"John Gray's African Music is a truly outstanding achievement. The work of an experienced bibliographer, Gray's bibliography is likely to become the standard reference tool on African music for the next decade or so. With a staggering 5,802 entries, African Music supersedes all previously available bibliographies in scope, the clear organization of its data, and of course, in its up-to-dateness."-Folk Music Journal (U.K.)
About the Author
JOHN GRAY is Director of the Black Arts Research Center. He is the author of Blacks in Classical Music he, "Traditional Religion and Healing in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Diaspora" "Black Theatre and Performance" and "Blacks in Film and Television," all published by Greenwood Press.