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"Music in the South" video tape

Accession Numbers

91-018

Physical Description

1 half-inch video cassette tape (VCH-152)

Dates

1957

Provenance and Acquisition Information

This copy was made by Center staff from a copy lent by Dr. Charles Wolfe, professor of English at Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro TN.  According to Dr. Wolfe this copy was given to him by the producer Charles Romine.

Agency History

"Music in the South" was part of a series called Odyssey produced by CBS Television. This program was produced by Charles Romine, directed by Frank de Felitta and written by Frederic Ramsey Jr.

Scope and Content

"Music in the South" examines the roots of jazz in earlier black musical forms through conversations with and performances by Horace Spratt of Alabama and other informants.

Location

Audio visual materials are filed first by format, then by tape number in the audio visual archives.

Subject(s)

Jazz

Creators

CBS Television

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