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Negro Spirituals

Historical Negro Spirituals

Historical Negro Spirituals Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Popular Negro Spirituals Go

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Negro Spirtuals

Negro Spirtuals Black churches for many years have served as a place for inspiration for the black community, rooting back to the years of slavery

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Set Me Free- Negro Spirituals

Set Me Free- Negro Spirituals Negro spirituals was one of the first genres made. It was created by slaves during slavery to symbolize their home and

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Musical Theater

Musical Theater By: Nyla Griffith Musical theater began around the 1840s and continues to the modern day. Originally black people, and specifically African Americans were

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Negro Spirituals

Negro Spirituals

The Legacy and Beauty in Spirituals As an extension of folk music, negro sprituals were based upon Christian values and mental freedom. The Great Awakening,

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negro spirituals

Negro spirituals were songs that slaves sang amongst themselves, both for entertainment purposes and to deliver messages discreetly. These messages were usually hopeful; the word

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Slave Songs

NEGRO SPIRITUALS This genre of music erupted from the aching souls of slaves during the 1800s. The beats and tunes of Negro Slave songs were

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Negro Spirituals

* NEGRO SPIRITUALS * Negro spirituals were songs created by the enslaved Africans who were captured and brought to the United States to be sold

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Negro Spirituals

The Atlantic slave trade involved the unwilling diaspora of African and Caribbean people who were forced to relocate and uprooted from their homelands by European

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