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A Historical Survey of Afro-American Music in the United States Pak Chong-mun This paper is the second serial survey of Afro-American music in the United States. The first serial survey was published in Journal of the Society for Korean Historico-Musicology ꡔ韓國音樂史學報ꡕ, No. 18. The second serial deals with such topics as 1. Introduction, 2. The Origin of Blues, 3. Delta Blues, 4. Form of Blues, 5. Urban Blues, 6. Boogie-Woogie, 7. Combination by White Composers, 8. Conclusion. In the second serial survey, the author mentions such famous Blues singers as Manie Smith (1883-1946), Charley Patton (1887-1934), William Christopher Handy (1873-1958), Blind Lemon Jefferson (b.1897), Bukka White, Son House, Sonny Boy Williamson, etc.. Also mentioned are well- known pieces of Blunes including “High Water Everywhere,” “Sleepy Man Blues,” “Memphis Blues”(1912), “Dallas Blues,” “Yellow Dog Blues”(1914), “Beale Street Blues”(1916), “I Blieve I'll Dust My Broom,” “Traveling Riverside Blues,” and so on.


A Historical Survey of Afro-American Music in the United States Pak Chong-mun This paper is the second serial survey of Afro-American music in the United States. The first serial survey was published in Journal of the Society for Korean Historico-Musicology ꡔ韓國音樂史學報ꡕ, No. 18. The second serial deals with such topics as 1. Introduction, 2. The Origin of Blues, 3. Delta Blues, 4. Form of Blues, 5. Urban Blues, 6. Boogie-Woogie, 7. Combination by White Composers, 8. Conclusion. In the second serial survey, the author mentions such famous Blues singers as Manie Smith (1883-1946), Charley Patton (1887-1934), William Christopher Handy (1873-1958), Blind Lemon Jefferson (b.1897), Bukka White, Son House, Sonny Boy Williamson, etc.. Also mentioned are well- known pieces of Blunes including “High Water Everywhere,” “Sleepy Man Blues,” “Memphis Blues”(1912), “Dallas Blues,” “Yellow Dog Blues”(1914), “Beale Street Blues”(1916), “I Blieve I'll Dust My Broom,” “Traveling Riverside Blues,” and so on.