Category: Classical

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

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  1. Swing Low Sweet Chariot Lyrics: Swing low, sweet chariot / Comin' for to carry me home / Swing low, sweet chariot / Comin' for to carry me home / I looked over Jordan, and what did I see / Comin.
  2. “Swing Low Sweet Chariot” belongs to the largest group, a class of spirituals that use the African “call and response chant form.” Work described it as “interesting as well as distinctive. Its feature is a melodic fragment sung repeatedly by the chorus as an answer to the .
  3. Jun 20,  · The love story between the English people and “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” might, however, stop net. In the full context of the fight against racism after the death of George Floyd in the United States, and at a time when, in the world, the monuments in connection with the form of slavery, which clarified, the English Federation of rugby (RFU) decided to focus on this song, whose origins.
  4. Traditional - Swing Low Sweet Chariot Lyrics. Swing low, sweet chariot, Comin' for to carry me home; Swing low, sweet chariot, Comin' for to carry me home. I looked over Jordan, And what.
  5. Swing low, sweet chariot, Comin' for to carry me home; Swing low, sweet chariot, Comin' for to carry me home. I looked over Jordan, And WHAT did I see, Comin' for to carry me home, A band of angels comin' after me, Comin' for to carry me home. Repeat chorus: If you get there before I do, Comin' for to carry me home, Tell all my friends I'm.
  6. Jun 19,  · Swing Low, Sweet Chariot is thought to have been composed by a slave called Wallace Wallis with his wife Minerva in the mids. There are several theories about its .
  7. Jun 26,  · ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ was first formally published in the s for the Fisk University Jubilee Singers, after being written by Wallace Willis, a Native American slave.
  8. Jun 19,  · Swing low, sweet chariot Coming for to carry me home The song was first formally published in the s for the Fisk University Jubilee Singers after being written by Wallace Willis, a .
  9. “Swing Low Sweet Chariot” is among the most treasured and widely recognized African American spirituals. It was placed in the National Archives by the Library of Congress and identified as one of the “Songs of the Century” by the Recording Industry Association of .

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