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Southern Nazarene University's A Cappella Choir Collection

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The A Cappella Choir at Bethany Peniel College (BPC), Bethany Nazarene College (BNC), now Southern Nazarene University (SNU) was first organized in 1938. The Choir was known for its yearly tours, and rigorous repertoire of a cappella arrangements of sacred and secular music. The Personnel of the choir was chosen by try-outs each fall. For years the Choir was under the baton of Lester L.

Bethany Nazarene College A Cappella Choir Annual Tour 1961-1962

This is a direct-to-disc recording of the Bethany Nazarene College A Cappella Choir Annual Tour from 1962-1963 year. Accompanying the record is a program which details information about the selections on the program, and information about the choir.

Side A:

Bethany Nazarene College A Cappella Choir Annual Tour 1962-1963

This is a direct-to-disc recording of the Bethany Nazarene College A Cappella Choir Annual Tour from 1962-1963 year. Accompanying the record is a program which details information about the selections on the program, and information about the choir.

Side A:

Bethany Peniel College A Cappella Choir 1954 Album

 Bethany Peniel College (BPC) A Cappella Choir recording from 1954.  

The BPC A Cappella Choir recorded these albums under the direction of Lester L. Dunn. 

Bethany Peniel College A Cappella Choir 1953-1954 Albums

Bethany Peniel College (BPC) A Cappella Choir recordings from 1953-1954.  

The BPC A Cappella Choir recorded these albums under the direction of Lester L. Dunn, who serves as soloist on some tracks. 

Disc 1: 

Side A:

  1. Every Time I feel the Spirit
  2. Ride Up in the Chariot
  3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  4. A Shelter in the Time of Storm

Side B:

  1. Unto the Lord
  2. Psalm 150
  3. He Lifted Me
  4. Jubilate

Disc 2:

Side A:

Adelicia Acklen: A Case Study in Modern Womanhood

This web site was created as the class project for the 2016 FLARE (Faculty-Led Academic Research Experience) course "Living History: A Foray into Archival Research and Digital Public History."

Web site:  http://adelicia.omeka.net

WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00007847

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