Nan T Herring Pavilion, Daniel Music Building
Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina
Saturday, May 13, 2006
All selections The Sacred Harp (1991), and The Christian Harmony (1873/1994).
First morning session: Christian Harmony
Chairman Frances Carnell called the singing to order, leading
Opening prayer, John Plunkett.
264-Harwell, Frances Carnell
110t-Volunteers, Dan Huger
49-Forever with the Lord
198-Creation, Lee Rogers
284-Rapture, John Plunkett
31b-Time, John Hollingsworth
261t-The Good Shepherd, Jane Spencer
Chair called class into business meeting. It was moved and seconded to open
It was moved and seconded to reelect the same officers (Chair: Frances Carnell; Vice Chair: Dan Huger; Secretary: Lee Rogers; Chaplain: John Plunkett); unanimous.
It was moved and seconded to close meeting: unanimous.
Second morning session: Sacred Harp.
36b-Ninety Fifty, Frances Carnell
51-My Home, Leon Carnell
490-My Shepherd Guides, Henry Zittrouer
565-The Hill of Zion
335-Return Again, Jonathon Smith
542-I'll Seek His Blessing
157-Essay, Lucy Sandidge
563t-Emmaus, Anita Landess
107-Russia, Steve Walker
128-The Promised Land, Bill Burns
117-Babylon is Fallen
362-Norwich, Chris Wilhelm
499b-At Rest, Mary Baumeister
Blessing, John Plunkett
First afternoon session: Christian Harmony
381A-Not Made with Hands, Ken George
328b-Pass Me Not
159t-Saint's Delight, Chris Wilhelm
235-Faithful Soldier, Dot Lane
279-Oliphant, Lucy Sandidge
269t-Restoration, Sarah Jane Thomas
171t-Sessions, Frances Carnell
136-Sherburne, Steve Walker
206b-Supplication, Mary Baumeister
Second afternoon session: Sacred Harp
501-O'Leary, Frances Carnell
228-Marlborough, Lee Rogers
178-Africa, John Plunkett
47t-Primrose (for Bill Hollingsworth, in England, listening by cell phone....he said, Thank you)
547-Granville, Mike Spencer
164-Duane Street, Anita Landess
569b-Sacred Throne, Ken George
148-Jefferson, Jonathan Smith
282-I'm Going Home
254-Rose of Sharon (by request)
232-Baptismal Anthem, Jane Spencer
122-All Is Well
347-Christian's Farewell, Dan Huger
Closing Prayer, John Plunkett
It is still a great room to sing in. The day was bright, but rather cool.
There were about thirty-five singers at one time or the other....
Thank you again to Jean and John Gaston, for being such excellent hosts.
Minutes, thanks to Lee Rogers and Mary Baumeister and Dan Huger.