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Illustration, Who dat say chicken in dis crowd.., 1898, A.A.C., LoC.

View 1,300 pieces of sheet music composed by and about African Americans. [...] »

Album Cover, Shake For Me by The Manish Boys

Interested in jazz, hip hop, blues, doo-wop, spirituals, or rock? Explore African American music history. [...] »

Photo, Count Basie (left) during a concert in Cologne (Germany)

Listen to jazz from the '20s and '40s while learning about music greats and hot spots. [...] »

Graphic, Dismuke's Virtual Talking Machine

Swing to the beats of the early 1900s. [...] »

Photo, Fats Waller dresses for show at the London Palladium, 1938, Ed Kirkeby.

Meet legendary jazz pianist Fats Waller. Be at the forefront of musical history. [...] »

Print, Heroes of the colored race, J. Hoover, c.1881-1183, Library of Congress

Slavery, Reconstruction, the Civil Rights Movement—you have to teach these topics, so check out these essays to enrich your curriculum! [...] »

Detail, homepage

Can you tell New Orleans jazz from Bebop? Can you hear the variations in style and instrumental parts? [...] »

Image, Lesson Plans Library, 2010, Discovery Education.

Hundreds of lesson plans, right at your fingertips. Incorporate them in the classroom. [...] »

Photograph, In Memory..1908-2002 Lionel Hampton, University of Idaho.

Jazz musician Lionel Hampton and the University of Idaho shared a rich relationship, explored in this tribute site. [...] »

Photo, Narvin Kimball, Nancy Greer, Louisiana Digital Library

Listen to New Orleans jazz while learning about Louis Armstrong and other famed musicians. [...] »

 
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