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Selamat datang bagi pengunjung blog ini, terima kasih atas kunjungan anda pada blog ini anda dapat download lagu-lagu rohani khusus quartet (male or ladies) termasuk partitur yang kami telah sediakan.

Blog ini khusus saya buat untuk membantu teman-teman yang mempunyai hobi menyanyi lagu-lagu rohani tetapi pada saat tertentu tidak mempunyai cukup partiture. Dan sesuai dengan judulnya maka blog ini khusus dibuat untuk quartet grup vokal, apakah itu male quartet atau ladies quartet.

Banyak orang didunia ini dan hampir semua orang yang ada di jagad raya ini menyukai musik. Sebab itu saya ingin mengajak semua teman-teman yang ingin partisipasi dalam blog ini saya persilahkan untuk memberi saran dan bahan untuk memajukan grup-grup quartet. Sering kita menyanyikan sebuah lagu dengan baik dan pendengar cuma menyukai harmoninya saja tetapi pekabaran dalam lagu itu sendiri tidak didapat karena pendengar tersebut tidak mengerti bahasa yang dinyanyikan dalam lagu tersebut untuk itu melalui blog ini saya sekali lagi mengajak siapapun untuk urung rembuk agar blog ini disukai dan dapat bermafaat buat kita semua.

Untuk itu saya akan mencoba untuk mentransfer dari partiture aslinya kedalam bahasa Indonesia. Shalom regards,

GBU
E. Nanlohy



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Senin, 04 Juli 2011

The King's Heralds

The King's Heralds is a male gospel music quartet that began in 1927 and have recorded over 100 albums encompassing 30 languages. They are primarily known for their a cappella singing and close harmony.

 

History

The King's Heralds began in 1927 by four college students (three of whom were brothers) in Keene, Texas who began singing gospel music, under the name Lone Star Four.
They soon appeared with Pastor R. L. Benton on his radio program on KFPL from Waco, Texas.

In 1936, they were invited by H.M.S. Richards to join the Voice of Prophecy in California, and were renamed the King's Heralds after a radio naming contest. This association continued until 1982, when they became a self-supporting ministry.

The King's Heralds are also known by the name The Heralds and in Spanish as Los Heraldos del Rey. Purported to be the oldest continuous gospel quartet in America, United States. They have been singing for over 80 years.

Throughout the years they have performed in over 50 countries and continue to tour extensively.
They were the first gospel music group from the West to tour The People’s Republic of China since 1949, singing for the "First Invitational Symposium on the Christian Church in China" sponsored by the US/China Education Foundation.

Long associated with the Seventh-day Adventist Voice of Prophecy radio broadcast, the Heralds are now promoted as trans-denominational and are regular guests on Praise The Lord on TBN and It Is Written.

Awards

  • Recipient of twenty-three Silver Angel Awards for "Excellence in Media", including six for "Best Male Vocal Group", fourteen for "Best Album" and a "Best International Broadcast" award for their own radio program, "Sounds of Praise".
  • "Gold" Angel Award for being the oldest continuous Gospel Quartet in America.

Discography

Most of their recordings have been released by Chapel Records
Chapel Records is a record label in currently in Nampa, Idaho that releases religious music. The label was founded in the late 1940's and still releases several CDS each year. Among the artists who have recorded for Chapel are The King's Heralds, Del Delker, The Heritage Singers, Wintley Phipps,..
Their most recent album is "I Just Can't Wait" (2008).

Another recent album, with Jeff Pearles, is "Encores."

In 2009, at the National Quartet Convention, the quartet released their newest recording, "Hymn Sessions" arranged primarily by Russell Hospedales, the quartet's baritone.


Current singers

The quartet is currently composed of:
  • Don Scroggs - 1st Tenor
  • Russell Hospedales - Baritone
  • Joel Borg - 2nd Tenor
  • Jeff Pearles - Bass

Complete list of singers







Past and present singers listed alphabetically by first name, including years in the group:

  • Ben Glanzer, First Tenor 1944-1948
  • Bob Edwards, First Tenor 1948-1971
  • Bob Johnson, First Tenor 1939-1941
  • Bob Seamount, Second Tenor 1941-1947, 1949-1961
  • Don Scroggs, First Tenor 1983-Present
  • Elwyn Ardourel, First Tenor 1949-1949
  • Frank Dietrich, First Tenor 1947-1947, Second Tenor 1948-1948
  • George Casebeer, First Tenor 1941-
  • Gerald Fuentes, Second Tenor, 2004
  • Jack Veazey, Baritone 1962-1997
  • Jeff Pearles, Bass 2005-Present
  • Jerry Dill, Bass 1947-1948, Baritone 1948-1949, Bass 1949-1962
  • Jerry Patton, Second Tenor 1967-2004
  • Jim Ayars, Bass 1977-2004
  • Jim McClintock, Bass 1962-1977
  • Joe Melashenko, Bass 1948-1949
  • Joel Borg, Second Tenor 2004-Present
  • John Ramsey, First Tenor; 1971-1983
  • John Thurber, Second Tenor 1961-1967
  • Lewis Crane, 1927-1939
  • Ralph Simpson, Second Tenor 1940-1941
  • Ray Turner, Bass 1927-1947
  • Richard Lang, Baritone 1947-1948
  • Russell Hospedales, Baritone 2002-Present
  • Steve Laing, Baritone 1997-2002
  • Vernon Stuart, Second Tenor 1939-1940
  • Waldo Crane, 1927-1939
  • Wayne H. Hooper was widely known as a gospel music composer, arranger and as a singer in the King's Heralds quartet for the Voice of Prophecy radio program...
    Baritone 1944-1947, 1949-1962
  • Wesley Crane, Baritone 1927-1943

Accompanists/Arrangers

  • Irving Steinel, 1937-1942
  • Al Avila, 1942-1950
  • Beth Thurston, 1950-1953
  • Brad Braley, 1953-1972
  • Calvin Taylor, 1972-1977
  • Jim Teel, 1977-1989
  • John Grover Lewis, 1989-1995

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