Samples of songs, speeches, interviews, field recordings and films were carefully chosen and rearranged to explore the connection between African and African-American music. Rhythms from West Africa are integrated with voices from Harlem, conversations about race and identity between writers and ethnomusicologists are constructed, speeches from activists are conjoined with the voices of prisoners. This process of combining preexisting material has inspired four ‘Meditations on Afrocentrism’ ( 5th of March 2012, Black Acre ) .
Edited by zm0 on 11 Jun 2012, 07:20
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