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Evelyn/Lowell/Marcia - Furman University, Greenville, SC - October 31, 1985 [Full Set]

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Published on Oct 28, 2018

Evelyn, Lowell, and Marcia
Furman University
Daniel Recital Hall (or McAlister Auditorium)
Greenville, South Carolina
October 31, 1985

Mary Evelyn Gooddy McCrary: Cello
Lowell Wallace McCrary: Vocals and Narration
Marcia Parrish Flow: Piano

This appears to be a one-off performace recorded for the descendants of Mary Evelyn Gooddy McCrary and Lowell Wallace McCrary. It is unknown what venue this was at Furman, but it may have been McAlister Auditorium. The purpose of this recording is that before this recording, there were no known official recordings of Mary Evelyn Gooddy McCrary playing cello or Lowell Wallace McCrary sinigng or using his broadcasting voice as he did as a radio announcer in southern Louisiana in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The photo use din this video is from December 1981.

01.) "Opening Remarks" by Lowell Wallace McCrary @0:00
02.) "Cantilena" - originally composed by Georg Goltermann @2:44
03.) "Arioso" - originally composed by Johann Sebastian Bach @5:40
04.) "Ave Maria" - originally composed by Franz Schubert @8:19
05.) "Scherzo" - originally composed by Carl Webster @13:07
06.) "Bourree" - originally composed by Johann Sebastian Bach @15:10
07.) "Arioso" - originally composed by Arnold Trowell @20:24
08.) "Abou Ben Adhem" - poem originally written by James Henry Leigh Hunt @23:34
09.) "If" - poem originally written by Rudyard Kipling @24:50
10.) "Panis Angelicus" - originally composed by César Franck @27:08
11.) "La Foi" - originally composed by Georg Goltermann @30:45
12.) "Allego" - originally composed by George Frideric Handel @34:24
13.) "Somewhere, My Love" - originally composed by Maurice Jarre @37:04
14.) "The Fool's Prayer" - poem originally written by Edward Rowland Sill @39:30
15.) "Le Cygne" - originally composed by Camille Saint-Saëns, Camille @41:36

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