The talent of this instrument, brought to America by African slaves, released her second album of American traditional music.
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In an age when most teens are busy with the latest news from tik tokAnd Nora Brown, which is talented in bathroom, portable tool America NS African slavesJust posted your second album from traditional american music.
When his parents gave him a guitar for Christmas at the age of six, they never imagined that he could become a music star. American folk music.
the young woman from 16 years who were brought up in BrooklynI learned with the old teacher Shlomo Pestko. And now Brown is part of a group of musicians who continue the traditional music of Appalachian MountainsThanks to the old masters of this kind.
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In a conversation with AFP near the Brooklyn Bridge who American Music Festival Brown, who was recently closed, emphasized that one of the reasons for the explanation was “Awareness On the complexity of traditional music.
She feels “not appreciated, admired, or recognized popular culturePeople often treat the banjo as “kind of kidding,” he said.
As a benchmark for the genre, Brown is well aware of the complex history of the banjo. This stringed instrument is often associated with white men in the southern United States who came from West Africa.
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The instrument was so taken over by white Appalachians that it became a major component of American folk music. So much so that it was a slogan racist fanatics In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
In late September, Brown released his second album, Sidetrack My Engine, a collection of old songs with new arrangements he learned while visiting places like Eastern Kentucky.
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