HILE ATTENDING ANDREWS UNIVERSITY SEVERAL YEARS AGO I SANG IN A student chorale. It was an experience I will cherish for the rest of my life.
The group wasn’t an official school ensemble. Our director was not a faculty or staff member, and we didn’t have music majors among our ranks. However, the choir provided a spiritual outlet for students and an opportunity for fellowship. It was a wholesome distraction from the rigors of academic life.
However, some members were unhappy. Even though we had a wide-ranging repertoire, the opportunities to perform were limited. We couldn’t sing for Friday night vespers or Sabbath morning worship services. Those venues ... »
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