Spirituals (also known as Negro spirituals, Spiritual music, or African-American spirituals) is a genre of songs originating in America and created by African Americans. Spirituals were originally an oral tradition that imparted Christian values while also describing the hardships of slavery. Although spirituals were originally unaccompanied monophonic (unison) songs, they are best known today in harmonized choral arrangements
Marian Anderson: все альбомы, включая Christmas Carols, Silent Night, My Lord,What A Morning ; Marian Anderson's Finest Sprituals и другие. My Lord,What A Morning ; Marian Anderson's Finest Sprituals. Les grandes contraltos de la musique classique : Marian Anderson, Vol. 1 (Spirituals). Marian Anderson, Yrjö Kilpinen.
Marian Anderson: Rare and Unpublished Recordings 1936-1952. Marian Anderson in Oratorio and Spiritual Vol. 1. 1996. Marian Anderson (1923-1951). Marian Anderson Sings the Music of Handel, Giordani, Martini, Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, Sibelius and Verdi.
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Songs from Negro Spirituals, Vol. 1 by Marian Anderson. Negro Spirituals, Vol. Marian Anderson. Tracks count: 5. Views: 0. Marian Anderson - Heav'n Heav'n 02:12. Marian Anderson - I Can't Stay Away 02:19. Marian Anderson - Were You There 03:21.
The Greatest Negro Spirituals. Marian Anderson, Franz Rupp, Kosti Vehanen 13-03-2014. Toplam süre:1 h 17 min. 01. Deep River. The Greatest Negro Spirituals. 02. I Don't Feel No-Ways Tired. 03. Dere's No Hidin' Place. 04. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child. 05. Let Us Break Bread Together.
Negro Spirituals 1924-1949. The renowned contralto Marian Anderson, an outstanding woman revered as much for her humanity as for her artistry, shines here in an art form (referred to at the time as the Negro Spiritual), which more than any other, brilliantly gives voice to her soul.