This very popular traditional song is very representative of the period of liberation of slaves and was written before the American Civil War (1861-1865). First published in 1853, "Old Black Joe" refers to the slavery in cotton farms in the South. This song has been arranged and repeated many times in many songbooks since the 1870s. The verses of this song (noted Andante) can of course be sung by a soloist or the sopranos.
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