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Title Sing for freedom : the story of the Civil Rights Movement through its songs / compiled and edited by Guy and Candie Carawan.

Imprint Bethlehem, Pa. : Sing Out Corp., c1990.

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Talbott: Circulating Collection  M1977 .C47 S56 1990    Available  ---
Description 312 pages of music : illustrations ; 25 cm.
score
Note Principally melodies with chord symbols.
Previously published as 2 separate volumes.
Includes commentary with each song, bibliographical references and discography (page 7), and index.
Contents We shall overcome (originally published: New York : Oak Publications, 1963) : Sit-ins (1960) ; Freedom rides (1961) ; Albany, Georgia (1961-62) ; Voter registration (1962-63) ; Greenwood, Birmingham through the march on Washington (8/63) -- Freedom is a constant struggle (originally published: New York : Oak Publications, 1968) : I got on my travelling shoes ; Freedom is a constant struggle (Mississippi project, Summer 1964) ; I been in the storm so long (The return to Afro-American roots) ; Oh, Wallace, you never can jail us all (Selma, Alabama, 1963-65) ; We got the whole world shakin' (Chicago and the North, 1966-68).
Subject African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States -- Music.
Protest songs -- Southern States.
Gospel music -- Southern States.
Songs, English -- Southern States.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- Songs and music.
Added Author Carawan, Guy.
Carawan, Candie.
Added Title Story of the Civil Rights Movement through its songs
We shall overcome
Freedom is a constant struggle
ISBN 0865711801 (pbk.) : $14.95
0865711798 (hard)