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Message Board > Old choir and glee clug recordings

I was poking around some old boxes and found the original record (in the jacket and sleeve) of the 'Lenox Mass' from 1963. I made a cassette of it 15 years ago for the Alumni association, and now I will try to convert it a digital CD for anybody who wants it (if its still in good enough condition to make a good copy). I have offered Rev. Cogan the original.
I also have the glee club record from the winter 1962(?) Mt. Herman concert, which I will also copy and offer to other alumni. If anybody knows how to contact Mr. Blanchard I will offer him the original recording.
Please email me with a mailing address if you'd like a gratis copy of either/both.
Best regards,
Bruce Low '64

February 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBruce Low '64

Bruce: I would like copies of both. My address is 41 Grove Avenue, Westerly, RI 02891. Would be happy to pay any charges.
Fritz
my email fceesq@cox.net

September 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterFritz Eckel

Interesting that this just came up... Last weekend my dog club was having a fall luncheon/social thing.. An older member told me that he had an LP of a Lenox School choir recording that he would give to me.. A few days ago he emailed me that what he actually had was the Berkshire Boy Choir.. whuch was a completely different group , not connected with anything in Massachusetts.

September 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Schneiter '68

HeyBruce:

Would love to have a copy to torment John Davies with! Here's my contact info:

William J. Bryan
366 Vermont Route 313W
Arlington, Vermont 05250

email: winkbryan@comcast.net

December 21, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBill "Wink" Bryan

Hi Bruce,
This is John A. Davies, the son of John S. Davies '64.
My father wrote the Lenox Mass and we actually have about a dozen untouched copies of the '63 recording. You would think these came from a proud mother who snapped up as many copies as she could. But no, it's a funny story...
After Lenox, Dad became a professional opera singer and in the 90s was in several productions with the Berkshire Opera Company. For one of these productions, rehersals were held right on the Lenox School Campus! Talk about full circle...
In any event, on one of his off days, Dad was strolling about campus and reminiscing. His wanderings took him into Trinity Episcopal. And what should he find upon entering? In an old box under a sign reading: "Please Help Yourself" were these dozen untouched copies of the composition he'd made 30 years earlier.
So he took the whole bunch. And of course, we have enough of these!
We are very interested though in a copy of the Mt. Herman Concert. Our address is as follows:

John Davies
7913 Ferncliff Drive
Colorado Springs, CO
80920

April 23, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJohn A. Davies

Was in choir and gleeclub 1965-68. Some of the consistently good memories. I spent so much extracurricular time singing-- and on work squad-- that I think Mr. Wood made a decision early on that I wasn't going to get any serious drama parts, lol. Mr. Demone was one of the more inspiring musical teachers I had during my musical education, and I learned a lot about singing in my 10 years of choir and gleeclub growing up. That experience helped me be the vocalist I am today. Yay Lenox. Non Ministrari Sed Ministrare.