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Sites about The Congo

by Vachel Lindsay

A work controversial both for its groundbreaking use of sound and for the issues of racism it raises. "The Congo" expressed a revolutionary aesthetic of sound for sound's sake by imitating the pounding of drums in rhythms and the exemplification of drumming onomatopoeia.

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Last Updated Mar 25, 2014