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  LDS Stake To Host 'Messiah' Sing-In
The Camarillo, California Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is sponsoring a community, family sing-along of Handel's "Messiah" on December, 10. Admission is free and the public is encouraged to attend and participate. Participants must obtain their own music scores and have them reviewed by conductor Marcene Jardine for admission to the chorus. "Families are encouraged to bring their children and introduce them to this great music," Jardine said.

  Work of LDS Composer Boren and Librettist Nelson on Temple Square
On Saturday, November 11 at 7:30, the Temple Square Assembly Hall will feature new orchestral/vocal works by Murray Boren and Glen Nelson as part of its recital series of LDS music and musicians. Composer-in-residence at Brigham Young University, Murray Boren, has composed an evening of new religious music to texts by New York author Glen Nelson, to be performed by soprano Susan Boren.

  Noteworthy Suggestions for a Musical Christmas Featuring the Mormon Choir of Washington D.C.
National Building Museum, Washington DC Visitors Center Festival of Lights, Washington DC Stake Messiah Sing-Along.

  New Collection of Eliza R. Snow's 'Greatest Hymns'
Early Mormon poet and writer, Eliza R. Snow, will be featured in a "Greatest Hymns" collection of 14 of her songs. Uplifting and doctrinal, many of her poems were made into hymns by the early Saints and 27 of her hymns have appeared in Mormon hymnbooks since pioneer times. Featured songs in the "Greatest Hymns" collection will include, "O My Father", "Truth Reflects Upon Our Senses" and "Though Deepening Trials."

  Jenny Oaks Baker and Jenny Naylor Richards in Concert
Jenny Oaks Baker, violinist and Jenny Naylor Richards, pianist in concert, 7:30 p.m., Friday, November 10, 2000 at The Washington D. C. Temple Visitors' Center, 9900 Stoneybrook Drive, Kensington, MD

  Wondrous Talent, Wondrous Debut, Wondrous Love
"George Dyer is perhaps the music world's best-kept secret," asserts noted composer Les de Azevedo. That's about to change with the release of Dyer's debut solo album Wondrous Love (Shadow Mountain, $13.99 limited-time introductory priced CD, $13.98 cassette), proof positive of the passion and vocalism that has propelled Dyer into the ranks of our nation's finest tenors.

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