The purpose of this paper is to analyze the musical narrative strategies in Toni Morrison``s Beloved. Through the American history, it is natural that Afro-American music－negro spirituals, blues, jazz, etc.－has healed their spirit suffered from the slavery experience in the past. As they sang along or played music together, they tried to give comfort to their exhausted lives. The various techniques in music are often used in a way of narration so that the text shows the interrelative characteristics between music and text. Futhermore, it provides Beloved with the key strategic devices as not only the means of comforting and cheering the slaves but the means of rememorizing the past which Afro-Americans have disfavored to confront about. Facing up to reality is the most meaningful step for Afro-Americans to move forward. Afro-American music has the powerful function that claims Afro-Americans should rememorize and retell the story of the wretched destiny as the ex-slaves. After that, Afro-Americans will completely be released and recovered from the past. For the sake of the perfect freedom, Afro-Americans should continue to sing a song of the past, the present and the future.