Latin American music, along with jazz, which also blendsAfrican and European traits, has been a great influence onpopular music around the world. Asian film songs and EasternMediterranean belly dancing may incorporate Latin percussion,rhythms, and/or the clave pattern. Since
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Peter Adler and Nicholas Barnard
African Majesty The Textile Art of the Ashanti and Ewe
131 illustrations in colour depicting textile history, and tribal art, craftsmanship
available on Ebay in 2009 24 Euro
Stripped of everything familiar, they brought with them their traditional ways of using music to record historic events, expressions, and to accompany rituals.
Written by William J. Dewey, with contributions by various authors: Toshiko M. McCallum (Author), Jerome Feldman (Author), Henrietta Cosentino (Author)
Sleeping Beauties: The Jerome L. Joss Collection of African Headrests
published by the Fowler Museum of Cultural History, University of California at Los Angeles
Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 21.6 x 1.9 cm
A collection of African Headrests in colour + B&W, together with descriptive text.
Headrests have typically been seen as modest objects with a simple function -- to support the head during sleep.
On loan from the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, "Sleeping Beauties" is drawn from the extraordinary collection of Jerome L. Joss.
The headrests are a superb study in the marriage of form and function - most are only 4-6 inches high.
Over 100 exquisite headrests, primarily from Africa (including Egypt) with smaller groupings from Asia and Oceania, were featured in this exhibition.