Slave Songs of the United States
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Mar 15, Anthony rated it it was amazing. As good as it gets, one of the the best published compilations of secular and religious slaves songs. Read for personal research - found this book's contents helpful and inspiring.
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Throughout history, music and songs have been recorded as evidence that certain cultural values existed.
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This collection of songs showcased the prescences of nineteenth century arrangements of solos, choirs, and ensembles. Confirmation of religious and spirituals prescences in the negro spirituals can be find in the verses of the songs.
Enslaved africans used references from the Old Testament characters ;ole Moses and Daniel. The characters all faced great trials and overcame them with the help of God.
God was seen as an important part of slaves daily life and promoted the importance of spirtuality and freedom from bondage. These enslaved people were not very concerned about the afterlife and promoted the ideas of community power to overcome and obstacles posed by other human beings. The negro spiritual represented a collective culture of Chrisitain belief and African values that was performed as intergral aspect of the New World and African American culture.
Orgin of Spirituals. The Arranged Spiritual.