Jazz South Africa makes the big time jazz scene.
|The New African: Volume 4, Number 2, April 1965|
An article about the jazz pianist, Dollar Brand.
An article about the cancellation of music concerts due to South African Government race policies.
|The Duke's men||
Studies by a South African artist of the Duke Ellington concert tour of Britain.
The "freedom" jazz movement.
Looking at the lack of development of jazz music in South Africa.
|"Not enough night"||
Negritude's evasive ethos.
|"We of Africa"||
Unlike Easterners who are given to meditation or Westerners who have an inquisitive turn of mind we of Africa, belonging neither to the East or to the West, are fundamentally observers, penetrating observers, relying more on intuition than on the process of reasoning.
|The meaning of the "Freedom now suite"||
One of America's jazz musicians who had long been strongly involved emotionally in the movements for integration in America and national autonomy in Africa was Max Roach.
|A new "thing" out of Africa||
Jazz in Africa
|Theoria: a journal of studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences No.5 1953|
|Chapter fifteen: Arts and entertainment|
|Chapter thirteen: Arts and entertainment|
|Chapter twelve: Arts and entertainment|
|Face to face with Bob Mabena|
|Yvonne Chaka Chaka: Princess of Africa|
|Taxi talk: filthy sounds|
|Breaking an ancient taboo|
|Women make the music|