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The Resource Religious folk songs of the Negro

Religious folk songs of the Negro

Label
Religious folk songs of the Negro
Title
Religious folk songs of the Negro
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Dewey number
784.7/56
LC call number
M1670
LC item number
.H3 1973
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Hampton Institute
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Fenner, Thomas P
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  • African Americans
  • Spirituals (Songs)
Label
Religious folk songs of the Negro
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Reprint. Originally published: Hampton, Va. : The Institute Press, 1920
  • 1st AMS ed
  • Includes title index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A great camp meetin' in de promised land ; A wheel in a wheel ; Babylon's fallin' ; Bright sparkles in the churchyard ; Come down, sinner ; Daniel saw de stone ; De church ob God ; De ole ark a-moverin along ; De ol sheep done know de road ; Dere's a little wheel a-turnin' ; De winter'll soon be ober ; Did you hear how dey crucified my lord ; Did you hear my Jesus ; Don't be weary, traveller ; Don't' call de roll ; Don't leave me, Lord ; Don't you view dat ship a-come a-sailin' ; Down by de river ; Dust an' ashes ; Fighting on ; General roll call ; Gideon's band, or De milk-white horses ; Git on board, little children ; Glory and honor ; Go down, Moses ; Going to heaven ; Going to shout all over God's heaven ; Go, Mary, an' toll de bell ; Good Lord, shall I ever be de one ; Good news, de chariot's comin' ; Go tell it on de mountain ; Grace before meat at Hampton ; Gwine to live humble to the lord ; Gwine up ; Hail! hail! hail! ; Hard trials ; Hear de angels singin' ; Hear de lambs a-cryin' ; He is king of kings ; He raise a poor Lazarus ; He's the lord of lords ; I couldn't hear nobody pray ; I don't fell no-ways tired ; I hope my mother will be there ; I know I would like to read ; I know de Lord's laid his hands on me ; I'll be there in the morning ; I'm a-rolling through an unfriendly world ; I'm a-trav'ling to the grave ; I'm goin to join in this army ; In bright mansions above ; In dat great gittin'-up morning ; In the kingdom ; I've been a-listenin' all de night long ; I've been toilin' at de hill ; I've got a mother in de heaven ; I want to be ready ; Jacob's ladder ; Jesus ain't comin' here t' die no mo' ; John saw ; Judgment day is a-rollin' around ; Keep a-inchin' along ; Keep me from sinkin' down ; King Emanuel ; Let de heaven light shine on me ; Let us cheer the weary traveller ; Let us praise him ; Listen to de lambs ; Little David, play on your harp ; Little wheel a-turnin' in my heart ; Lord, I want to be a Christian ; Lord, until I reach my home ; Love and serve de lord
  • Many thousand gone ; Massa gwine to sell us tomorrow ; Most done trabelling ; My bretheren, don't get weary ; My lord delivered Daniel ; My lord's a-ridin' all de time ; My lord, what a mornin' ; My soul wants something that's new ; My way's cloudy ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; Oh, de hebben is shinin' ; Oh, den my little soul's gwine to shine ; Oh, freedom ; Oh, give way, Jordan ; Oh, Jerusalem ; Oh, sinner, you'd better get ready ; Oh, wasn't dat a wide ribber ; Oh, when I git t' heaven ; Oh, yes ; Oh, yes, yonder comes my lord ; Ole ship of Zion ; Peter, go ring dem bells ; Peter on the sea ; Pilgrim's song ; Prayer is de key of heaven ; Put John on de island ; Raslin' Jacob ; Reign, Massa Jesus ; Religion is a fortune ; Ride on ; Rise an' shine ; Rise up, shepherd, an' foller ; Roll de ole chariot along ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Rough and rolling sea ; Run, Mary, run ; See, fo' an' twenty elders ; Seek and ye shall find ; Some o' dese mornin's ; Somebody's knocking at your door ; sometimes I feel like a motherless child ; Stars in the elements are falling ; Stay in de field ; Steal away to Jesus ; Sun don't set in de mornin's ; Sweet Canaan ; Sweet turtle dove, or Jerusalem mornin' ; Swing low ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Tell Jesus ; The Danville chariot ; The downward road is crowded ; The enlisted soldiers ; The rocks and the mountains ; There were ten virgins ; 'Tis me, 'tis me, O lord ; View de land ; Walking in de light ; Walk you in de light ; Want to go to heaven when I die ; we are building on a rock; Were you there ; What you gwine t' do when de lamp burn down ; When I come to die ; Where shall I be when de firs' trumpet soun' ; Who'll jine de union ; Wonder where is good ole Daniel ; Zion, weep a-low
Control code
3235505
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
  • New ed.
  • Arr. by the musical directors of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute from the original ed. by Thomas P. Fenner.
Extent
vi, 180 pages
Lccn
72001624
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1141525
Label
Religious folk songs of the Negro
Publication
Note
  • Reprint. Originally published: Hampton, Va. : The Institute Press, 1920
  • 1st AMS ed
  • Includes title index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A great camp meetin' in de promised land ; A wheel in a wheel ; Babylon's fallin' ; Bright sparkles in the churchyard ; Come down, sinner ; Daniel saw de stone ; De church ob God ; De ole ark a-moverin along ; De ol sheep done know de road ; Dere's a little wheel a-turnin' ; De winter'll soon be ober ; Did you hear how dey crucified my lord ; Did you hear my Jesus ; Don't be weary, traveller ; Don't' call de roll ; Don't leave me, Lord ; Don't you view dat ship a-come a-sailin' ; Down by de river ; Dust an' ashes ; Fighting on ; General roll call ; Gideon's band, or De milk-white horses ; Git on board, little children ; Glory and honor ; Go down, Moses ; Going to heaven ; Going to shout all over God's heaven ; Go, Mary, an' toll de bell ; Good Lord, shall I ever be de one ; Good news, de chariot's comin' ; Go tell it on de mountain ; Grace before meat at Hampton ; Gwine to live humble to the lord ; Gwine up ; Hail! hail! hail! ; Hard trials ; Hear de angels singin' ; Hear de lambs a-cryin' ; He is king of kings ; He raise a poor Lazarus ; He's the lord of lords ; I couldn't hear nobody pray ; I don't fell no-ways tired ; I hope my mother will be there ; I know I would like to read ; I know de Lord's laid his hands on me ; I'll be there in the morning ; I'm a-rolling through an unfriendly world ; I'm a-trav'ling to the grave ; I'm goin to join in this army ; In bright mansions above ; In dat great gittin'-up morning ; In the kingdom ; I've been a-listenin' all de night long ; I've been toilin' at de hill ; I've got a mother in de heaven ; I want to be ready ; Jacob's ladder ; Jesus ain't comin' here t' die no mo' ; John saw ; Judgment day is a-rollin' around ; Keep a-inchin' along ; Keep me from sinkin' down ; King Emanuel ; Let de heaven light shine on me ; Let us cheer the weary traveller ; Let us praise him ; Listen to de lambs ; Little David, play on your harp ; Little wheel a-turnin' in my heart ; Lord, I want to be a Christian ; Lord, until I reach my home ; Love and serve de lord
  • Many thousand gone ; Massa gwine to sell us tomorrow ; Most done trabelling ; My bretheren, don't get weary ; My lord delivered Daniel ; My lord's a-ridin' all de time ; My lord, what a mornin' ; My soul wants something that's new ; My way's cloudy ; Nobody knows the trouble I've seen ; Oh, de hebben is shinin' ; Oh, den my little soul's gwine to shine ; Oh, freedom ; Oh, give way, Jordan ; Oh, Jerusalem ; Oh, sinner, you'd better get ready ; Oh, wasn't dat a wide ribber ; Oh, when I git t' heaven ; Oh, yes ; Oh, yes, yonder comes my lord ; Ole ship of Zion ; Peter, go ring dem bells ; Peter on the sea ; Pilgrim's song ; Prayer is de key of heaven ; Put John on de island ; Raslin' Jacob ; Reign, Massa Jesus ; Religion is a fortune ; Ride on ; Rise an' shine ; Rise up, shepherd, an' foller ; Roll de ole chariot along ; Roll, Jordan, roll ; Rough and rolling sea ; Run, Mary, run ; See, fo' an' twenty elders ; Seek and ye shall find ; Some o' dese mornin's ; Somebody's knocking at your door ; sometimes I feel like a motherless child ; Stars in the elements are falling ; Stay in de field ; Steal away to Jesus ; Sun don't set in de mornin's ; Sweet Canaan ; Sweet turtle dove, or Jerusalem mornin' ; Swing low ; Swing low, sweet chariot ; Tell Jesus ; The Danville chariot ; The downward road is crowded ; The enlisted soldiers ; The rocks and the mountains ; There were ten virgins ; 'Tis me, 'tis me, O lord ; View de land ; Walking in de light ; Walk you in de light ; Want to go to heaven when I die ; we are building on a rock; Were you there ; What you gwine t' do when de lamp burn down ; When I come to die ; Where shall I be when de firs' trumpet soun' ; Who'll jine de union ; Wonder where is good ole Daniel ; Zion, weep a-low
Control code
3235505
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
  • New ed.
  • Arr. by the musical directors of the Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute from the original ed. by Thomas P. Fenner.
Extent
vi, 180 pages
Lccn
72001624
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1141525

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