Released In The 60's. label credits side 2 to "Selah Jubilee Quartet et The Dixiarires" (sic). It does not seem, however, that the Selah Jubilee Singers appear on any of the Dixieaires tracks. Matrix numbers differ on label and in run-out area.4/5(3).
The second half focuses on Fisk University's Jubilee Singers. Although they began by performing popular and classical pieces, they soon began to sing nothing but the well-received spirituals that brought them fame, assured Fisk University's financial future, and preserved such songs as "Steal Away," "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore," and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" for future generations.5/5(1).
The publication of collections of spirituals in the s started to arouse a broader interested in spirituals. In the s, the creation of the Jubilee Singers, a chorus consisting of former slaves from Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, sparked an international interest in the musical form.
release. Includes guest appearances from CeCe Winans, Keb' Mo, Lee Ann Womack, The Fairfield Four, Ruby Amanfu, Rod McGaha, Jimmy Hall, Rodney Atkins and others. The Fisk Jubilee Singers are an American a cappella ensemble that performs Negro spirituals originally sung by slaves prior to the Civil War. The first group of Singers arranged the music and took it on the road beginning /5(32).
· Here are twelve spirituals performed by the Jubilee Singers under the direction of Mrs. James A Myers. The quartet includes Harold Johnson and Elmer Dickey.
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