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LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good
LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good
LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good
LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good
LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good
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LE MONDE DU BLUES PAUL OLIVER Publication Date: 1962 In French. Condition: Very Good

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Title: LE MONDE DU BLUES

Publisher: France , Arthaud

Publication Date: 1962

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st 

334, [6] -of which 3 are blanks- printed pages. 46 duotone plates and 14 text documents. Translated from the original English edition by Henry Knobil and Max Roth. Discography by Jacques Demêtre. Preface by Sim Copans. Pages marginally age-toned. 15.5 x 21 cm. Original white printed card binding unblemished. Photographic dustwrapper with very slight wear to the lower top edge and to the head of the spine. Oliver's studies of American traditional music included early research into the influence of Islamic music from North Africa on its origins & began in the 1950s, including interviews, field work and research in recording and printed sources tracing the origin and development of African-American music and culture from the time of slavery and before. Paul Oliver's Archive of African American Music is held at Oxford Brookes University Special Collections and Archive. Dimitri Vicheney, known professionally as Jacques Demêtre (1924-2020), was a French historian of blues music who was one of the first Europeans to recognise and support Chicago blues. He was born in Paris, the son of Hélène Benois and Russian-born experimental composer Ivan Wyschnegradsky. Bookseller Inventory # 4339