1 digital audio cassette tape (TCD-0158)
Lent for copying by Michael P. Smith February 1992.
Michael P[roctor] Smith (b. 1937), an award-winning freelance photographer, has lived and worked in New Orleans LA for twenty years. His work has hung in numerous galleries and he is the author of three books documenting the Afro-American community in New Orleans, especially its varied musical expressions. An exhibit of his photographs appeared at Middle Tennessee State University in January and February 1992 and he delivered a lecture and slide show about his work on 6 February 1992 at the university's Learning Resources Center.
-- the above information was taken from the exhibit catalog and from
the jackets of Smith's books A Joyful Noise and New Orleans Jazz
Scope and Content:
This tape is a copy of the recording used by Smith to illustrate his
6 February lecture and includes jazz and other forms music performed by
Afro-Americans at social clubs, funerals, church services and parades in
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