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  1. Born in Hardin, Tennessee on to Peter Southern and Mary Elizabeth Midkiff. John Henry Southern married Adelia Merrill and had 11 children. He passed away on in St. Louis City, St. Louis City, Missouri, USA.
  2. Blues music is the name that given to both a musical form and genre that is primarily created by the African-American communities within the Deep South of the United States. It started in the nineteenth century and continued to make its way to the future.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Visions Of The Blues: Southern Music Issue No. 18 on Discogs/5(2).
  4. Aim: How can we understand how music tells a story while learning to sing the folk song “John Henry?” Summary: Students learn and sing “John Henry” while understanding how music can be used to tell a story. Materials: rhythm sticks, Musical Explorers CD or online audio Standards: GA: ESGMKPR.1, ESGMKRE.1, ESGMKRE.2, ESGMKRE.3, ESGMKCN.1, ESGMKCN.2 SC.
  5. During the 20th century, this melancholy music was the sound of the rural South. “The blues came out of the life of struggle,” says Barbara Newman, the president and CEO of the Blues.
  6. Nov 17,  · This is the first time that the Oxford American has devoted an entire music issue to a genre theme. To commemorate this occasion, we have created three different cover designs that celebrate three generations of musicians: John Lee Hooker, Bonnie Raitt, and Adia Victoria. Our music issues are prized by collectors and often sell out.
  7. Southern Africa. Botswana; Lesotho; Namibia; South Africa; Swaziland; Western Africa. Benin; Burkina Faso; John Henry. John Jackson. From The A Live Tribute to the Anthology of American Folk Music. Audio. John Henry View Cart. Buy Track $ Buy Track $
  8. Music: The Blues Teacher's Guide CD Conclude by asking student to write a paper in which they describe the importance of the African American ballad using "John Henry" as their case study.

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