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Colonial Orchestra  - Home Of My Childhood / My Old Kentucky Home download mp3 album
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Colonial Orchestra
Album:
Home Of My Childhood / My Old Kentucky Home
Released:
1910
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1422 mb
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1769 mb
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My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night!" is an anti-slavery ballad written by Stephen Foster, probably composed in 1852. It was published in January 1853 by Firth, Pond, & Co. of New York. Foster was likely inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, with imagery witnessed on his visits to the Bardstown, Kentucky farm called Federal Hill.

My Old Kentucky Home, Bardstown, Kentucky.

My Old Kentucky Home. Artist: Instrumental 101 Orchestra. Album: Musica Para Soñar -101 Strings Vo., 2009. while likely referencing imagery witnessed on his visits to the Bardstown, Kentucky farm called Federal Hill. In Foster's sketchbook, the song was originally entitled "Poor Uncle Tom, Good-Night!", but was altered by Foster as "My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night!". Frederick Douglass, an abolitionist, wrote in his 1855 autobiography My Bondage and My Freedom that the song "awakens sympathies for the slave, in which antislavery principles take root, grow, and flourish.

The song "My Old Kentucky Home, Good-Night!" is one of many examples of the loss of home in Foster's work. Biographers believe that this common theme originated from the loss of Foster's childhood home, known as the "White Cottage", an estate his mother referred to as an Eden, in reference to the Garden of Eden. The family was financially supported largely by the family patriarch William Foster, who owned vast holdings, which were lost through bad business dealings that left the family destitute and unable to keep possession of the White Cottage.

for the old Kentucky home far away. The head must bow and the back will have to bend, Wherever the darkey may go A few more days and the trouble will end, In the field where sugar-canes may grow. A few more days for to tote the weary load, No matter, 'twill never be light. A few more days till we totter on the road, Then my old Kentucky home, good night.

Memories Of The Range. Sons Of The Pioneers. Home in Wyoming (1934). Cigareetes, whisky and Wild Wild Women.

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A Home Of My Childhood
Written By – Ziehrer
B My Old Kentucky Home
Written By – Langey

Notes

A: Waltz