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Analy A Capella Choir, 1961
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Analy High School Choir
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Sonoma County Library
Musical Sonoma
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A program of choral pieces performed by the Analy Choir of Analy High School in Sebastopol, California, ranging from the 17th through 20th centuries, including popular classics, spirituals and the Analy Hymn. Most pieces directed by Louis J. Lewis, with student guest conductors Fred Hogg, Alice Whitehead and Gary Foster; solos by Gary Foster and Alice Whitehead; all piano accompaniments by Alice Whitehead.
record albums
Choral music

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