Holy Fire: The Soul of African-American Sacred Music

From Art and Sacred Space: Spatial Encounters with God

Ruth Naomi Floyd explains the history, meaning, and significance of African-American sacred music and blues.

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    12. Holy Fire: The Soul of African-American Sacred Music

    by Ruth Naomi Floyd

    24:16 — March 3, 2012

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    Ruth Naomi Floyd explains the history, meaning, and significance of African-American sacred music and blues.

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