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  1. May 02,  · Live from Los Angeles - Vol. 2: JDI Records: The McIntosh County Shouters: Adam Picking Up Leaves: Folk Masters: Great Performances Recorded Live at the Barns of Wolf Trap: Smithsonian Folkways Recordings: Dmitri Alexeev,Barbara Hendricks: His Name So Sweet: Negro Spirituals: Mezhdunarodnaya Kniga Musica: Paul Robeson: Swing Low Sweet Chariot.
  2. Watch the video for Swing Low Sweet Chariot by Paul Robeson for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. In addition to his stage performances, his renditions of old Negro spirituals were acclaimed; Robeson was the first to bring them to the concert stage. Robeson's reper.
  3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Coming for to carry me home I looked over Jordan and what did I see. African American Spirituals where the strong oral tradition of songs, stories proverbs and historical accounts. African American Spirituals have been apart of American culture from times of slavery to today and their legacy is clear in today’s gospel music.
  4. SWING LOW A pentatonic melody, SWING LOW has the musical structure of "call and response" (solo and chorus) which is common in the rote practices associated with African American spirituals. Use a vocal soloist or a small group of voices for the marked unison segments and have the entire congregation sing the Go to tune page >.
  5. Negro Spiritual Swing low, sweet chariot Performed by: The Southern Four Record format: Edison Diamond Disc Matrix number: C Recording date: December 07, Release number: R Release date: August NPS object catalog number: EDIS
  6. " Swing Low, Sweet Chariot " is an Amer­i­can negro spir­i­tual. The ear­li­est known record­ing was in , by the Fisk Ju­bilee Singers of Fisk Uni­ver­sity. In , the Li­brary of Con­gress hon­ored the song as one of 50 record­ings cho­sen that year to be added to the Na­tional Record­ing Reg­istry.
  7. One of the most famous of these Negro Spirituals is “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot,” which was written by Wallace Willis, a Choctaw freedman in Hugo, Oklahoma in He was inspired by the Red River, located in Mississippi, which reminded him of the Jordan River and of the Prophet Elijah’s being taken to heaven by a chariot (2 Kings ).
  8. rows · Watch the video for Swing Low, Sweet Chariot from Paul Robeson's Legends Of The .

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