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Sing for Freedom - by Candie Carawan (Paperback)

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Number of Pages: 266

Genre: Music

Sub-Genre: General

Format: Paperback

Publisher: NewSouth Books

Age Range: Adult

Author: Candie Carawan

Language: English

TCIN: 77034139
UPC: 9781588381934
Item Number (DPCI): 247-30-6916

Description

"In Sing for Freedom, Guy and Candie Carawan have crafted an invaluable and indispensable guide to the songs that illuminated the soul and spirit of our freedom struggle. This richly illustrated and beautifully written book reveals the inspiring, healing and liberating power of song in social struggle. It is a major contribution to our heritage and it should be read and treasured by freedom- and justice-loving people everywhere." --Coretta Scott King
"More than a songbook, this collection places the important repertoire of the civil rights movement in historical perspective with photographs, interviews and oral histories of activists. Guy and Candie Carawan traveled throughout the South in the early 1960s with tape recorder, guitar, and banjo in hand - taking part, joining in the music, and collecting the songs and experiences of those making history. This book breathes with the spirit of those exciting times." --Harry Belafonte
"If it hadn't been for Guy and Candie Carawan, many of these songs might have been lost to history. How lucky America is that these priceless collections are now in print again. Freedom-loving people around the world and in future centuries will continue to be inspired by these songs, learn from them, and use them in their own struggles for a better world." -Pete Seeger
"Music is powerful; it can bring joy, laughter, sadness, and most importantly, change. Sing for Freedom: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Its Songs is a look at music and its impact on the civil rights movement of the 1960s. Packed with sheet music, lyrics, and information on various major songs and how they pushed progress in history, Sing for Freedom is enhanced with black and white photographs. A fresh perspective on the period, Sing for Freedom is highly recommended for community library black studies and music collections." --The Midwest Book Review
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