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African art American music American Negro ballads band Blues Bob Cole career Chicago choral classical jazz classical music color composer compositions concert Congo contemporary coon-song critics cultural decorative DISCUSSION QUESTIONS Duke Ellington early Ellington Europe European exhibited famous Fletcher Henderson Handy Harlem harmony idioms influence interest James Chapin Jim Europe Johnson later Louis Malvin Gray Johnson Marion Cook Memphis minstrel minstrelsy modern modernist modernist art mood murals Museum native Negro art Negro artists Negro dance Negro folk music Negro music Negro musicians Negro subject Negro theme Negro types Orchestra original painting Paris peasant period pioneer plantation popular music portrait primitive art racial ragtime READING REFERENCES realistic rhythm Roland Hayes sculpture sentimental serious Singers singing skill social song spirituals style success sung swing music symbolic Symphony talent Tanner technical Tin Pan Alley tion tradition typical vogue W. C. Handy York younger Negro