Black Sacred Music

 

Black Sacred Music
Journal Frequency: Two issues annually

Academic Editor: Yahya Jongintaba

Black Sacred Music (published 1987–1995) sought to establish theomusicology—a theologically informed musicology—as a distinct discipline, incorporating methods from anthropology, sociology, psychology, and philosophy to examine the full range of black sacred music. Topics included black secular music, the early days of rap, soul, jazz, civil rights songs, the religious music of Africa and the African diaspora, spirituals, gospel music, and the music of the black church.

The journal consisted of scholarly articles, essays, hymns and folk songs, sermons, historical reprints, and reviews of books, hymn books, and recordings. It also published volumes of archival writings by R. Nathaniel Dett, William Grant Still, and Willis Laurence James.

Notable contributors: Philip V. Bohlman, Michael Eric Dyson, Andrew Greeley, Mark Sumner Harvey, Willie James Jennings, D. Soyini Madison, Sonja Peterson-Lewis, Harold Dean Trulear, William C. Turner Jr., Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, Cornell West, Jeremiah A. Wright. Jr.

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Indexed/abstracted in the following: ArticleFirst, ATLA Religion Database (American Theological Library Association), MLA International Bibliography (Modern Language Association), RILM Abstracts of Music Literature (Repertoire International de Litterature Musicale) - EBSCO, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature (Repertoire International de Litterature Musicale) - ProQuest
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ISSN: 1043-9445
e-ISSN: 2640-9879
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