Interview with Ray Mantilla

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Title

Interview with Ray Mantilla

Subject

Streets and avenues (The Bronx, New York) -- Prospect Avenue -- Freeman Street
Music and musicians -- jazz -- Latin music -- percussion -- drums -- Machito -- Rodríguez, Tito -- Bonilla, Benny -- Gillespie, Dizzy -- Barreto, Ray -- Kitt, Eartha -- Mann, Herbie -- charanga -- Afro-cuban music
Ethnic groups and nationalities -- Puerto Ricans (Boricuas) -- Peruvians
Racism -- education discrimination
Sports and athletics -- baseball
Music venues and performance spaces -- Paramount Theater -- Bronx YMCA -- Tropicana Club

Description

Transcript of an oral history with Ray Mantilla, highly accomplished Latin and jazz percussionist, conducted originally through the Bronx African American History Project and dual-listed under the Bronx Latino History Project.

Creator

Mantilla, Ray

Publisher

Bronx Latino History Project
Bronx African American History Project

Date

January 24, 2006

Contributor

Naison, Mark
Gordon, Maxine

Format

PDF

Language

English
Spanish

Type

Oral history

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Naison, Mark
Gordon, Maxine

Interviewee

Mantilla, Ray

Transcription

Original Format

PDF

Duration

01:16:20

Files

Mantilla, Ray.mp3
Mantilla Ray.pdf

Citation

Mantilla, Ray, “Interview with Ray Mantilla,” Bronx History Online, accessed December 1, 2022, https://digital.bchslibrary.org/items/show/554.

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