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    • Berea Quarterly, 1905-04 (April)

    • Berea College -- History
    • Along with the regular 'Items and Incidents' entries, this issue includes "Mountain Minstrelsy: Transmission of Old English Ballads; Contemporary Minstrel Composition, Inside View of the White South: Christian Motives Applied to the Negro, and a...
    • Streams Of Mercy

    • African American Music; African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama;
    • Hymn from the Sacred Harp, Cooper Revision, sung by members of the First Baptist Church, Ozark AL at the W. Lawrence Memorial Sing.
    • Pisgah

    • African American Music; African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama;
    • Hymn from the Sacred Harp, Cooper Revision, sung by members of the First Baptist Church, Ozark AL at the W. Lawrence Memorial Sing.
    • Berea Quarterly, 1907-04 (April)

    • Berea College -- History
    • The April 1907 issue contains the following articles: 'My Discoveries in Southern Mountains,' 'An Historical Museum,' 'An Appraisement of Berea,' 'An Unexampled College Crisis,' 'An Autograph for Progress,' 'New Chapel - Product of Student Labor,'...
    • John G. Fee: Founder of Berea College

    • Fee, John Gregg, 1816-1901; Berea College -- History;
    • This small pamphlet was written by A. A. Burleigh, former Union soldier and graduate of Berea, about the life and accomplishments of John G. Fee, the founder of Berea College.
    • Rock of Ages Hide Thou Me

    • Heidrick Four Quartet; Gospel Music—Kentucky; Gospel Musicians—Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WCTT (Radio Station: Corbin, Kentucky); Rock of Ages Hide Thou Me;
    • Songs sung by the Heidrick Four Quartet of Whitley and Knox Counties, Kentucky on radio station WCTT in Corbin, Kentucky [early 1950s] sponsored by Miller-Yancey Furniture in Barbourville, Kentucky.
    • O God Thou Art My God

    • Berea College. Music Department; Berea College--Students; Hovey, Rolf E.; Berea College Chapel Choir; O God Thou Art My God;
    • Performance by the Berea College Chapel Choir recorded August 25, 1967 in Penarth, Wales as part of a Europe / British Isles tour. The choir director at that time was Rolf E. Hovey.
    • Lord Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling Place

    • Berea College. Music Department; Berea College--Students; Hovey, Rolf E.; Berea College Chapel Choir; Lord Thou Hast Been Our Dwelling Place;
    • Performance by the Berea College Chapel Choir recorded August 25, 1967 in Penarth, Wales as part of a Europe / British Isles tour. The choir director at that time was Rolf E. Hovey.
    • Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah

    • Berea College. Music Department; Berea College--Students; Berea College Chapel Choir; Hovey, Rolf E.; Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah;
    • Performance by the Berea College Chapel Choir on the LP disc, "Appalachian Folk Songs and Hymns" published by Berea College. The choir director at that time was Rolf E. Hovey.
    • Thou Who Art All Holy

    • Berea College. Music Department; Berea College--Students; Berea College Chapel Choir; Hovey, Rolf E.; Thou Who Art All Holy;
    • Performance by the Berea College Chapel Choir as part of a concert in 5-3-59. The choir director at that time was Rolf E. Hovey.
    • O God, Thou Art My God

    • Berea College. Music Department; Berea College--Students; Berea College Chapel Choir; Hovey, Rolf E.; O God, Thou Art My God;
    • Performance by the Berea College Chapel Choir for inclusion on the LP disc recording "Let the Peoples Praise Thee" published by Berea College. The choir director at that time was Rolf E. Hovey.
    • Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Duff, Frankie; Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah; Lined-out Hymns--Kentucky;
    • Hymn sung unaccompanied by Frankie Duff of Decoy, Knott County, Kentucky and record by William H. Tallmadge 6-20-68.
    • Berea Quarterly, 1905-10 (October)

    • Berea College -- History
    • This issue includes the following articles: The Transcript of an oration by William Barton honoring Dr. Daniel K. Pearsons entitled 'A Teacher of College Presidents and Millionaires,' as well as 'The Negro's Claim,' ' "My People" - The Kindlier...
    • How Great Thou Art;

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-12; Carl Johnson; Jim Lloyd; How Great Thou Art;
    • Song played by Carl Johnson & Jim Lloyd at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-20-12

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