- This heading is assigned to blues with voice(s) or for two or more instrumentalists.
- Blues (Music)--United States
- Blues (Songs, etc.)
- Jive (Music)
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
Earlier Established Forms
Blues (Songs, etc.)Blues (Songs, etc.)
- found: New Grove dict. of Amer. mus.: secular black-American folk music of the 20th century, which has a history and evolution separate from, but sometimes related to, that of jazz; until the end of World War II blues recordings had been classified and marketed as race records--this segregation contributed to the development of postwar rhythm-and-blues, a term free of racial connotations
This heading is assigned to blues with voice(s) or for two or more instrumentalists.
headings for music of individual instruments followed by the qualifier "(Blues)" and the subdivisions [Methods (Blues)] and [Studies and exercises (Blues)] under individual musical instruments and families of instruments
- 2005-05-26: new
- 2005-09-02: revised
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