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Yellow power, yellow soul : the radical art of Fred Ho

Author: Roger Norman Buckley; Tamara Roberts
Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, ©2013.
Series: Asian American experience.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the life, work, and persona of saxophonist Fred Ho, an unabashedly revolutionary artist whose illuminating and daring work redefines the relationship between art and politics.

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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Fred Wei-han Ho; Fred Wei-han Ho
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Norman Buckley; Tamara Roberts
ISBN: 9780252037504 0252037502 9780252078996 0252078993 9780252094705 0252094700
OCLC Number: 812122326
Description: x, 271 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: "Fred Ho's demon baritone saxophone and his green monster band blowing the demons down" / Richard Hamasaki --
"It remains to be seen" / Esther Iverem --
Enter the voice of the dragon : Fred Ho, Burce Lee, and the popular avant-garde / Kevin Fellezs --
"Oh the hilt, the hilt again please" : a glimpse inside the making of operas with Fred Ho / Ruth Margraff --
Fred Ho's operatic journey / Arthur J. Sabatini --
"Politics and poetry" / Genny Lim --
"Return to the source" : Fred Ho's music and politics in the Asian American movement and beyond / Diane C. Fujino --
Red dragon, blue warrior : Fred Ho's ethical aesthetic / Salim Washington --
In Fred Ho's body of work / Bill V. Mullen --
"This evening (for Fred Ho)" / Jayne Cortez --
Machete and chopsticks / Magdalena Gómez --
Somewhere between ideology, practice, and the cellular war ... the dolphins sing : an improv on the fake book of a revolutionary artist / Peggy Myo-Young Choy --
"That's why the work is what it is" : an interview with Fred Ho / Miyoshi Smith --
Go on, shoot / Kalamu ya Salaam --
Excerpts from "Re-English, for Fred Ho" / Robert Kocik.
Series Title: Asian American experience.
Responsibility: edited by Roger N. Buckley and Tamara Roberts.

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"This powerful volume is an antiphonal response to Fred Ho's revolutionary music and politics. Ho's aesthetics are assertive, demanding, unequivocal, absolute, polemical, unrelenting, and beautiful, Read more...

 
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