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American negro folk-songs

Author: Newman Ivey White
Publisher: Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1928.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Music
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Newman Ivey White
OCLC Number: 411447
Description: x, 501 pages : music ; 25 cm
Contents: Ain't gonna grieve my lord no more --
All my sins been taken away --
An ante-bellum chanted prayer --
Blue --
Brother Eben's got a coon --
Cemetery blue --
City of the refuge --
Climbing Jacob's ladder --
Cotton-eyed Joe --
Creation --
Delie --
Den my little soul will shine --
Don't you see --
Eliza Jane --
Engineer rigg --
Er clim'in' up thine hill --
Fragment of a changed negro sermon --
Frankie and Albert --
Git along Liza Jane --
The gospel pool --
The great Titanic --
Hold your light --
How it tis-a with me --
I got a mother --
I got shoes --
I'm climbing --
I'm going to wear that starry crown over there --
It ain't no harm to trust in Jesus --
John Henry --
Keemo Kimo --
Kingdom coming --
L & N Special --
The little black train --
Little bunny rabbit --
Little David, play yo' harp --
Lulu gal --
Lynchburg Town --
Massa had a yaller gal --
Most done suffering --
Mr. frog went a courtin' he did ride --
My gal --
My Liza Jane --
Oh Mary don't you weep --
Oh Suzanna --
Old ship of Zion --
Ole massa was a stingy man --
Pharaoh's army --
Pomp's soliloquy --
Redeemed --
Roll Jordan roll --
Run nigger run --
Shortnin' bread --
Show me the way --
Simon Slick --
Sis Mary wore three links of chain --
Some folks say --
A Southern Jack --
That gospel train is coming --
That old-time religion --
Theology in the question --
This old hammer --
Tim of this --
The travelling coon --
Uncle Ned --
The voodoo man --
Wake Nicodemus --
We gwineter git down an' pray --
What you goin' to do when the rent comes round --
The wheel --
Where shall I be --
The year of Jubilee.
Responsibility: by Newman I. White.

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