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Wade In The Water - New Swing Quartet In Črne Vrane - Spirituals (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Dec 05,  · Wade In The Water: 5 Jazz Takes On Spirituals: A Blog Supreme The songs were a byproduct of slavery in the U.S. But after being passed along by generations of African-American musicians, they.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wade In The Water, VolAfrican American Spirituals:The Concert Tradition on Discogs.
  3. Wade in the water, because God is troubling the water.” 1 Yolanda Y. Smith quoting Ella Mitchell, “Oral Tradition: Legacy of Faith for the Black Church,” Religious Education 81, no. 1 (winter ): 99–; Thomas L. Webber, Deep Like the Rivers: Education in the Slave Quarter Community, – (New York: W. W. Norton, ),
  4. Wade in the water wade in the water, children wade in the water God's goin' to trouble the water See the band all dressed in white The leader looks like the Israelite See the band all dressed in red It looks like the band that Moses led.
  5. Wade in the Water celebrates these spirituals as an art form and as unique and powerful cultural expression. For those with little knowledge of the tradition, it provides a wealth of information. For those who know and love the spirituals, it offers a fresh perspective and an invitation to deeper understanding, spiritual transformation, and.
  6. This four-CD set of 19th- and 20th-century African American sacred music was initially released as a companion to the Peabody Award-winning radio series of the same name produced by National Public Radio and the Smithsonian Institution. With extensive notes by Bernice Johnson Reason, who.
  7. Wade In The Water, VolAfrican American Spirituals:The Concert Tradition by Various Artists (May 1, ) Wade In The Water (Smithsonian Folkways Series) Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 19 ratings/5(19).
  8. Various Artists - Wade In The Water, VolAfrican American Spirituals:The Concert Tradition - jarraenibijsnaledepeculsilasa.coinfo Music/5(19).
  9. Music Because many slaves knew the secret meanings of these songs, they could be used to signal many jarraenibijsnaledepeculsilasa.coinfo example, Harriet Tubman used the song “Wade in the Water” to tell escaping slaves to get off the trail and into the water to make sure the dogs slavecatchers used couldn’t sniff out their trail. People walking through water did not leave a scent trail that dogs could follow.

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