Florida Folksong - The Crow

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Florida Folksong - The Crow

Alternate Title: Crow Dance

Bahamian Americans African Americans vocals with accordion, drums, and trombone Ethnography Music Bahamian songs Singing game songs Key West, Florida Monroe County

A song from the Bahama Islands, said by Dr. Herskovits to have originated in West Africa, where the crow is sacred. The singer is from Andros Island, Bahamas.

Language: English
Duration: 2 Minutes, 17 Seconds
Performer: : Rolle, Theodore (Tea Roll)

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Item ID:
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