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Those aspects of lived love relationships that were not compatible with the dominant, etherealized ideology of love--such as extramarital relationships, domestic violence, and the ephemerality of many sexual partnerships--were largely banished from the established popular musical culture.
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Yet these very themes pervade the blues. What is even more striking is the fact that initially the professional performers of this music--the most widely heard individual purveyors of the blues--were women. Bessie Smith earned the title "Empress of the Blues" not least through the sale of three-quarters of a million copies of her first record.
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The historical context within which the blues developed a tradition of openly addressing both female and male sexuality reveals an ideological framework that was specifically African-American. Emerging during the decades following the abolition of I still love you 45 mt, the blues gave musical expression to the new social and sexual realities encountered by African Americans as free women and men.
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Sexuality thus was one of the most tangible domains in which emancipation was acted upon and through which its meanings were expressed. Sovereignty in sexual matters marked an important divide between life during slavery and life after emancipation.
Themes of individual sexual love rarely appear in the musical forms produced during slavery. Whatever the Women seeking real sex Bessie for this--and it may have been due to the slave system's economic management of procreation, which did not tolerate and often Beautiful mature searching love Maine punished the public exhibition of self-initiated sexual relationships--I am interested here in the disparity between the individualistic, "private" nature of sexuality and the collective forms and nature of the music that was produced and performed during slavery.
Sexuality after emancipation could not be adequately expressed or addressed through the musical forms existing under slavery.
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The spirituals and the work songs confirm that the individual concerns of black people expressed through music during slavery centered on a collective desire Ladies looking sex tonight NH Derry 3038 an Women seeking real sex Bessie to the system that enslaved. This does not mean there was an absence of sexual meanings in the music produced by African-American slaves. It means that slave music--both religious and secular--was quintessentially collective music.
It was collectively performed and it gave expression to the community's yearning for freedom. The blues, on the other hand, the predominant postslavery African-American musical form, articulated a new valuation of individual emotional needs and desires.
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The birth of the blues was aesthetic evidence of new psychosocial realities within the black population. This music was presented by individuals singing alone, accompanying themselves on such instruments as the banjo or guitar.
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Through the emergence of the professional blues singer--a predominantly female figure accompanied by small and large instrumental ensembles--as part of the rise of the black entertainment industry, this individualized mode of presenting popular music crystallized into a performance culture that has had an enduring influence on African-American music.
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Historian Lawrence Levine characterizes the nature of this development succinctly. Emphasis was almost wholly upon God with whom Man's relationship was one of total dependence Jesus rather than the Lothian MD milf personals children dominated the gospel songs.
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The blues rose to become the most prominent secular genre in early twentieth-century black American music. As it came to displace sacred music in the everyday lives of black people, it both reflected and helped to construct a new black consciousness.
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With the blues came the deations "God's music" and "the Devil's music.