In Memoriam: Faure’ Requiem and Music of Hope for the Soul



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Arkansas Northeastern College Division of Arts & Sciences present “In Memoriam: Faure’ Requiem and Music of Hope for the Soul.”

This choral concert took place on November 3, 2016 at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

Dr. Keith Hearnsberger, Conductor
Dennis Hay, Organist

Featuring:
Arkansas Northeastern College Chamber Ensemble
Arkansas Northeastern College Choral Ensembles

Nearer, Still Nearer – A Cappella Singing



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This congregational a cappella singing was from the 2009 4th of July Gospel Meeting in Springfield, Missouri.

Why does the Church of Christ not use mechanical instruments in worship? Ephesians 5:19, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord

You Are Mine – Lloyd Kauffman



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“You Are Mine” arr. by Lloyd Kauffman. Sung by Oasis Chorale at Eastminster Presbyterian Church in Wichita, Kansas on July 15, 2018.

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YOU ARE MINE
Text: David Haas
Music: David Haas
Arranged by Lloyd Kauffman

I will come to you in the silence,
I will lift you from all your fears,
You will hear My voice,
I claim you as My choice,
Be still and know I am here.

I am hope for all who are hopeless,
I am eyes for all who long to see.
In the shadows of the night,
I will be your light;
Come and rest in Me.

Do not be afraid, I am with you.
I have called you each by name.
Come and follow Me,
I will bring you home,
I love you and you are Mine.

I am strength for all the despairing,
Healing for the ones who dwell in shame.
All the blind will see,
The lame will all run free,
And all will know My name.

I am the Word that leads all to freedom,
I am the peace the world cannot give,
I will call your name,
Embracing all your pain;
Stand up, now, walk, and live!

He’s Able by Union Chapel Mass Choir – Huntsville, AL.



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He’s Able by Union Chapel Mass Choir

Union Chapel Missionary Baptist Church
315 Winchester Road
Huntsville, AL 35811
Pastor Wendell Davis
256.852.1150
256.851.6949 fax

Morning Meditation and Prayer with Dr. O. Wendell Davis
Monday – Friday 6:30 am CST
Phone: 1-218-486-1346
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EFKAS Feagaiga Fou Anchorage, AK “O O le Tupu Moni”



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Aufaipese EFKAS Feagaiga Fou i Anchorage, Alaska. Rev. Niutunu & Faaulu Faiupu. CD recorded in 2009.

Because He Lives (Amen) | West Coast Choir



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John and Allison Eddy, Sarah Ray, Josh Gilchrist, Caitlyn Bane, and the Santa Barbara Film Commission.
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VIDEO CREDITS
Directed and Produced by Jason Strull and Fred Kearney
Edited by Jason Strull
Audio Engineering by Tim Jaquette
West Coast Choir Director/ West Coast Baptist College Music Program Chairman: John Tyler

PRODUCTION CREW:
Fred Kearney
Jason Strull
Joe Rasmussen

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Verse 1
I believe in the Son
I believe in the Risen One
I believe I overcome
By the power of His blood
Chorus
Amen amen
I’m alive I’m alive because He lives
Amen amen
Let my song join the one that never ends
(Because He lives)
Verse 2
I was dead in the grave
I was covered in sin and shame
I heard mercy call my name
He rolled the stone away
Bridge
Because He lives I can face tomorrow
Because He lives ev’ry fear is gone
I know He holds my life
My future in His hand
Ending
Because He lives

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What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach? (recording footage)



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This piece is available for purchase in high fidelity on the Simon Carrington Chamber Singers’ album “Go Song of Mine”:

Melissa Dunphy’s new composition “What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach?” was selected as the winning work for the 2010 Simon Carrington Chamber Singers Composition Competition. The Philadelphia-based composer’s choral work sets excerpts of public testimony given by a WWII veteran before the Maine Senate in a hearing to discuss the Marriage Equality Bill.

“What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach?” was performed on May 29, 2010, at Grace and Holy Trinity in Kansas City, MO and First Presbyterian Church in Lawrence, KS. This video is taken from initial footage of the recording session on May 30, 2010, at Blessed Sacrament Church in Kansas City, KS.

The piece was selected from a pool of over 100 submissions, from over 70 composers, hailing from 10 different countries. In choosing the work from a narrowed-down, committee-selected pool of nine finalists, music director and conductor Simon Carrington gave his reasoning behind selecting Dunphy’s work as the winner. “There were plenty of excellent pieces in the sweet-sounding modern idiom which SCCS would make very beautiful, but the strongest (and most individual) piece was Melissa Dunphy’s What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach? — a bold and highly effective setting of a thought-provoking text.”

PHILLIP SPOONER’S TESTIMONY (excerpted) and TEXT FOR WHAT DO YOU THINK I FOUGHT FOR AT OMAHA BEACH?

Good morning, committee. My name is Phillip Spooner and I live at 5 Graham Street in Biddeford. I am 86 years old and a lifetime Republican and an active VFW chaplain … I was born on a potato farm north of Caribou and Perham, where I was raised to believe that all men are created equal, and I’ve never forgotten that.

I served in the U.S. Army, 1942-1945 … I worked with every outfit over there, including Patton’s Third Army. I saw action in all five major battles in Europe… I was in the liberation of Paris.

(I have seen much, so much blood and guts, so much suffering, much sacrifice.)

I am here today because of a conversation I had last June when I was voting. A woman … asked me, “Do you believe in equality for gay and lesbian people?” I was pretty surprised to be asked a question like that. It made no sense to me. Finally I asked her, “What do you think I fought for at Omaha Beach?”

For freedom and equality. These are the values that make America a great nation, one worth dying for.

My wife and I did not raise four sons with the idea that our gay son would be left out. We raised them all to be hard-working, proud, and loyal Americans and they all did good.

A YouTube clip of Spooner’s testimony can be found at

Simmons Street CoC Choral Group – Harvest Time



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Group Singing at Simmons St. Church of Christ in Denton, TX (Homecoming Celebration-Sunday September 27, 2015)

Church of the Holy Cross Shreveport, Louisiana USA



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Church of the Holy Cross Shreveport, Louisiana USA

Choral Worship at Redeemer Church Jackson “All In His Hands”



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Sunday morning service at Redeemer Church Jackson, MS.

Simmons Street CoC Choral Group – The Storm is Passing Over



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Group Singing at Simmons St. Church of Christ in Denton, TX (Homecoming Celebration-Sunday September 27, 2015)

Day 7 – Gospel Medly performed at the New Olivet Baptist Church in Memphis, TN



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Gospel Medly performed by the New Olivet Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir.

This music performance was staged exclusively for the Pickin’ Up Tennessee project, a multi-media litter awareness campaign produced by Scenic Tennessee.

To find out more about this project and to see more videos, please check out www.pickinupTN.org.

“Thine is the Glory” First Plymouth Church



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The final hymn sung at the Easter, 2013, services at First Plymouth Church, Lincoln, Nebraska, March 31.

“Thine is the Glory”, Text by Edmund Budry; Music by George Frederic Handel. Arrangement by Robert Hobby.
Orchestration by Jeremy Bankson

Thine is the glory, Risen, conqu’ring Son;
Endless is the vict’ry, Thou o’er death hast won!

Angels in bright raiment Rolled the stone away, kept the folded grave clothes where Thy Body lay. Thine is the glory, Risen, conqu’ring Son;
Endless is the vict’ry, Thou o’er death hast won!

Lo, Jesus meets thee, Risen from the tomb!
Lovingly He greets thee, scatters fear and gloom;
Let His church with gladness, hymns of triumph sing,
for the Lord now liveth; death hath lost its sting!
Thine is the glory, Risen, conqu’ring Son;
Endless is the vict’ry, Thou o’er death hast won!

No more we doubt Thee, Glorious Prince of life;
Life is naught without Thee, aid us in our strife;
Make us more than conquy’ers, through thy deathless love;
bring us safe through Jordan to thy home above.
Thine is the glory, Risen, conqu’ring Son;
Endless is the vict’ry, Thou o’er death hast won!