Eighth Annual Furman University Singing
Herring Music Pavilion, Daniel Recital Hall
Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina
Saturday, May 7, 2005
This singing uses The Sacred Harp (1991), and The Christian Harmony (1873/1994).
First morning session: Sacred Harp.
Chairman Frances Carnell called the singing to order, leading
Opening prayer, John Plunkett.
34t-The Gospel Pool, Frances Carnell
31b-Webster, Lee Rogers
475-A Thankful Heart
479-Chester, Dan Huger
492-Invocation (2nd), John Plunkett
474-Mount Desert, Judy Mincey
38t-Winter, David Farmer
567-The Great Day
155-Northfield, Bill Burns
In business session, the previous year's officers were reelected:
Committees were appointed:
Second morning session: Christian Harmony.
245t-Bozrah, Mary Baumeister
Jean Osteen welcomed the singers to Furman.
171t-Sessions, Frances Carnell
204t-Prayer Meeting, Kitty Reusch
339-Samanthra, Diane Eskenasy
159t-The Saints Delight, Caroline Parsons
185b-Corinth, Deborah Jones (with nephew, David Jones)
23b-Evening Hymn, John Hollingsworth
217-Jerusalem, Sara Jane Thomas
267-Louisiana, Jane Spencer
116t-The Finest Flower
Blessing, John Plunkett
First afternoon session, Sacred Harp.
99-Gospel Trumpet, Dan Huger
178-Africa, Victoria Eastland
274t-The Golden Harp, Stephen Eastland
215-New Topia, Frances Carnell
148-Jefferson, Jonathan Smith
85-The Morning Trumpet
51-My Home (1st), Leon Carnell
376-Help Me to Sing, Chris Carnell
86-Poland, John Plunkett
64-Nashville, Mary Baumeister
504-Wood Street, Deborah Jones
107-Russia, Steve Walker
Second afternoon session: Christian Harmony.
361t-The Good Shepherd, Dan Huger
140-Edom, Diane Eskenasy
28t-Mocksville, Kitty Reusch
381C-Twilight is Falling
191b-Oh! Turn, Sinner, Sara Jane Thomas
50-Cranbrook, Judy Mincey
136-Sherburne, Caroline Parsons
248b-Union, Jane Spencer
162t-Heavenly Light (Eden), Lee Rogers
267 (SH)-Parting Friends (1st) , David Farmer
Closing prayer, John Hollingsworth
It is a great room to sing in. The day was bright, but not too hot. 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.