Heritage Music Foundation Legacy of Gospel Music Festival 2005, Gospel Music Oratorical Contest and Scholarship Award Program (Oratorical Contest & Youth Night)
Heritage Music Foundation Legacy of Gospel Music Festival 2005, Gospel Music Oratorical Contest and Scholarship Award Program (Oratorical Contest & Youth Night). HMF at Greater New Bethel Baptist Church, 601 E. 99th Street, Inglewood, California, March 7, 2005; 7:35 p.m. Remarks by Norma Beard and Praise and Worship led by Sean Childs, Jordan Parker (song leader), Diane Profit, Shalice Walker, India Williams, Margaret Pleasant Douroux, Dontae Winslow, Robert Sam, "Blessed be the name," Scripture - Psalm 100, Prayer: Shalice Walker -- "I love you Lord" -- "I just can't thank you" -- Remarks: April Parker and Margaret Pleasant Douroux -- "God gave me a song" (I Got this Song)-Song leader: Margaret Pleasant Douroux, small vocal group accompaniment: April Parker, Steve Webb, Robin Williams Piano (electric): Carolyn Kimble-Singleton, Piano (acoustic): Dontae Winslow, Organ: Robert Sam, Drums: Jordan Parker -- Remarks: Margaret Pleasant Douroux -- Alto sax solo: Alma Jean Douroux accompanied by sound track "Take Me Back," Remarks: April Parker Introduction of oratorical contestants Oratorical Contestants (in order of presentation): Courtney Washington, Jade Pittman, Youth choir members Joshua Hicks, Jonathan Brooks O'Neil -- Announcements by April Parker -- Lillian Green -- Myishia Harper -- Announcements April and Margaret Douroux -- Invitation/Offering "How Excellent Is Thy Name" -- Dontae Winslow "Total Praise," led by Dr. Douroux -- Greater New Bethel Praise dancers "Alabaster Box" -- Contest winners announced by April Parker -- Awarding of Margaret Douroux Scholarship by Dr. Douroux -- Closing remarks by Dr. Douroux and April Parker -- "Always Remember Jesus" (Carolyn Kimble-Singleton, piano and Robert Sam, organ) and Benediction by Rev. Antoine Garrett, 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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