth anniversary of AAAMC, we are fortunate to have him in conversation with Dr. Cooper to discuss his prolific career, why he decided to donate his personal materials to AAAMC, and much more!

To read Mickey Tucker’s interview, check out Liner Notes here: https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/Publications/Liner-Notes

#aaamc #aamc30 #linernotes #linernotesaaamc #linernotes25 #mickeyturner #jazzpianist #pianist #pianopiano #composer #blackcomposers #talentedmusicians #musichistory #musichistory101 #rahsaanrolandkirk #artblakey #artblakeyandthejazzmessengers #artfarmer #jazzpiano #jazzmaster #jazzcat #jazzman #jazzartist

Over the span of three decades, pianist, composer, and true “musician’s musician,” Mickey Tucker has recorded acclaimed albums as a leader and sideman supporting legendary musicians such as Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers, and Art Farmer. For the 25th issue of Liner Notes celebrating the 3oth anniversary of AAAMC, we are fortunate to have him in conversation with Dr. Cooper to discuss his prolific career, why he decided to donate his personal materials to AAAMC, and much more!

To read Mickey Tucker’s interview, check out Liner Notes here: https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/Publications/Liner-Notes

#aaamc #aamc30 #linernotes #linernotesaaamc #linernotes25 #mickeyturner #jazzpianist #pianist #pianopiano #composer #blackcomposers #talentedmusicians #musichistory #musichistory101 #rahsaanrolandkirk #artblakey #artblakeyandthejazzmessengers #artfarmer #jazzpiano #jazzmaster #jazzcat #jazzman #jazzartist

12/10/2021

For the 30th anniversary of AAAMC, this year’s Liner Notes includes statements from our past and present directors, including Dr. Mellonee Burnim. In Dr. Burnim’s article “Continuing the Legacy,” she discusses her experience as AAAMC director from 2014-2016 and her hopes for the archive moving forward. To read Dr. Burnim’s article and statements from other AAAMC staff members, check out Issue 25 of Liner Notes here: https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/Publications/Liner-Notes

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12/08/2021

AAAMC honors the memory of writer, musician, and culture bearer, Greg Tate.

As an essayist and long-time staff writer for The Village Voice, Tate formulated a critical language that redefined African American cultural theory and writing. Inspired by Black innovators such as Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, George Clinton, and the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, Tate published widely, with writings on art, music, and culture. His seminal collection of essays, Flyboy in the Buttermilk (1992) was followed by a series of critically praised and beloved publications, including Midnight Lightning: Jimi Hendrix and the Black Experience (2003), Everything but the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture (2003), and Flyboy 2: The Greg Tate Reader (2016). Tate was also a founding member of the Black Rock Coalition and the conductor and music director of Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber, a band that fuses jazz, rock, funk, and African music in a lyrical, exploratory and improvisational manner.

In 2009, AAAMC was honored to have Tate join us as a panelist during our Reclaiming the Right to Rock: Black Experiences in Rock Music conference. He brought a keen insight to the conversation – deftly contextualizing the continuum of Black music as both commentator and creator. This panel can be viewed at the following link: https://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/media/6537034g2w

We offer our deepest sympathy to Tate’s family and his community of loved ones. May we all be comforted and strengthened by the legacy he leaves us to carry forth.

AAAMC honors the memory of writer, musician, and culture bearer, Greg Tate.

As an essayist and long-time staff writer for The Village Voice, Tate formulated a critical language that redefined African American cultural theory and writing. Inspired by Black innovators such as Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone, George Clinton, and the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, Tate published widely, with writings on art, music, and culture. His seminal collection of essays, Flyboy in the Buttermilk (1992) was followed by a series of critically praised and beloved publications, including Midnight Lightning: Jimi Hendrix and the Black Experience (2003), Everything but the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture (2003), and Flyboy 2: The Greg Tate Reader (2016). Tate was also a founding member of the Black Rock Coalition and the conductor and music director of Burnt Sugar the Arkestra Chamber, a band that fuses jazz, rock, funk, and African music in a lyrical, exploratory and improvisational manner.

In 2009, AAAMC was honored to have Tate join us as a panelist during our Reclaiming the Right to Rock: Black Experiences in Rock Music conference. He brought a keen insight to the conversation – deftly contextualizing the continuum of Black music as both commentator and creator. This panel can be viewed at the following link: https://purl.dlib.indiana.edu/iudl/media/6537034g2w

We offer our deepest sympathy to Tate’s family and his community of loved ones. May we all be comforted and strengthened by the legacy he leaves us to carry forth.

12/06/2021

This holiday season, AAAMC invites you to catch up on all of the episodes from Season 1 of “AAAMC Speaks!” Season 1 includes interviews with Eddie Gilreath, Evelyn Simpson-Cuerenton, Mike Burton, and Dr. Portia Maultsby. Make sure to like and share with your friends and family! When “AAAMC Speaks,” the collections come alive!

Watch all of Season 1 here:
https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Whats-Going-On/AAAMC-Speaks

#thearchives #archives #blackarchives #archived #archivist #blackculturematters #blackculturalarchives #musichistory #musiccollection #blackculture #funkmusic #musicexecutive #femalecomposer #femalecomposers #blackcomposers #jazzcommunity #jazzsaxophonist #saxaphone #ethnomusicology #blackmusiclovers #blackmusicrevealed #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanmuseum #africanamericanmusic #musicresearch #musiclibrary

This holiday season, AAAMC invites you to catch up on all of the episodes from Season 1 of “AAAMC Speaks!” Season 1 includes interviews with Eddie Gilreath, Evelyn Simpson-Cuerenton, Mike Burton, and Dr. Portia Maultsby. Make sure to like and share with your friends and family! When “AAAMC Speaks,” the collections come alive!

Watch all of Season 1 here:
https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Whats-Going-On/AAAMC-Speaks

#thearchives #archives #blackarchives #archived #archivist #blackculturematters #blackculturalarchives #musichistory #musiccollection #blackculture #funkmusic #musicexecutive #femalecomposer #femalecomposers #blackcomposers #jazzcommunity #jazzsaxophonist #saxaphone #ethnomusicology #blackmusiclovers #blackmusicrevealed #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanmuseum #africanamericanmusic #musicresearch #musiclibrary

12/04/2021

🎶🎼🎵Playlist🎶🎼🎵
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/593wAsrLY0vpjr3ydJJ1Y5
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To extend upon the new collaboration between AAAMC and Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, to learn more about the composers featured on this playlist: we curated a Spotify playlist to introduce you to some of the Black composers whose music or music manuscripts are included in our Collections. As you listen to the symphonies of Olly Wilson, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, and Undine Smith Moore, we invite you to check out our Classical Music Collections at https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Collections/Classical-Collections

#AAAMC #thearchives #archives #blackmusic #blackmusicians #blackmusically #weekendvibes #spotifyplaylist #blackcomposers #musichistory #africanamericanhistory #musicplaylist #blackculturematters #coleridge #olly #undine #classicalmusicians #blackclassicalmusicians
#friyayvibes #musiceducationmatters #musiceducation

🎶🎼🎵Playlist🎶🎼🎵
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/593wAsrLY0vpjr3ydJJ1Y5
———————-
To extend upon the new collaboration between AAAMC and Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, to learn more about the composers featured on this playlist: we curated a Spotify playlist to introduce you to some of the Black composers whose music or music manuscripts are included in our Collections. As you listen to the symphonies of Olly Wilson, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, and Undine Smith Moore, we invite you to check out our Classical Music Collections at https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Collections/Classical-Collections

#AAAMC #thearchives #archives #blackmusic #blackmusicians #blackmusically #weekendvibes #spotifyplaylist #blackcomposers #musichistory #africanamericanhistory #musicplaylist #blackculturematters #coleridge #olly #undine #classicalmusicians #blackclassicalmusicians
#friyayvibes #musiceducationmatters #musiceducation

12/01/2021

Do you want the inside scoop on what’s happening at AAAMC? Liner Notes is our annual newsletter and this year is extra special!

This year’s publication is celebrating the 30th anniversary of AAAMC with an issue that includes statements from our present and past directors, exciting information on some of our new collections and programs, and an interview with jazz musician Mickey Tucker that you won’t want to miss.

You can find a copy of our most recent issue (as well as all past issues) online at the link below:
https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/Publications/Liner-Notes

#LinerNotesAAAMC #LinerNotes25 #AAAMC30 #blackmusic #blackmusicians #blackmusicmatters #blackmusician #blackmusically #musichistory #musichistory101 #musiclibrary #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanmuseum #africanamericanstudies #AAAMC #africanamericanmusic

Do you want the inside scoop on what’s happening at AAAMC? Liner Notes is our annual newsletter and this year is extra special!

This year’s publication is celebrating the 30th anniversary of AAAMC with an issue that includes statements from our present and past directors, exciting information on some of our new collections and programs, and an interview with jazz musician Mickey Tucker that you won’t want to miss.

You can find a copy of our most recent issue (as well as all past issues) online at the link below:
https://aaamc.sitehost.iu.edu/Publications/Liner-Notes

#LinerNotesAAAMC #LinerNotes25 #AAAMC30 #blackmusic #blackmusicians #blackmusicmatters #blackmusician #blackmusically #musichistory #musichistory101 #musiclibrary #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanmuseum #africanamericanstudies #AAAMC #africanamericanmusic

11/29/2021

In 2016, the Google Cultural Institute invited us to curate Golden Age of Black Radio, a four-part virtual exhibition celebrating the rich legacy of Black Radio documented within our collections. Focusing on its early formation, popular deejays, and how Black radio stations disseminated information about the civil rights movement and civic engagement, this exhibition showcases an expansive variety of archival photographs, oral histories, and interviews housed within our Archive.

After you visit the exhibition, share with us in the comments the call letters for the Black radio station in your hometown. Then visit our Black Radio Collections page to see if that station is represented!

https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Collections/Black-Radio-Collections

#thearchives #aaamc #blackmusic #blackmusicmatters #blackmusichistory #musichistory101 #musichistory #musicresearch #musiclibrary #quietstorm #discjockey #discjockeys #randbmusic #quietstorm

In 2016, the Google Cultural Institute invited us to curate Golden Age of Black Radio, a four-part virtual exhibition celebrating the rich legacy of Black Radio documented within our collections. Focusing on its early formation, popular deejays, and how Black radio stations disseminated information about the civil rights movement and civic engagement, this exhibition showcases an expansive variety of archival photographs, oral histories, and interviews housed within our Archive.

After you visit the exhibition, share with us in the comments the call letters for the Black radio station in your hometown. Then visit our Black Radio Collections page to see if that station is represented!

https://aaamc.indiana.edu/Collections/Black-Radio-Collections

#thearchives #aaamc #blackmusic #blackmusicmatters #blackmusichistory #musichistory101 #musichistory #musicresearch #musiclibrary #quietstorm #discjockey #discjockeys #randbmusic #quietstorm

11/19/2021

Johnny Otis was a composer and musician as well as a radio and television host. Thanks to his enormous contributions to the history of Black music, he is known as the “Godfather of RnB.” His radio show, “The Johnny Otis Show” was one of the first to showcase Black music and make it commercially accessible to a wider audience. Above is a clip of the opening of his television show, also called “The Johnny Otis Show” from December 1975. Videos like this one and full recordings are available, by request, through Media Collections Online.

Johnny Otis Show, Program 1, Johnny Otis-William Griffiths Collection, African American Archives of Music and Culture, Indiana University

#archives #thearchives #blackradio #johnnyotis #musichistory #discjockey #blackmusicmatters #randb #rhythmandblues

11/17/2021

One of our first collections, the Johnny Otis Collection was acquired by Dr. Portia Maultsby in the late 1980s, prompting her to form what is now the AAAMC. The Johnny Otis Collection includes over 800 audiotapes of Otis’s Black popular music radio program, photographs, memorabilia, books, and CDs. Pictured bottom right is Otis standing under the marquee at The Crescendo, a West Hollywood jazz venue. To see more images of the life and work of Johnny Otis, check out the collection in Image Collections Online. The photographs include images, both candid and promotional, from Otis’s professional life as a performer, band leader and artist manager.

#archives #thearchives #archivalcollection #johnnyotis #discjockey #randb #randbmusic #godfather #randbsoul #blackmusicmatters #musichistory101 #everybeatofmyheart #sofine #pledgingmylove #songwriter #americanmusician

One of our first collections, the Johnny Otis Collection was acquired by Dr. Portia Maultsby in the late 1980s, prompting her to form what is now the AAAMC. The Johnny Otis Collection includes over 800 audiotapes of Otis’s Black popular music radio program, photographs, memorabilia, books, and CDs. Pictured bottom right is Otis standing under the marquee at The Crescendo, a West Hollywood jazz venue. To see more images of the life and work of Johnny Otis, check out the collection in Image Collections Online. The photographs include images, both candid and promotional, from Otis’s professional life as a performer, band leader and artist manager.

#archives #thearchives #archivalcollection #johnnyotis #discjockey #randb #randbmusic #godfather #randbsoul #blackmusicmatters #musichistory101 #everybeatofmyheart #sofine #pledgingmylove #songwriter #americanmusician

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Portia Maultsby: A Renaissance Woman
Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere with Everybody
Evelyn Simpson Curenton: A Musical Genius in All Rights
Evelyn Simpson Curenton performing in Time of Deliverance 1983
Eddie Gilreath: The Man Behind the Music

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2805 E 10th St / Smith Research Cntr, Rms 180-181
Bloomington, IN
47408-2601

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Established in 1991, the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) is a repository of materials covering a range of African American musical idioms and cultural expressions from the post-World War II era. Our collections highlight popular, religious, and classical music, with genres ranging from blues and gospel to R&B and contemporary hip hop. The AAAMC also houses extensive materials related to the documentation of black radio. The AAAMC supports the research of scholars, students, and the general public worldwide by providing access to holdings which include oral histories, photographs, musical and print manuscripts, audio and video recordings, educational broadcast programs, and the personal papers of individuals and organizations concerned with black music. We also invite exploration of our collections and related topics through a variety of public events, print and online publications, and pedagogical resources.

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 5pm
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