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LaRouche Jubilee Singers

Midwest LYM Sings At Spirituals Concert

February 12, 2005
Lansing, Michigan

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The LaRouche Jubilee Singers, members of the Schiller Institute and the LaRouche Youth Movement, are continuing the American tradition of using the power of ideas and beauty, which, in the hands of the "forgotten man," is the most potent force against oligarchic tyranny. We are young leaders, without whom the Democrats and true Republicans might never have remembered FDR, or come to know Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.

Our heritage carries strong weight and gives us more responsibility: "Honorary Youth Movement" members, Amelia Boynton Robinson, the 93 year old Schiller Institute Vice President and heroine of the Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama, and our teachers, the recently deceased Dr. William Warfield and Ms. Sylvia Olden Lee, show us a tenacity for which classical culture must be fought.

Over the years there has been a huge fight to prevent classical culture from being developed in America, although we have seen it flower during brief moments in our history, and each time it has been around the development of the Negro Spiritual. Lyndon LaRouche forecast the tragic end of the USA, if we were NOT to take these most American roots of our nations, and once again make these the foundation of government. With that challenge, we stand before you, as the future leaders of the USA and the world, practicing the essential tools of statecraft: Truth and Beauty.


PROGRAM:

His Name So Sweet (arr. Hall Johnson )................................................................Chorus

Duet (arr. Fisk Jubilee Singers)................................Steve Jeffrey, tenor; Merv Fansler,bar.

Don't Feel No Ways Tired (arr. Hall Johnson) .............Kenny Stallings, tenor, and Chorus

Weepin' Mary...................................................................................Lewis Whilden, tenor

My Lord, What A Morning.........................................................Maria Channon, soprano

When I Was Sinkin' Down (arr. Hall Johnson.........................................................Chorus

Oh Freedom (arr. Hall Johnson).............................................................................Chorus

March On (arr. Fisk Jubilee Singers)......................................................................Chorus

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