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Wow! Just wow. The feature on Portia Maultsby is amazing. Thank you AAAMC Speaks: Portia Maultsby YouTube Watch Party!!
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 These fellows will be encouraged to explore a manuscript book of 80 compositions (some unpublished) in conjunction with printed materials held at the Library Company, the Kislak Center at the University of Pennsylvania, and the Edwin A. Fleisher Collection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
If anyone is interested: I have a small collection of instruments associated with my favorite musicians - 1923 Buescher Bb soprano (Bechet and Hodges), 1928 Buescher alto in silver (Hodges and Prez), 1930 Conn/Pan American tenor (Hawkins, Prez, Webster, Berry and my favorite Herschel Evans), 1953 and 1958 Conn 12M baris in silver (Carney and about half of those who play the bari), and a 1940 Conn 444N Bb clarinet with Selmer mouthpiece as played by Artie Shaw circa 1936. I also have a Hammond M100 and Leslie 760 which seem to be working properly (I don't play, but for $40 I couldn't resist it).
I have purchased a 1940 Columbia 78 of Albert Ammons playing "Shout for Joy" and Meade "Lux" Lewis playing "Bear Cat Crawl". Although I own a turntable it does not play 78's and the cartridge is not suitable for this. The 78 appears to be in unusually good condition (still shiny!). Any way to get a transfer to digital from it? I also have a copy of the method for playing in the style of Ammons, Lewis, and Johnson which also contains transcriptions of many of their most popular songs if anyone would like to see a copy. Not a huge problem; I suspect that these performances are part of the Mosaic compendium of Ammons and Lewis, which I also own.
Thank You, Brenda Nelson-Strauss for the thoughtful and kind words. #BOOM
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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.

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06/30/2021

Before Black Music Month ends, here’s The Evolution of African American music. This is one of the many contributions Dr. Portia Maultsby provided while studying and teaching ethnomusicology.

Dr. Maultsby has made significant contributions to the field and beyond in the areas of popular music, the music industry, African American music, and public ethnomusicology. Her research and publications is centered on African American religious and popular music and its global impact and intersections. She is co-editor of African American Music: An Introduction (Routledge Press, 2006) and From the Margins to the Mainstream: African American Popular Music (1945-2000). Other publications have appeared in numerous American and European journals, edited volumes, and essays in publications including Billboard and Rolling Stone.

To learn more about Dr. Maultsby and her work with Black music, watch our season finale of AAAMC Speaks, link in the bio!
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Before Black Music Month ends, here’s The Evolution of African American music. This is one of the many contributions Dr. Portia Maultsby provided while studying and teaching ethnomusicology.

Dr. Maultsby has made significant contributions to the field and beyond in the areas of popular music, the music industry, African American music, and public ethnomusicology. Her research and publications is centered on African American religious and popular music and its global impact and intersections. She is co-editor of African American Music: An Introduction (Routledge Press, 2006) and From the Margins to the Mainstream: African American Popular Music (1945-2000). Other publications have appeared in numerous American and European journals, edited volumes, and essays in publications including Billboard and Rolling Stone.

To learn more about Dr. Maultsby and her work with Black music, watch our season finale of AAAMC Speaks, link in the bio!
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06/28/2021

Over the weekend, Reggie Workman (Left) celebrated his 84th birthday. AAAMC would like to wish Reggie Workman a Happy birthday! 🎉

He is known as one of the premier bassists in jazz, performing in mainstream jazz as well as in the avant-garde scene, and a member of two of jazz’s most important groups: the John Coltrane Quartet and Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers.

In the 1980s, he was the founding member of “Great Friends” and began leading his own groups: Top Shelf, and The Reggie Workman Ensemble. 

Workman currently a professor at the New School’s College of Performing Arts in New York City, where he has been teaching since 1987. He is also a AAAMC Advisory Board member.

This photograph is apart of the Mickey Tucker Collection at AAAMC. Those who are also photographed include Horacee Arnold (Middle) and Mickey Tucker (Right) in Tokyo, June 1978.
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#ArtsAlive #AAAMC #ReggieWorkman

Over the weekend, Reggie Workman (Left) celebrated his 84th birthday. AAAMC would like to wish Reggie Workman a Happy birthday! 🎉

He is known as one of the premier bassists in jazz, performing in mainstream jazz as well as in the avant-garde scene, and a member of two of jazz’s most important groups: the John Coltrane Quartet and Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers.

In the 1980s, he was the founding member of “Great Friends” and began leading his own groups: Top Shelf, and The Reggie Workman Ensemble. 

Workman currently a professor at the New School’s College of Performing Arts in New York City, where he has been teaching since 1987. He is also a AAAMC Advisory Board member.

This photograph is apart of the Mickey Tucker Collection at AAAMC. Those who are also photographed include Horacee Arnold (Middle) and Mickey Tucker (Right) in Tokyo, June 1978.
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06/19/2021

Juneteenth, an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, has been celebrated since the late 1800s. This holiday is also called "Juneteenth Independence Day," "Freedom Day," or "Emancipation Day."

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African-Americans in Galveston, Texas were told they were free. This was two and a half years after President Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation which had become official January 1, 1863. A century and a half later, people in cities and towns across the U.S. continue to celebrate the occasion.

Please enjoy this clip from AAAMC Speaks' Evelyn Simpson Curenton episode, in which we highlight the African American sacred music tradition. Let us celebrate this music that has galvanized Black folk towards freedom from chattel slavery to the 21st century. Through the Negro spiritual, we remember Juneteenth!

Pity These Ashes: Tulsa 1921-2021 06/17/2021

Pity These Ashes: Tulsa 1921-2021

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, this streamed concert on Juneteenth will feature the world premiere of Adolphus Hailstork’s Tulsa 1921 (Pity These Ashes, Pity This Dust), as well as compositions by Jessie Montgomery, Alice Coltrane, and Trevor Weston. The performance will include soloists mezzo-soprano J’Nai Bridges, violinist Jessica (Lady Jess) McJunkins, WQXR host and author Terrance McKnight, harpist Ashley Jackson, and conductor Amadi Azikiwe leading the Harlem Chamber Players.

Pity These Ashes: Tulsa 1921-2021 Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre, The Greene Space in partnership with The Harlem Chamber Players, Harlem Stage and the Harlem ...

05/29/2021

Portia Maultsby: A Renaissance Woman

Dr. Portia Maultsby's impact on Indiana University still continues to this day, 50 years later. From her time as founding director of the IU Soul R***e, to creating the Archives of African American Music and Culture, Maultsby brought Black artistic expression to the masses through her scholarship. Learn more about her story and the rare materials found in her collection at the Archives in the season finale of AAAMC Speaks.

Indiana University IU Arts and Humanities Council IU Folklore & Ethnomusicology IU Bloomington Office of the Provost African American Arts Institute

05/28/2021

LESS THAN ONE HOUR, FOLKS. Join us on Indiana University Bloomington’s YouTube page at 7PM EDT to enjoy our season finale and most compelling episode of AAAMC Speaks yet. We’re taking it back to where it all began.

LESS THAN ONE HOUR, FOLKS. Join us on Indiana University Bloomington’s YouTube page at 7PM EDT to enjoy our season finale and most compelling episode of AAAMC Speaks yet. We’re taking it back to where it all began.

Portia Maultsby: A Renaissance Woman | AAAMC Speaks 05/28/2021

Portia Maultsby: A Renaissance Woman | AAAMC Speaks

LESS THAN ONE HOUR TO SHOWTIME! Get ready, because you're not going to want to miss our most compelling episode yet. We're bringing it back to where it all started with Miss Dr. Portia K. Maultsby, who founded African American Arts Institute's IU Soul R***e and AAAMC.

See you on IU Bloomington's YouTube at 7PM EDT for our watch party. You can also view the documentary any time thereafter. Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xofRqM2jds

IU Folklore & Ethnomusicology IU Bloomington Office of the Provost IU Arts and Humanities Council Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Indiana University Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center

Portia Maultsby: A Renaissance Woman | AAAMC Speaks Episode 4 of "AAAMC Speaks," hosted by the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) Director Dr. Tyron Cooper and featuring Dr. Portia Maultsby...

05/26/2021

On our new episode of AAAMC Speaks, we highlight the founding director of the IU Soul R***e, Portia Maultsby. As African American Arts Institute's IU Soul R***e celebrates their 50th anniversary, let’s take a quick rewind of their performances through the years. What’s your favorite IU Soul R***e performance?

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Photos from Archives of African American Music and Culture's post 05/24/2021

Happy Premiere Week! The Season 1 Finale of #AAAMCSpeaks airs this Friday, May 28th, at 7PM EST on the IU Bloomington YouTube Channel! Get to know more about Portia Maultsby ahead of her episode premiere! 🎥🎬🍿
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05/20/2021

In the next episode of AAAMC Speaks, we explore the journey of a true visionary; Dr. Portia Maultsby. Maultsby is the Laura Boulton Professor Emerita of Ethnomusicology in IU’s Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, the founding director of the AAAMC, as well as founding director of the IU Soul R***e. Meet Portia Maultsby in Episode 4 of AAAMC Speaks, an Indiana University Documentary Series.

🎥 Don't miss AAAMC Speaks: Portia Maultsby

📅 Friday, May 28th, 7PM EDT

▶️ IU Bloomington YouTube Channel

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#BlackMusic #Archives #ArchivesAlive #aaamcSpeaks #BlackVoices #IndianaUniversity #Bloomington #BloomingtonIndiana #BlackArtMatters #BHM #PortiaMaultsby

In the next episode of AAAMC Speaks, we explore the journey of a true visionary; Dr. Portia Maultsby. Maultsby is the Laura Boulton Professor Emerita of Ethnomusicology in IU’s Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, the founding director of the AAAMC, as well as founding director of the IU Soul R***e. Meet Portia Maultsby in Episode 4 of AAAMC Speaks, an Indiana University Documentary Series.

🎥 Don't miss AAAMC Speaks: Portia Maultsby

📅 Friday, May 28th, 7PM EDT

▶️ IU Bloomington YouTube Channel

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#BlackMusic #Archives #ArchivesAlive #aaamcSpeaks #BlackVoices #IndianaUniversity #Bloomington #BloomingtonIndiana #BlackArtMatters #BHM #PortiaMaultsby

05/04/2021

Read about new Black music releases in our May 2021 issue of Black Grooves at www.blackgrooves.org

This month we’re featuring British Jamaican composer Eleanor Alberga’s "Wild Blue Yonder; " the chamber opera "dwb (driving while black)" by composer Susan Kander and librettist/soprano Roberta Gumbel; and Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen’s posthumous album "There Is No End" featuring rappers from across the African diaspora.

Jazz releases include Nnenna Freelon’s "Time Traveler"; saxophonist Vincent Herring’s "Preaching to the Choir"; the Noah Haidu, Buster Williams and Billy Hart trio’s "Slowly: Song for Keith Jarrett"; drummer Ulysses Owens Jr.’s Big Band ensemble debut on "Soul Conversations"; Berta Moreno & Afro-Jazz Soul Project’s "Tumaini"; Dee Daniels’ "The Promise"; and organist Kendall Keyz Carter's "Introducing Kendall Carter"

Also featured is New Orleans funk bassist George Porter Jr & Runnin’ Pardners' "Crying for Hope"; veteran folk musician Reggie Harris’ "On Solid Ground"; and the late jazz violinist Billy Bang’s collaboration with Vietnamese musicians on "Lucky Man."
Read more at www.blackgrooves.org

#iuaaamc #IU #jazz #funk #tonyallen #blackgrooves #blackmusic #navonarecords #albanyrecords #bluenoterecords #OriginRecords #SmokeSessions #sunnysiderecords #OutsideinMusic #Tigerturnrecords #cellarmusicgroup #bbemusic #BillyBang #UlyssesOwensJr #luckyman #SoulConversations #CryingforHope #drivingwhileblack

Read about new Black music releases in our May 2021 issue of Black Grooves at www.blackgrooves.org

This month we’re featuring British Jamaican composer Eleanor Alberga’s "Wild Blue Yonder; " the chamber opera "dwb (driving while black)" by composer Susan Kander and librettist/soprano Roberta Gumbel; and Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen’s posthumous album "There Is No End" featuring rappers from across the African diaspora.

Jazz releases include Nnenna Freelon’s "Time Traveler"; saxophonist Vincent Herring’s "Preaching to the Choir"; the Noah Haidu, Buster Williams and Billy Hart trio’s "Slowly: Song for Keith Jarrett"; drummer Ulysses Owens Jr.’s Big Band ensemble debut on "Soul Conversations"; Berta Moreno & Afro-Jazz Soul Project’s "Tumaini"; Dee Daniels’ "The Promise"; and organist Kendall Keyz Carter's "Introducing Kendall Carter"

Also featured is New Orleans funk bassist George Porter Jr & Runnin’ Pardners' "Crying for Hope"; veteran folk musician Reggie Harris’ "On Solid Ground"; and the late jazz violinist Billy Bang’s collaboration with Vietnamese musicians on "Lucky Man."
Read more at www.blackgrooves.org

#iuaaamc #IU #jazz #funk #tonyallen #blackgrooves #blackmusic #navonarecords #albanyrecords #bluenoterecords #OriginRecords #SmokeSessions #sunnysiderecords #OutsideinMusic #Tigerturnrecords #cellarmusicgroup #bbemusic #BillyBang #UlyssesOwensJr #luckyman #SoulConversations #CryingforHope #drivingwhileblack

04/28/2021

Happy 80th Birthday to the AAAMC's newest donor, jazz pianist and composer Mickey Tucker! Stay tuned for more information on his fabulous collection of music manuscripts, photographs, programs and other materials that were recently shipped to us from Australia.

Happy 80th Birthday to the AAAMC's newest donor, jazz pianist and composer Mickey Tucker! Stay tuned for more information on his fabulous collection of music manuscripts, photographs, programs and other materials that were recently shipped to us from Australia.

PRX re-releases series exploring the history of Black culture through radio 04/22/2021

PRX re-releases series exploring the history of Black culture through radio

Read about the 25th anniversary re-release of the Peabody Award-winning radio series, "Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was." The AAAMC assisted with the production of the series, and all of the production materials, including original interviews and airchecks, are part of the AAAMC's Black Radio collection. Remote access can be provided to many of these items for private research purposes.

PRX re-releases series exploring the history of Black culture through radio ”With the amount of time and effort and love that we put into this, it should be available again,” said Sonja Williams, a producer of "Black Radio: Telling It Like It Was" who worked to bring the series back to the airwaves.

04/10/2021

Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere with Everybody

Jill Scott. Jazmine Sullivan. Russell Gunn. Patti LaBelle. Tyler Perry. These are just a few names that have been supported by African American Arts Institute IU Soul R***e alum and Indiana University Jacobs School of Music graduate saxophonist Mike Burton. Follow AAAMC Director and AAAMC Speaks host Dr. Tyron Cooper as he examines the ongoing legacy of Mike Burton.

Photos from Archives of African American Music and Culture's post 04/09/2021

Tonight is the night! Get to know more about Mike Burton ahead of tonight's Episode 3 premiere! 7PM EST on the IU Bloomington YouTube Channel [Link In Bio] 🎥🎬🍿

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Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere with Everybody | AAAMC Speaks 04/09/2021

Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere with Everybody | AAAMC Speaks

Today's the big day! Mike Burton's premiere starts in 12 hours, head over to the link below a few minutes before 7 PM DST so you do not miss the countdown and beginning. We'll be there to live chat and celebrate with you. Enjoy the premiere!
https://youtu.be/Q8-IXBhaCy8

Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere with Everybody | AAAMC Speaks Mike Burton is a saxophonist, IU Soul R***e alum and Jacobs School of Music Jazz Studies graduate (BA and MA) who has recorded and performed live with top ar...

04/08/2021

Since graduating from Indiana University, Mike Burton has made a name for himself in the music industry, playing with Grammy Award-Winning artists all across the world. Meet Mike in Episode 3 of AAAMC Speaks, an Indiana University Documentary Series.

🎥 Don't miss Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere With Everybody | AAAMC Speaks

📅 This Friday, April 9th, 7PM EST

▶️ IU Bloomington YouTube Channel

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#BlackMusic #Archives #ArchivesAlive #aaamcSpeaks #BlackVoices #IndianaUniversity #Bloomington #BloomingtonIndiana #BlackArtMatters #BHM #MikeBurton

Since graduating from Indiana University, Mike Burton has made a name for himself in the music industry, playing with Grammy Award-Winning artists all across the world. Meet Mike in Episode 3 of AAAMC Speaks, an Indiana University Documentary Series.

🎥 Don't miss Mike Burton: This Man is Everywhere With Everybody | AAAMC Speaks

📅 This Friday, April 9th, 7PM EST

▶️ IU Bloomington YouTube Channel

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04/06/2021

Get ready to groove! 🎷🎶 As you can hear from this snippet from "Walk With Me," Michael Burton is no doubt a talented saxophonist, music writer, and producer. Learn more about Mike during the AAAMC Speaks Episode 3: Michael Burton premiere, April 9th at 7PM EST on YouTube.

Song: "Walk With Me" from Burton’s latest work “Walk With Me”
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04/02/2021

⚠️ ALERT: We’re dropping another episode of AAAMC Speaks!!!

🗓 April 9th

🕖 7PM EST

📍 Indiana University Bloomington YouTube

✍️ Register on the IU Events page to stay updated:
https://events.iu.edu/provost/event/179182-aaamc-speaks-mike-burton-youtube-premiere-watch

The Archives of African American Music and Culture's 'AAAMC Speaks', a documentary series that delves into the legacy of influential figures in the Black performance community, will premiere its third episode featuring Michael Burton Friday, April 9th at 7PM EST on Indiana University Bloomington's YouTube channel.

Burton is a saxophonist, IU Soul R***e alum and Jacobs School of Music Jazz Studies graduate (BA and MA) who has recorded and performed live with top artists representing multiple genres in the music industry, such as Jill Scott, Patti LaBelle, Russell Gunn, Mary J. Blige, PJ Morton, New Edition, Anita Baker, Jazmine Sullivan, Arrested Development, Kirk Franklin and the Mississippi Mass Choir. He has also toured as saxophonist with numerous Tyler Perry stage plays and has appeared on the Tonight Show, Good Morning America, The Steve Harvey Show, Ellen, and Jimmy Kimmel.

We hope you'll join and chat with us during the YouTube watch party on April 9th! You can also catch the episode on IUB's YouTube anytime thereafter. See you soon!

⚠️ ALERT: We’re dropping another episode of AAAMC Speaks!!!

🗓 April 9th

🕖 7PM EST

📍 Indiana University Bloomington YouTube

✍️ Register on the IU Events page to stay updated:
https://events.iu.edu/provost/event/179182-aaamc-speaks-mike-burton-youtube-premiere-watch

The Archives of African American Music and Culture's 'AAAMC Speaks', a documentary series that delves into the legacy of influential figures in the Black performance community, will premiere its third episode featuring Michael Burton Friday, April 9th at 7PM EST on Indiana University Bloomington's YouTube channel.

Burton is a saxophonist, IU Soul R***e alum and Jacobs School of Music Jazz Studies graduate (BA and MA) who has recorded and performed live with top artists representing multiple genres in the music industry, such as Jill Scott, Patti LaBelle, Russell Gunn, Mary J. Blige, PJ Morton, New Edition, Anita Baker, Jazmine Sullivan, Arrested Development, Kirk Franklin and the Mississippi Mass Choir. He has also toured as saxophonist with numerous Tyler Perry stage plays and has appeared on the Tonight Show, Good Morning America, The Steve Harvey Show, Ellen, and Jimmy Kimmel.

We hope you'll join and chat with us during the YouTube watch party on April 9th! You can also catch the episode on IUB's YouTube anytime thereafter. See you soon!

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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.

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