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Colored Sacred Harp: Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers

Composer(s): James E. Pettie, Bishop J. D. Walker, H. Webster Wood, Oscar G. Griffin, Judge Jackson, Pauline Jackson, Lillie M. Jackson, Thomas Y. Lawrence
Album Title: The Colored Sacred Harp: Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers 
Cat. No.: 80433
Genre: Traditional
 
Description: The Colored Sacred Harp
 
A Songbook by Nineteenth Century African-Americans  
Performed by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers, Ozark, Alabama  
Essay by Barbara L. Hampton  

The Colored Sacred Harp is a collection of shape-note songs composed and arranged by African-American musicians in southeastern Alabama and published in 1934. The songs refer to the history of their communities in Alabama, their socio-religious experiences, and their aesthetic values. 
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