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Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp by Joe Dan Boyd

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Published by University Alabama Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Biography: general,
  • Christian hymnals,
  • Religion,
  • Folklore & Mythology,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Genres & Styles - Folk & Traditional,
  • USA,
  • General,
  • Social Science / Folklore & Mythology,
  • Ethnic Studies - African American Studies - General,
  • Christianity - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8073571M
ISBN 100817315101
ISBN 109780817315108
OCLC/WorldCa149576824

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Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp (Book and CD) by Joe Dan Boyd (Author)5/5(2). [(Judge Jackson and the Colored Sacred Harp)] [Author: Joe Dan Boyd] published on (March, ) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(2). A selection of songs from the Colored Sacred Harp appears on a CD enclosed with the book. In addition to 25 recordings made or collected by Boyd, the CD features a recording made at a Sacred Harp singing by folklorist John Work in and one made by Jackson and family at a coin-operated recording booth in Dothan in The Colored Sacred Harp book and CD by Joe Dan Boyd with an introduction by John Bealle. This page hardbound book with CD tells the story of Judge Jackson of Ozark, Alabama, who in published a small book of religious songs written by and for African American shape-note singers.

  Around , Jackson determined to compile a book for the benefit of African American singers. A selection of songs from the ""Colored Sacred Harp"" appears on a CD enclosed with the book.3/5(1). Judge Jackson. Judge J. Jackson (Ma , Montgomery County, Alabama - April 7, , Ozark, Alabama) was an American sacred harp composer, songwriter, and educator. His publication The Colored Sacred Harp was later recognized by scholars such as Doris Dyen and New Grove writer Joe Dan Boyd as an important document of early twentieth-century shape note singing ity control: LCCN: n, . The Colored Sacred Harp by Judge Jackson. likes 1 talking about this. Annual sing news & updates. Brief excerpts from autobiography of Judge Jackson. The Colored Sacred Harp Followers: African American singers have long participated in Sacred Harp singings, but their involvement remained largely undocumented until this clear, fabulous-sounding recording of the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers of Ozark, Alabama, was issued in A chief part of the black harp-singing tradition is the Colored Sacred Harp hymnal, composed and arranged by African Americans in Alabama and /5(10).

Introduction --Prologue --Judge Jackson and the Colored sacred harp --Early days --"The morning trumpet" --Broadside hymnody --The Colored sacred harp --Folk authorship --Black borrowers and creators --A wagon load of song books --Work meets Judge Jackson --Byrd's thesis --Did it . Around , Jackson determined to compile a book for the benefit of African American singers. A selection of songs from the Colored Sacred Harp appears on a CD enclosed with the book. In addition to 25 recordings made or collected by Boyd, the CD features a recording made at a Sacred Harp singing by folklorist John Work in and one made by Jackson and family at a coin-operated recording . Judge J. Jackson (Ma , Montgomery County, Alabama - April 7, , Ozark, Alabama) was an American sacred harp composer, songwriter, and educator. His publication The Colored Sacred Harp was later recognized by scholars such as Doris Dyen and New Grove writer Joe Dan Boyd .   (The Colored Sacred Harp, by Judge Jackson of Alabama, a Cooper book singer, was published in It contains shape-note songs composed or arranged by Jackson and other African American singers. It contains shape-note songs composed or arranged by Jackson and other African American singers.