I see the rhythm / paintings by Michele Wood ; text by Toyomi Igus.

By: Igus, ToyomiContributor(s): Wood, Michele [ill.]Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Francisco, CA : Children's Book Press, c1998Description: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 x 28 cmISBN: 0892391510 (hardcover); 9780892391516 (hardcover); 0516211919; 9780516211916; 0892392126; 9780892392124Subject(s): African Americans -- Music -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literatureAdditional physical formats: Online version:: I see the rhythm.; Online version:: I see the rhythm.DDC classification: 780/.89/96073 LOC classification: ML3556 | .I48 1998Other classification: DX 4060 Awards: Coretta Scott King Award, illustrator, 1999.Summary: Chronicles and captures poetically the history, mood, and movement of African American music. A celebration of African American music and the far-reaching impact it has had on the world, "I See the Rhythm" traces the progression of black music from its traditional roots in Africa to contemporary hip hop.Summary: Chronicles and captures poetically the history, mood, and movement of African American music.
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770.92 P2755RE Restless spirit : 778.9 K893EY Eye of the storm : 779.3 H6815L Look again! / 780 I248I I see the rhythm / 780 K17S See with your ears : 780.92 K943LI Lives of the musicians : 780.92 S7842EX The extraordinary music of Mr. Ives /

Chronicles and captures poetically the history, mood, and movement of African American music. A celebration of African American music and the far-reaching impact it has had on the world, "I See the Rhythm" traces the progression of black music from its traditional roots in Africa to contemporary hip hop.

Chronicles and captures poetically the history, mood, and movement of African American music.

Coretta Scott King Award, illustrator, 1999.

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