Sinful Tunes and Spirituals: Black Folk Music to the Civil War

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University of Illinois Press, 2003 - Music - 433 pages
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Includes information on African dancing, Black instruments, Drums, Balafo, the role of music in daily life, funerals, pinkster, worksongs, New Orleans, Christianity, middle passage, African jig, drums, quills, banjo, bones, triangle, tambourine, fiddlers, boat songs, harvest songs, march songs, street cries, field hollers, whistling improvisation satire, secular music, sacred music, religious music, the shout, Port Royal experiment, performance styule, Slave Songs of the United States, Go Down, Moses, etc.
 

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The Bible of All Music.
The truth is found here thanks to Dena.J.Epstein.
Music from where it came and where it is going.
Thank you, Dena. R.I.P.

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