Hymns Revived, a selection of old time gospel hymns arranged and/or written and orchestrated by composer Philip T. Wade, Music Director at Cypress Baptist Church, was presented Sunday evening April 22, 2012 at Cypress Baptist Church by The Shreveport Symphony Orchestra and the combined choirs and soloists of Cypress Baptist Church and First Baptist Church of Bossier City.
Having been born into a musical family I cut my teeth listening to old time gospel music, symphonic music on the radio (there was no TV then) and the latest in the Your Hit Parade favorites with The Andrews Sisters, The McGuire Sisters, The Ames Brothers. I have fond and loving memories of the many churches in which I sang both here and in the Dallas/Ft Worth area with my two sisters (and occasionally my brother as he grew older) as the Whipple Sisters with my mom at the piano as we belted out songs like Give Me That Old Time Religion and Amazing Grace in churches or revival tents filled with folks who clapped and sang along with us.
I congratulate all those involved in this presentation today with my special thanks to Mr. Philip Wade for his inspired orchestrations.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Saturday, April 7, 2012
Trumpets - Ty Hood and David DensmoreTimpani - Chandler Teague
Horn - Susan Rogers
Trombone - Stephen Thompson
Bass Trombone - Dr. Mark Thompson
Organist and Choirmaster Don Smith
St Marks Episcopal Cathedral
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
FUMC Marshall with guest soloists, soprano Kathleen Thomas, tenor Barry Craft, baritone Eric Thomas and orchestra and choir directed by Music Minister Mark Crim presented The Dubois "Seven Last Words of Christ" in the sanctuary of the church April 4, 2012 @ 6:30 PM
The FUMC Marshall choir and orchestra, Mark Crim, Music Minister
- Congratulations to all - a lovely and inspiring program for the Easter Season -
Music Minister Mark Crim
Janel Hector - harp and Claudia Sullivan - 'cello
violins Ye Teo, Lydia Davis and Concertmaster Chris Reed
The Reverend Rodger Garbs pianist Luanne Neely
|violist Zack Grant|
flutist Sally Horak and oboist Shane Wedel Peter Haas - bass
|violist Sherry Paetznick|
|Eric Thomas, baritone and Barry Craft, tenor|
|soprano, Kathleen Den Bleyker - Thomas|