GONE- the Nathaniel Cooper Concert Choir of Memphis, TN



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Easter is not Easter in Memphis, TN until somebody sings this song and pews are flipped! From the community of Binghampton, the Nathaniel Cooper Concert Choir is one of the most historic and legendary traditional Gospel choirs of our time!!! Pastor Cooper has played, written, and sung

I Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray – Abyssinian Baptist Church Choir



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The Cathedral Choir of The Abyssinian Baptist Church in the City of New York ministers “I Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray” (Negro Spiritual) arranged and conducted by James Davis Jr.

September 20, 2015

Reverend Dr. Calvin O. Butts III, Pastor
James Davis Jr., Director of Music Ministries & Fine Arts

Maria Freeman, Soprano

Oh I couldn’t hear nobody pray, I couldn’t hear nobody pray.
Oh way down yonder by myself, and I couldn’t hear nobody pray.

In the valley on my knees, with my burden and my Savior.
Chilly waters in the Jordan, crossing over into Canaan.
Hallelujah! Troubles over, in the kingdom with my Jesus.

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Amazing Grace with Orchestra, Choir and Bagpipes



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My arrangement of Amazing Grace for the choir and orchestra at Stonebriar Community Church. Had some camera issues so sorry for the black outs in two places.
Vocal Solo: Misty Miller
Bag Pipe is Matt Willis

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New Jerusalem Baptist Church Choir 50th Anniversary Reunion Choir Concert “I Can’t Feel at Home “



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The New Jerusalem Full Gospel Baptist Church Choir (Flint, MI) celebrated 50 years on Saturday October 17, 2015 with a reunion choir concert. The Choir (known as the Inspirational Voices) recorded 10 albums and brought many gospel standards to the world. This video is a clip of the reunion choir singing “I Can’t Feel at Home” This song is and old church standard sung by many people form various backgrounds, ethnicities and denominations. The churchy gospel rendition that most know was recorded by the then New Jerusalem Baptist Church Choir circa 1979/1980 and lead by Joann Anderson. The church was led over 40 years by the iconic Bishop Odis A. Floyd. The church is now under the leadership of Pastor Patrick Sanders.

WORLD YOUTH CHOIR 2001 – Easter Anthem



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August 2001
First United Methodist Church of Orlando
Orlando, Florida
WORLD YOUTH CHOIR 2001 CONCERT TOUR

World Youth Choir 2001 – Easter Anthem
Composed by William Billings
Conductor: Anton Armstrong

Video credit: Yoshinori Koba. Thank you for giving your permission to post these WYC 2001 videos.

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Fayetteville’s New Destiny Choir Singing Theme from “Good Times.”



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Choir is practicing for the 2014 comedy show on July 25 & 26, at the historic Temple Theater in Sanford, North Carolina, featuring international comic icon, actor, writer, and entertainer JIMMIE WALKER. Also appearing will be Raleigh’s comic extraordinaire Big “A” Andy Forrester, host Chris Charlson, and co-host Darrell Parker. Co-produced and promoted by CAST Production and Temple Theater.

“Things Go Better With Christ” (1977) D. R. Curry Memorial Choir



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This is track 5 from the 1977 album entitled “Things Go Better With Christ”.
Lead by David Curry Jr, Rachell Curry and Dorcus Curry Thigpen
Written by David R. Curry Jr.

Frank Williams, founder of the group, began singing gospel music in churches as a child, spending his evenings immersed in the sounds and ways of the gospel under the guiding hand of his father, Leon. Frank performed with his brothers in an act known as The Williams Brothers, later joining the Jackson Southernaires. After many years of touring as an artist, Frank had a vision that the great and soulful voices of Mississippi needed to be captured in choir. For nine years this idea grew in his mind until he could contain it no longer. He approached his gospel-writing friend, David R. Curry Jr., with his ambitions and the rest is history! The two sent audition announcements via radio across the state of Mississippi and tapes began pouring in. With great enthusiasm, the people of Mississippi thrust themselves into the mission of this choir, to serve God through song. Redefining the choir experience, each concert is like a rousing church service, with a Reverend at the helm. Skillfully weaving a scriptural message into the soul-stirring, roof-raising gospel sounds of the singers, Reverend Benjamin Cone, the choir’s spiritual advisor, delivers with the authority of one who knows God personally. His presence on stage commands attention, his deep articulate voice bears listening. By the end of the concert, there is no one left who has remained in their seat throughout, no voice unsung, no hands left hanging limply at anyone’s side, and no one who hasn’t felt a mountain move within them by what they have just experienced. The Mississippi Mass Choir moves the masses.