Item #: 167331
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Item #: 167333
Item #: 167334
There is no music more beautiful, more compelling, more American than Black Sacred Music. It is the soul of the Black Church and the Black Church is the foundation of the Black Community. This series from Tony Brown's Journal, is the first part in the "Thank God" four-part series that started out as a documentary on the African oral tradition which manifested on these shores largely as America's indigenous music. As the scenes unfolded and research progressed, there was more and more music, presenting a picture of how the African slaves learned to sing the Lord's song in a strange land.
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Length: 120 minutes
Copyright date: ©1985
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