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A Capp lla
The A Cappella chorus highlighted the year with its per- minutes of music. We knew w y we were there, and we did .
formance in February at the Texas Music Educators conven- better job than we ever dreamed we could do."
tion in San Antonio. They heard other quality musical groups at TMEA
"The A Cappella presented an unparalleled performance Choruses from Southern Methodist University, San
in the history of the chorus," said Milton Pullen, director. Houston State University, North Texas State University ant
The chorus received a standing ovation from the most others performed.
prestigious music educators in Texas. The A Cappella chorus, which was established in 1932 bj
The chorus performed songs by musicians such as Dr. ,Leonard Burford, celebrated its 50th anniversary this
Brahms and Schubert. The first selection in the repertoire of year. The chorus performed at a tribute luncheon in Februarj
songs was "Psalm S," written by Dr. M. L. Daniels, professor honoring Burford.
of music. The chorus entertained on High School Day, at a winter
"You must have a reputation for being a good chorus to concert and after Lectureship, and presented a preview of it:
be asked to perform at TMEA," said Sally Wieland, junior TMEA concert on campus. -Rachel Rainwater
speech and hearing therapy major. "Chances are good that
we will be invited back. The performances at TMEA put l
ACU 'on the map' in the opinion of Texas music educators."
"When we got to TMEA we became a team, not just in-
dividuals," said Laura McCully, junior music education ma-
jor. "It was worth the five months of hard work for just 30
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Top left: A Cappella
members Lisa Wilde, Laura
McCulIy and Steve Stovall
applaud alter a concert. Top
right: Tod Towns, junior
general business major from ' T ' Q '
Lubbock, rehearses "Psalms 5 3' My V ' ,
150" during class. Bottom:A E 'F
CaPP9lIa members. 4 -
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FKUNI ROW: Mary Pete, Camilla Crutsinger, Tricia Caudle, Kelly Bonneau, Sylvia Smith, Lynette Blackburn, Katie Harper, Suzette Hackney, Kristi Halfacre, Paige Foster, Faye Armstrong
Jeanette Greenlee, Bonnie Spoonts, Ursula Crutsinger, Melanie Smith, Laura McCully, Debbie Gardner, Milton Pullen, conductor, SECOND ROW:julie Stark, Beth Armstrong, Lisa Trevino, Rutli
Wilson, Kathy Bateman, Lisa Byrd, Carlajones, Kay Patterson, Lisa Carroll, Dana Brown, Talena Mara, Kathy Pettry, Lisa Wilde, Beth Barns,julie Sandefur, Bonnie Howard, Lisa Blanks. THIRD
ROW: Bill Hamilton, Ste S ll D l Th ffD D S l ' ' ' ' '
ve tova , a e omas,-le enny, ave tan ey, Mike Kraft,jim Dalton, Robert Yarbrough, Dave Fletcher, David Lemond, Brennan Holland,jeff Martin, Arms Pape,
Randy Story, Doug Odle. BACK ROW: Cory White, Todd Tudor, Ron McCommas, Steve Stanley, Tod Towns, Keith Caughfield, Tim Archer, Greg Foster, Steve Sargent, David Lawrence,jeff
Glass, Rick Flood, Scott Goodrum, Andy Spell, Paul Hackney, Kevin Baird, Derl Taylor, Doug Bolin.
214 X A Cappella”