By Florin Diacu
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But dat ain't all. Alter dey wored dey self out wid compersation, I see Bur Rabbit take he fiddle an' put it under he chin an' start to playin'. 46 The intensity of the dancing in the circle, to the music of Brer Rabbit and Brer Mockingbird, was great, as indicated by the pace of the music and the perspiration of the performers, though snow covered the ground. From internal evidence alone—and a large body of external data also suggest as much—we know the dancers fairly whirled in counterclockwise movement.
An' dere was wood rats an' squirels cuttin' capers wid dey fancy self, and difTent kind er birds an' owl. " Within that setting, several forms of music were heard: INTRODUCTION: SLAVERY AND THE CIRCLE OF CULTURE 19 Well, I watch an' I see Br'er Rabbit take he fiddle from under he arm an' start to fiddlin' some more, and he were doin' some fiddlin' out dere in dat snow. An' Br'er Mockin' Bird jine him an' whistle a chune dat would er made de angels weep. . 41 Probably a spiritual, the song whistled by Brer Mockingbird is made sadder as Brer Rabbit accompanies him on the violin, the ultimate instrument for the conveying of pathos.
Yes sir, there was no pretendin' in those prayer-meetin's. There was a livin' faith in a jus' God who would one day answer the cries of his poor black chillen an' deliver them from they enemies. 77 At laying-by time on some plantations, revival meetings were held over several nights in the heat of summer. With "sisters and brothers" clapping their hands and singing and mourners coming to their bench, the slaves sang songs created within the ancestral circle of dancers: Sister (or brother), you better get ready; You got to die, you got to die.
A century-long loop by Florin Diacu