Heritage Music Foundation Easter Music Workshop 2005, Day One
Heritage Music Foundation Easter Music Workshop 2005, Day One. HMF at Greater New Bethel Baptist Church, 601 E. 99th Street, Inglewood, California, February 17, 2005; 7:35 p.m. Opening by Glenn Ford -- Praise and Worship led by Norma Beard "I Know It Was the Blood" -- Scripture reading -- "Calvary" -- "When on the Cross at Calvary" (Oh, Lord Remember Me/Will the Lord Remember Me) -- Welcome and Purpose by Margaret Douroux -- "Remember Me" (Comp. by Margaret Douroux) -- Introduction of Henry Jackson -- Henry Jackson (New Bethel Baptist Church of Venice, CA) "Saved" with Anthony Coleman on e. piano & Rev. Sam on organ -- Introduction of Suzanne Williams (Holy Community Church) -- Suzanne Williams testimony (Williams on piano) "The Precious Lamb of God" (later on piano, Carolyn Kimble-Singleton) -- Margaret Douroux introduces Pastor Larry Edgar Campbell (Park Avenue Baptist Church-Riverside, CA) -- Oh, What a Savior" taught by Marvina "Cookie" Leavey -- Margaret Douroux closing remarks, reprise on "Oh, What a Savior" and closing 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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