The Power of Black Music: Interpreting Its History from Africa to the United States

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Appendix

Spirituals in Which the Word "Chariot" Appears in the Title 1.
Danville Chariot
Going the Ride Up in the Chariot
Good News the Chariot's Coming
Swing Low, Chariot
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (1)
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (2)
Roll de Ol' Chariot Along
Roll de Ole Chariot Along
Going Home in the Chariot
Gwineter Ride Up in De Chariot Soon-a in de Mornin'
Good Old Chariot

Anthologies Surveyed

Allen, William Francis, Charles Pickard Ware, and Lucy McKim Garrison, eds. 1867. Slave songs of the United States. New York: Simpson.

Armstrong, M. E, and Helen M. Ludlow. [1874] 1971. Hampton and its students. Freeport, N. Y.: Books for Libraries Press.

Dett, R. Nathaniel, ed. 1927. Religious folk-songs of the Negro: As sung at Hampton Institute. Hampton, Va.: Hampton Institute Press.

Hallowell, Emily, comp. and ed. [1907] 1976. Plantation songs. New York: AMS Press.

Johnson, J. Rosamond, ed. and arr. 1937. Rolling along in song. New York: Viking Press.

Johnson, James Weldon, and J. Rosamond Johnson, eds. [1925, 1926] 1981. The books of American Negro spirituals. New York: Viking Press.

Kennedy, R. Emmett, [comp. ]. 1925. Mellows : A chronicle of unknown singers. New York: Boni.

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Although two of the titles listed are identical and two others nearly identical, in each case I have listed both because the texts of each pair are different.

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