Fred Gaertner | Spirit of Freedom

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Spirit of Freedom

by Fred Gaertner

This is an orchestral arrangement of negro slave songs composed and recorded on an electronic MIDI system. Lyrics have been provided. They describe the slaves' desire for freedom as they dance and sing about it.
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1. Pick a Pack o' Cotton (field song)
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4:19 album only
2. Little Preacher Henry (inspirational song)
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4:57 album only
3. Into the Field (slow march)
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2:49 album only
4. Brother Jebba (funeral song)
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5:23 album only
5. Hilo! Hilee! (Christmas song)
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3:04 album only
6. Go to Sleep Little Baby (duet and lullaby)
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2:09 album only
7. Pattin' Juba (rhythm song and "ring shout")
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2:29 album only
8. Dance Finale (dance and song)
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2:51 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fred and Marie Gaertner are a husband-wife team of composers and music dramatists. Fred also writes the novels upon which their music dramas are based. Their goals are to inspire, entertain, inform and uplift. The subplot of Fred's first novel, Six Days Till Sunday published by Xlibris, tells the story of negroes enslaved in America's Southland of 1855. The songs, taken from this subplot, describe some of the activities that the slaves experienced to help them endure their crual life of bondage. Throughout these songs was a profound hope that some day all negroes would be liberated , as they sang their way to freedom.


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