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The Choir Of The First Presbyterian Church Of Jackson, Mississippi, William K. Wymond, Connie S. Wadsworth - Be Glad Then America (A Service Of Scripture With Music From The Colonial Era) FLAC album


Performer: The Choir Of The First Presbyterian Church Of Jackson, Mississippi
Genre: Classical music / Folk and World music
Title: Be Glad Then America (A Service Of Scripture With Music From The Colonial Era)
Released: 1984
Style: Choral
FLAC version ZIP size: 1968 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1967 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1753 mb
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A1 The Prelude - “Quintet V” (Second Movement)
Written By – Peter
A2 The Introit - “Hallelujah”
Written By – Flagg
A3 The Hymn - “Not Alone For Mighty Empire”
A4 The Scripture - Psalm 67
A5 The Anthem - “The Lord Our Mighty Sovereign”
Written By – Herbst
A6 The Scripture - Deuteronomy 8:6ff
A7 The Solo - “I Will Make An Everlasting Covenant”
Soprano Vocals [Soprano] – Martha Smith Written By – Peter
A8 The Scripture - Psalm 146
A9 The Anthem - “Be Glad Then America”
Written By – Billings
B1 The Hymn - “America The Beautiful”
B2 The Solo - “I Love To Dwell In Spirit”
Written By – Michael
B3 The Anthem - “Patriot Hymn: 1775”
Written By – Law
B4 The Scripture - Psalm 75
B5 The Anthem - “The Seraphim On High”
Soloist – Annie Harris Kirkham, Beverly Barnes, Chris Whitlock, Lynn StringerWritten By – Geisler
B6 The Scripture - Psalm 96
B7 The Anthem - “It Is A Precious Thing”
Soloist – Ann Ayres, Jeff BurnhamWritten By – Peter
B8 The Scripture - II Chronicles 7:14
B9 The Anthem - “Battle Hymn Of The Republic”
B10 The Hymn - “My Country ’Tis Of Thee”

Credits

  • Choir – The Choir Of The First Presbyterian Church Of Jackson, Mississippi*
  • Directed By [Director] – William K. Wymond*
  • Organ [Organist] – Connie S. Wadsworth*

Notes

Note on sleeve: “‘A Service of Scripture, Prayer and Praise In Celebration of the Birth of Our Beloved Nation, The United States of America’ was held at the First Presbyterian Church on July 1, 1984. The Choir was augmented by instruments playing instrumental parts representative of the Pre-Revolutionary War period of our history.”

Packaging:
Standard plastic clear case.
Insert: 3-panel J-card, 1 spot-color print exterior (dark blue), no print interior.
Cassette: black print on white adhesive label, on Sony HF 60 Type I cassette.