Songs Of The South - 17 Favorite Negro Spirituals
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This is a very interesting song book titled “Songs Of The South – Words and Music of 17 Favorite Negro Spirituals.” The Commission On Interracial Cooperation, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia published the book. There is no copyright date in the book, however, I am guessing that it is from the 1930’s to 1940’s. The front inside cover has a narrative titled “The Negro Spiritual” by Professor Frederick Hall, Director of Music, Dillard University of New Orleans.
Some of the songs include:
* Nobody Knows The Trouble I See
* I Know The Lord’s Laid His Hands On Me
* Somebody’s Knocking At Your Door
* Standin’ In The Need Of Prayer
* Steal Away
* And more
The song book is in very good condition – inside and out. There is some minor wear to the edges and fractures to the corners of the cover. There are numbers written on the upper right corner of the front cover. The interior pages are extremely clean with no writing or dog-ears. The book has 16 pages.
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