9_27_defining_music

It was then used by african used to describe

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Unformatted text preview: same. remains exactly the same. "We Shall Overcome" was originally a song written by the Pilgrims "We Shall Overcome" was originally a song written by the Pilgrims used to describe religious persecution. It was then used by African used to describe religious persecution. It was then used by African Americans during the civil rights movement to describe racial Americans during the civil rights movement to describe racial discrimination. discrimination. "Ode To Joy", made famous by its use in Beethoven's 9th Symphony, "Ode To Joy", made famous by its use in Beethoven's 9th Symphony, was originally written as a humanist ode to unity and peace, was used was originally written as a humanist ode to unity and peace, was used as propaganda in Nazi Germany as a song of German brotherhood, as propaganda in Nazi Germany as a song of German brotherhood, while at the same time used as an anti-Nazi piece when broadcasted by while at the same time used as an anti-Nazi piece when broadcasted by tthe BBC, was adopted as the European Anthem and has been used in he BBC, was adopted as the European...
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