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LP, 1958






Side One:
Bacheller Memorial Chimes - Bert Bishop, Carilloneur

Hymn to St. Lawrence - Grace Atwater Soule (1899)

The Laurentian Singers - Prof. J. Richard Gilbert, Director

A Tribute
The Chapel Bells
Alma Mater
Live A-Humble
Salvation is Created
O Magnum Mysterium
The Last Words of David

Side Two:
The Saints - James Funiciello, Director


Aj Lucka Lucka Siooka

Over the Rainbow

In My Arms

The Sinners - Judy Burford, Director

A Good Man is Hard to Find
Beyond the Sea
No Can Do
Basin Street Blues

The University Band - Prof. Richard J. Lanche, Director

Our Director
SLU March Medley
The Scarlet and the Brown
St. Lawrence Ram
Go You Larries

1958 (Though no date is listed on the disc or package, The Scarlet and the Brown: A History of St. Lawrence University, 1856 - 1981 by Edward J. Blankman and Thurlow O. Cannon (edited by Neal S. Burdick) refers to this as being released in 1958.)

Production Information
Released on a 12” 33 1/3 LP only (32M-38441-1/32M-38442-1)
Produced and published by Recorded Publications Co.
Custom processed and pressed by RCA Victor

Director: J. Funicello; no other personnel listed, but there is a photo of the group.

Other Comments
This LP features several other SLU music groups including the Laurentian Singers, Sinners and University Band and was produced as a promotional tool for the University. It is unclear whether the exclamation point is part of the title as while it appears in the title on the LP labels, it does not appear in the title on the front of the LP jacket.

--comments by Mark Tavern '94