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Another sheaf of white spirituals
George Pullen Jackson
|Statement||collected, edited, and illustrated by George Pullen Jackson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
Genre spirituals, spirituals, Although numerous rhythmical and sonic elements of Negro spirituals can be traced to African sources, Negro spirituals are a musical form that is indigenous and specific to the religious experience in the United States of Africans and their descendants. They are a result of the interaction of music and religion from Africa with music and religion of . In book collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. A book may have more than one first edition in Frequently Asked Questions. About first editions; Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. JACKSON, George Pullen, collected, edited, and illustrated by.
A collection of 29 stylistically authentic spiritual arrangements for SATB choirs. The contents span the period from to and are ordered chronologically. Many of the best-known songs from the genre's most important composers and arrangers are included. The only song with a similar title I've found is "Loving Lamb" ("lamb" here is in the singular), which is quoted with music in George Pullen Jackson's Another Sheaf of White Spirituals (; Folklorica, , p.
Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. Gainesville, Fla.; University of Florida Press, University of Alabama. Employed by the W.L. Petrey Wholesale Co., His book is a selection of columns published over a twenty year period in the Luverne Journal, Luverne, Ala. Died J Owen’s The Story of Alabama; Authors of Books. I am a poor, wayfaring stranger, while trav'ling through this world of woe, yet there's no sickness, toil or danger, in Another Sheaf of White Spirituals, page , seems to be the one who first identified the melody Judgement titled Fulfillment. The Wikipedia article on that book gives a table of contents, and I see neither that tune.
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OCLC Number: Description: pages cm: Contents: Group one. Songs which reveal the folk singing manner --Group meeting spiritual songs --Group which tell a religious story --Group with tunes robbed from fiddlers, fifers, harpers, and frolickers --Group ngs of praise --Group tunes and others in a like mood --Group seven.
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New York: Folklorica Press Inc., 4TO Softcover. Good. Item # ISBN: ppg. Text is bright and unmarked. Binding is tight and square. Hinges are secure. Mild shelf wear to covers with a few light creases : George Pullen Jackson. White and Negro spirituals, their life span and kinship: tracing years of untrammeled song making and singing among our country folk: with songs as sung by both races by George Pullen Jackson (Book) 7 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Author of The Story of the Sacred Harp,White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands, and Another Sheaf of White Spirituals/5. Jackson opened his final book, Another Sheaf of White Spirituals (), with a perceptive comment on the difficulty of showing nuances of style by music notation alone.
He asserted that folksong recordings (actually book transcriptions) "reveal more or less clearly what was sung, but far less clearly how it was sung by the individual singer.".
Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. Gainsville: University of Florida Press, Gainsville: University of Florida Press, Down-East Spirituals and Others. sheaf the arrows contained in a quiver Sheaf (of fire), a military term. (1) Battery sheaf, the mutually coordinated direction of the barrels of several guns (mortars, combat vehicle weapons), placed in one firing position for shooting at a single target.
In preparing a battery for fire, a parallel sheaf is formed, in which the axes of the bores of all. Another Sheaf of White Spirituals. New York: Folklorica Press Inc., 4TO Softcover. ppg. Text is bright and unmarked.
Binding is tight and square. Hinges are secure. Mild shelf wear to covers with a few light creases present. A nice historic collection of old sheet music with lyrics to. George Pullen Jackson (–) was an American educator and was a pioneer in the field of Southern (U.S.) hymnody.
He was responsible for popularizing the term "white spirituals" to describe the "fasola" :Monson, Maine. African American spirituals comprise one of the world's greatest and best-loved bodies of music.
The Oxford Book of Spirituals is the first anthology to present a comprehensive survey of the genre's repertoire -- its principal composers, themes, and forms -- in a way that is at once stylistically authentic, historically meaningful, and intended for practical use both in worship /5(4).
White and Negro Spirituals, Their Lifespan and Kinship, by George Pullen Jackson. A reprint of a page book published in ISBN It was republished by Da Capo Press but is now out of print, but used copies are available from Another Sheaf of White Spirituals, by George Pullen Jackson.
John Garst writes: "A. Raleigh Street CB #; Chapel Hill, NC ; White and Negro spirituals, their life span and kinship, tracing years of untrammeled song making "The tune comparative list. One hundred and sixteen melodies of white people paired with same number of Negro-sung variants": p.
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Music. Jackson, # p."Babylon Is Fallen": "The Shakers enjoyed the song as early as (see their Millenial Praises, Hancock, Mass., p. 50)" (George Pullin Jackson, Another Sheaf of White Spirituals (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, )). God in Music City,was the culmination of the three year project “Music, Religion, and the South,” a research program for the Study of Religion and Culture at Vanderbilt in Music City was devoted to promoting interdisciplinary research and developing teaching and learning experiences to explore how regional identity is shaped by religious and.
My Pullen Family John Henry 7 Pullen (Horace Mann 6, Jonathan 5, James 4, James 3, Nicholas 2, John 1) was born 06 May in Monson, Piscataquis, Maine, and died 07 Jun He married (1) Elvira S.
Mower 03 Jun in Cambridge, Somerset, was born 03 May in Cambridge, Somerset Co., Maine, and died 14 Jun in Monson. Another Sheaf of White Spirituals, University of Florida Press,page # TRAVELING PILGRIM: "I have inserted the raised 6ths, the C#s, following the way they were sung at the convention of the United Sacred Harp Singing Assoc., Atlanta, Sept.
" Down East Spirituals and Others, J.J. Augustin, New York, New York,page. in the "Comprehensive Index" of his last book, Another Sheaf of White Spirituals (). Both American hymnals and tunebooks through the year are listed in Charles Evans's American Bibliography (14 vols.).
Coverage for the period is found in Ralph R. Shaw's and Richard H. Shoe-maker's American Bibliography (22 vols.).2 George Pullen Jackson, White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ).
See also Jackson’s Spiritual Folk-Songs of Early America (New York: J. J. Augustin, ); Down-East Spirituals and Others (New York: J.
J. Augustin, ); and Another Sheaf of White Spirituals.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.