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Michael Whalen - Slavery and the Making of America

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Michael Whalen - Slavery and the Making of America

MP3 Album $ 8.98 Add to Cart
WAV Album $ 11.98 Add to Cart
All MP3 Downloads encoded at 320 kbps unless otherwise specified.
Track List
Introduction and Theme to Slavery and the Making of America (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The First Elevent (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The Work Song/Black Women in the Colonies (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Indians and the Slaves (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Tobacco Suite (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
A Hard Life (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The Story of Emmanuel (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
A Small Victory (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Stono Rebellion (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Quack and His Wife (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
From People to Poverty (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Colonel Ti (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
David Smith and the Next Generation (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
A Vision of Black and White (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Sold Down the River/The Plantation (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Harriet'ts Theme (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The Immigrants (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
A Sea of Blood (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Stealing the Planter (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Mother and Son (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Brink of Civil War (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Under a Full Moon/Uncle Abe (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Black Soldiers and the Call to Arms (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Small Comes Home (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
On the Road After the War (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Voices of Change (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The Red Shirts (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Winding the Clock Back (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The South Wins the Peace (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
The Road to Freedom (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
A Blessing (End Titles) (MP3) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
Introduction and Theme to Slavery and the Making of America (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The First Elevent (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The Work Song/Black Women in the Colonies (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Indians and the Slaves (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Tobacco Suite (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
A Hard Life (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The Story of Emmanuel (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
A Small Victory (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Stono Rebellion (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Quack and His Wife (WAV) $ 0.89 Add to Cart
From People to Poverty (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Colonel Ti (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
David Smith and the Next Generation (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
A Vision of Black and White (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Sold Down the River/The Plantation (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Harriet'ts Theme (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The Immigrants (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
A Sea of Blood (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Stealing the Planter (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Mother and Son (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Brink of Civil War (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Under a Full Moon/Uncle Abe (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Black Soldiers and the Call to Arms (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Small Comes Home (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
On the Road After the War (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Voices of Change (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The Red Shirts (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
Winding the Clock Back (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The South Wins the Peace (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
The Road to Freedom (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart
A Blessing (End Titles) (WAV) $ 1.19 Add to Cart

Original Soundtrack from the PBS Series Slavery and the Making of America composed by Michael Whalen

Coming to PBS in February 2005, Thirteen / WNET New York's groundbreaking four-part series Slavery and the Making of America chronicles the institution of American slavery from its origins in 1619 - when English settlers in Virginia purchased 20 Africans from Dutch traders - through the arrival of the first 11 slaves in New Amsterdam, the American Revolution, the Civil War, the adoption of the 13th Amendment and Reconstruction. This CD will encompass the music of the series which was composed, produced and adapted by Emmy Award winning composer Michael Whalen. Also on the soundtrack are two of the world's best known experts on and performers of traditional African music and slave music: Kimati Dinizulu and Bashiri Johnson. Dinizulu has performed slave music all over the world and is a frequent lecturer and clinician at universities and institutions such as the Smithsonian. His work also appears on numerous feature films such as "Amistad", "Beloved" and "Rosewood". Johnson owns a large collection of modern and traditional percussion instruments which he uses in his own recordings and in his performances with such artists as Whitney Houston, Maxwell and Luther Vandross. The soundtrack also features vocals by the noted African singer Fredrick Akuffo. The rest of the CD is filled with lush, melodic and textured music featuring a variety of African and traditional Western orchestra instruments.

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