W14 Music 160 Week 2 Lesson 2

Howdidthespiritualbecomeadoptedfor

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Unformatted text preview: ,
 ‘Hind
your
back,
scandalize
your
name,
 Jest
the
same
you
have
to
bear
the
blame.
 Chorus:
 O
Lord,
trouble
so
hard.
(2)
 Yes,
indeed,
trouble
so
hard.
(2)
 Don’t
nobody
know
my
troubles
but
God.
(2)
 O
Lord,
trouble
so
hard.
(2)
 Verse
2
 Wait
and
let
me
tell
you
what
your
brother
will
 do:
 ‘Fo’
your
face,
have
a
love
for
you,
 ‘Hind
your
back,
scandalize
your
name,
 Jest
the
same
you
have
to
bear
the
blame.
 Chorus
(first
part)
 O
Lord,
trouble
so
hard.
(2)
 Yes,
indeed,
trouble
so
hard.
(2)
 Arranged
spiritual
or
 
 concert
spiritual 
 •  “The
post‐Civil
War
form
of
spirituals,
which
 evolved
in
schools
created
to
educate
 emancipated
slaves”
(Burnim
2006:
63)
 •  Emerges
in
the
1870s

 The
Fisk
Jubilee
Singers

 •  Established
in
1871
 •  Fisk
College
(now
University)
in
Tennessee
 •  Go
on
tour
to
raise
money
for
the
college
 An
example
of
a
concert
spiritual 
 •  “Wade
in
the
Water”
 •  Ques?ons:
 –  How
are
concert
spirituals
different
from
folk
 spirituals?
 –  How
did
the
spiritual
become
adopted
for
 audiences
who
were
more
comfortable
with
the
 aesthe?cs
of
European
art
music?
 “Wade
in
the
Water” 
 (E‐reserves
Unit
3) 
 •  Listen
for
approaches
associated
with
 European
art
music:
 –  Homogeneous
sound
ideal
–
voices
blend
 –  Timbres
used,
too,
are
what
are
preferred
in
 European
art
music
 –  Pronuncia?on
of
text
 Also… 
 •  Types
of
harmonies
and
harmonic
progressions
that...
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