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100 1  White, Shane. 
245 14 The sounds of slavery :|bdiscovering African American 
       history through songs, sermons, and speech /|cShane White 
       and Graham White. 
260    Boston :|bBeacon Press,|cc2005. 
300    xxii, 241 p. ; 23 cm +|e1 sound disc (digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-234) and 
       index. 
505 0  The lords of sounds -- "All we knowed was go and come by 
       de bells and horns" -- "To translate everyday experiences 
       into living sound" -- "De music [of the slaves] make dese 
       Cab Calloways of today git to de woods an' hide -- "Sing 
       no hymns of your own composing" -- "He can invent a 
       plausible tale at a moment's warning" -- "Boots or no 
       boots, I gwine shout today!" -- "When we had a black 
       preacher that was heaven" -- Soundtracks of the city: 
       Charleston, New York, and New Orleans -- Soundtracks of 
       the city: Richmond in the 1850s -- Epilogue: The sound of 
       freedom -- Notes -- The sounds of slavery: Recordings of 
       African American field calls, songs, prayers, and sermons.
505 0  CD: "Arwhoolie" holler / Thomas J. Marshall -- Levee 
       holler / Enoch Brown -- Field holler / Roosevelt "Giant" 
       Hudson -- "Oh if your house catches fire" levee camp 
       holler / Willie Henry Washington -- "Roxie" / Convicts, 
       Mississippi -- "New buryin' ground" / John Brown and 
       African American convicts -- "Long hot summer day" / Clyde
       Hill and African American convicts -- "Go preach my 
       gospel" / Deacon Harvey Williams and the New Zion Baptist 
       Church congregation -- "Jesus, My God, I know his name" / 
       Willie Henry Washington, Arthur Bell, Robert Lee Robertson
       and Abraham Powell -- "Go to sleep" / Florida Hampton -- 
       "The buzzard and the cooter" / Demus Green -- "Prayer" / 
       Rev. Henry Ward -- "Run, old Jeremiah" / Joe Washington 
       Brown and Austin Coleman -- "Job, Job" / Mandy Tartt, Sims
       Tartt and Betty Atmore -- "Sometimes I feel like a 
       motherless child" / Cilfford Reed, Johnny Mae Medlock and 
       Julia Griffin -- "Have mercy, Lord" / Mary Tollman and the
       Rev. Henry Ward -- "The unusual task of the gospel 
       preacher" / Rev. Harry Singleton -- "The man of calvary" /
       Sin-Killer Griffin. 
650  0 Slaves|zSouthern States|xSocial life and customs. 
650  0 Slaves|zSouthern States|vSongs and music. 
650  0 Slaves|zSouthern States|xLanguage. 
650  0 Songs|zSouthern States|xHistory. 
650  0 Oral communication|zSouthern States|xHistory. 
650  0 Plantation life|zSouthern States. 
650  0 Slavery|xSocial aspects|zSouthern States|xHistory. 
650  0 African Americans|zSouthern States|xHistory. 
650  0 Aural history|zSouthern States. 
651  0 Southern States|xSocial life and customs. 
700 1  White, Graham J. 
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