A Study of the Historical Development of Selected Black College and University Bands as a Curricular and Aesthetic Entity, 1867-1975
Researchs the historical development of bands in historically Black colleges and universities and provides a view of the bands' status as a viable entity in higher education in the United States. Bands of thirty institutions were subjects of the research with twelve bands subjected to more in-depth profiling.
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