All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise - Sing, O Sing: 2nd All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise

All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise - Sing, O Sing: 2nd All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise
All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise - Sing, O Sing: 2nd All Britain Festival Of Male Voice Praise

STYLE: Choral
RATING Not Rated
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 10502-VTI36
LABEL: Word WST9034LP
FORMAT: 12 inch vinyl Album

Reader Comments

Posted by George W Buchan in Dunfermline, Fife , Scotland. @ 11:27 on Nov 2 2018

I sang first bass in the 2nd festival of male voice praise,l have the record still in my collection. What a joyful experience to be among my fellow brothers in Christ, singing praise to our Lord.



Posted by Robert ROWDEN in Dublin IRELAND @ 09:06 on Mar 1 2017

My dad sang in that festival. ..amazing to hear back on you tube...so proud of my dad and his fellow choir members.. unfortunately I don't have the record anymore... I would be so so happy if anybody had the record. ..and I would be absolutely thrilled if someone had the record...I would pay for it...it would be amazing to purchase and own a record my dad sang on...my email is robrowden@gmail.com. ..hopefully someone can fulfil my dream. Thank you so much...Robbie Rowden. .Dublin. .


Reply by CC Wofford in Texas, U.S. @ 20:31 on Jun 30 2018

Are you still looking for the record? I have it.

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Posted by John Dow in Scotland @ 10:58 on Nov 4 2016

Who was the soloist in track 8. I shall know him.


Reply by Philip Pawley in Eastbourne @ 19:22 on Nov 9 2016

The soloist was James McIlroy

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Posted by Barry Evans in North Wales,UK @ 10:15 on Dec 9 2015

Please can you help me....on one of the recordings is a choir singing 'O love that wilt not let me go' and I can't determine who the choir is? I wondered if you would have any info please.Very many thanks



Posted by Peter McCloskey in Sheffield, England @ 01:03 on Oct 6 2013

I also sang at this FMVP along with my Dad and brother



Posted by David Owens in Liverpool @ 20:13 on Mar 5 2013

I sang as a 2nd tenor at this great Festival of Mail Voice Praise at the Royal Albert Hall. At the time I was a member of the Lancashire and Cheshire MVP and our conductor was Bramwell Morris. I still have the recording that was made at that time, but unfortunately I can't play it because I no longer have a record player. I still sing with a MVP choir along with another man that was with me at that time.



Posted by Roy Ingram in California, USA @ 04:02 on Dec 4 2012

My dad has this 2nd "All-Britain" Festival of Male Voice Praise 27th Sept 1969 Album. I would love to help, but I dont know about copyrights.



Posted by jan in ENGLAND @ 22:35 on Jun 25 2012

I would love to own a CD copy of Sing O Sing from 1969. Can anyone shed any lihjt on getting hold of one please?


Reply by Roy in california @ 05:03 on Dec 4 2012

I have the album

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Posted by cliff payne in winchester @ 16:59 on Sep 5 2011

my dad was singing on the record sing o sing
Is there a cd available please



Posted by Grant Townsend in Cumbria @ 21:43 on Apr 24 2009

Hello
You may already know this by now but the Festivals of Male Voice Praise website has most of these recordings in CD in their shop. Great News! Go to http://www.fmvp.org/
Kind regards
Grant



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