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Ballantine, Christopher. “MUSIC AND EMANCIPATION: The Social Role of Black Jazz and Vaudeville in South Africa Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s.” Jazz Planet, edited by E. Taylor Atkins, by Christopher G. Bakriges et al., University Press of Mississippi, Jackson, 2003, pp. 169–190, www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvdb8.14. Accessed 24 June 2021.
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Ballantine, C. (2003). MUSIC AND EMANCIPATION: The Social Role of Black Jazz and Vaudeville in South Africa Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s. In Bakriges C., Fernández R., Fornäs J., Givan B., Johnson B., Jones A., et al. (Authors) & Atkins E. (Ed.), Jazz Planet (pp. 169-190). Jackson: University Press of Mississippi. Retrieved June 24, 2021, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvdb8.14
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Ballantine, Christopher. "MUSIC AND EMANCIPATION: The Social Role of Black Jazz and Vaudeville in South Africa Between the 1920s and the Early 1940s." In Jazz Planet, edited by Atkins E. Taylor, by Bakriges Christopher G., Fernández Raúl A., Fornäs Johan, Givan Benjamin, Johnson Bruce, Jones Andrew F., Molasky Michael, De Camargo Piedade Acácio Tadeu, Pinckney Warren R., Starr S. Frederick, Williams Linda F., and Zenni Stefano, 169-90. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2003. Accessed June 24, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt2tvdb8.14.

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