Heritage Music Foundation Sacred Christmas Music Workshop 2004, Day Three
Heritage Music Foundation Sacred Christmas Music Workshop 2004, Day Three. HMF at Greater New Bethel Baptist Church, 601 E. 99th Street, Los Angeles, California, December 3, 2004; 7:30 p.m. Norma Beard Introduction and Devotional -- "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" "Go Tell It on the Mountain" (Soloist Dwayne Roberts and Suzanne Williams comments) -- "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" -- "Joy to the World" -- Comments by Norma Beard -- Announcements by April Parker -- Margaret Douroux welcome -- "The Angels Sing" explanation and singing (with various soloists) -- "Rejoice" (The Bethlehem Song) -- "Halleluah" -- Marvina "Cooky" Levy teaches "12 Days of Christmas-Revisited" -- Marvina Levy's group of 2 female and 2 male vocalists "Christmas Medley" -- Margaret Douroux comments and introduction -- Stan Lee reviews "Angels We Have Heard on High" (Gloria In Excelsis Deo) with Donald Webber on piano, Rev. Sam on keyboard adn Jordan Parker on drums -- "He's Perfect" reviewed by Donald Webber with Lisa Webb, soloist Marvinia Levy, Stan Lee, Donald Webber, Lisa Webb -- Margaret Douroux comments -- Suzanne Williams "Emmanuel" (Wonderful Counselor). Dwayne Roberts (also on piano) "Jesus Is His Name" -- Margaret Douroux remarks and closing -- "Jesus, Oh What a Wonderful Child," Calendar announcements, and prayer. Part of Gospel Archiving in Los Angeles (GALA), a yearlong partnership between the Heritage Music Foundation (HMF) and the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive, funded by a UCLA in LA Community Partnership grant, 2004-2005. Professor Jacqueline DjeDje, Principal Investigator; Birgitta J. Johnson, Fieldwork Project Manager.
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