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Side A: Concert Choir, California Music Educators' Association State Convention April 9, 1968 - Los Angeles, CA: 1. "Ascendit Deus" (Jacobus Gallus) 2. "Music the Comforter" (Anton Bruckner) 3. "Der Abend" (Johannes Brahms) 4. "The Trysting Place" (Johannes Brahms) 5. "O Gracious God" (Harold Owen) 6. "Happy Is the man" (Jean Berger) 7. "Festival Anthem" (Rodger Vaughn) 8. "Walking on the Green Grass" (Michael Hennagin) 9. "Lobster Quadrille" (Irving Fine) 10. "Lullaby of the Duchess" (Irving Fine) 11. "Father William" (Irving Fine); Side B: Chamber Singers, Amercian Choral Directors' Association Biennial Convention, Music Educators National Conference March 14, 1968 - Seattle, Washington: 1. "Hard by a Fountain" (Hubert Waelrant) 2. "I Thought that Love Had Been a Boy" (Francis Pilkington) 3. "O Occhi, Manza Mia" (Orlando di Lasso) 4. "O Bone Jesu" (Loyset Compere) 5. "Lo How a Rose" (Hugo Distler) 6. "Let All the World Now Hail Our Lord" (Dale Warland) 7. "Follow Your Saint" (Hugh Mullins) 8. "Fancie" (Benjamin Britten) 9. "To All, To Each" (William Schuman) 10. "Lonely Woodpecker" (Jean Berger) 11. "Three Folk Songs" (Leroy W. Southers, Jr.) Director: Robert G. Hasty; Piano: Edna Schach Jones
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