The University of Texas at Austin
Negro Church Service: 4 of 4 parts [Pleasant Hill Baptist Church]; Negro Religious Songs
Identifier: e_utfc_0070
Title: Negro Church Service: 4 of 4 parts [Pleasant Hill Baptist Church]; Negro Religious Songs
Description: The first 11 minutes of this recording represents the conclusion of the July 13, 1941 service at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. At the 11:18 mark, the recording abruptly switches to a collection of religious songs recorded July 15, 1941. The first song, "I'm Willing, Lord, To Run All the Way," is sung by Vernon Manor, and accompanied on piano by Vic Medaris. The remaining four songs are performed by the Junior Paramount Singers quintent, without accompaniment.
City: Austin
State: Texas
Country: United States
Date: 1941/07/13 (service); 1941/07/15 (songs)
Creator: Laws, M.L. (pastor); Willard, Dr. (speaker); Manor, Vernon (singer); Medearis, Vic (pianist); Junior
Contributor: Faulk, John Henry, Jr. (field recorder)
Source: UT Folklore Center Archives
Publisher: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Box: 2X5a
Format: Audiotape (open reel)
Size: 7 in.
Duration: 32 minutes, 27 seconds
Related items: e_utfc_0068, e_utfc_0069