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The University Singers (2) - Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / Deep River (Shellac)

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  1. Swing Low Sweet Chariot The Princely Players 6 Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho Wade In the Water The Fisk Jubilee Singers 8 Deep River The Howard University Chamber Choir 9 Listen to the Lambs The Howard University Chamber Choir The University Of Utah Singers 50 million songs. Three months on us. Start your free trial.
  2. February 19, Commentary, Metaphysical, Music gospel, music, swing low sweet chariot Sean Curnyn In many Christian churches this morning, the first reading would have been from Second Kings, chapter two, where the prophet Elijah is taken by God while his assistant and successor Elisha (who had repeatedly refused to leave him) looks on.
  3. Jan 18,  · They made their way to New York, where they chose for their debut Steal Away, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and Deep River, the secret hymns their ancestors sang in fields and cabins and brush arbor churches, the spirituals they were about to introduce into .
  4. The melody may be based on African models. William Ames Fisher mentions an old Rhodesian song similar to "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," while Marion Bauer and Ethel R. Peyser have shown that the response and refrain of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" are like a .
  5. A good message, songs sung together, lifting, spiritual and explosive: when voices start to fly and hearts open – that’s gospel. It is expressed most completely when compared worldwide at concerts of the famous and original Harlem Gospel Singers.
  6. posted 2/1/ American Spiritual Ensemble gives voice to traveling tradition posted 1/28/ Bob Edwards show talks about 'Our Lincoln' posted 2/10/09 'Our Lincoln' shows off Kentucky in Washington posted 2/4/09 'Our Lincoln' performance photos in Washington posted 2/3/ New voices added and bios updated posted 10/31/ Tour in Spain.
  7. H.L. Mencken once suggested that the same unknown genius who wrote "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" also penned "Deep River" and "Roll, Jordan, Roll." It is known from the programs of the legendary Fisk Jubilee Singers, founded and directed by George Leonard White, that this spiritual or jubilee song was part of their repetoire in the early to mid.
  8. On this date in , The Registry celebrates the writing of the hymn “Swing Low Sweet Chariot.” It was penned by Wallace Willis, the Black slave of a Choctaw Indian. Known as "Uncle Wallace," he was inspired to write this well-known American hymn by his current home near Oklahoma City. Willis was also a servant at Spencer Academy, a Choctaw boarding school for boys in Choctaw County.

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