Oh Dem Watermelons
Data de Lançamento: August 13, 1965
Tempo de execução: 12m
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Commissioned by the San Francisco Mime Troupe as a short to be screened during intermission for its rather infamous 1965 Minstrel Show (Civil Rights from the Cracker Barrel), which assaulted racial stereotypes by wildly exaggerating them. Scored by Steve Reich.
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