The 4th Infantry Division
Chorus

The 4th Infantry Division Chorus as represented in this recording was manned entirely by members of the 4th Infantry Division Band. The normal complement hovered around 34 members. The Christmas music was rehearsed, arranged and conducted by the late Sp5 Leon Warbington, a Julliard graduated. The band and chorus were commanded by CWO Arthur Durham. These cuts were recorded in the Division Support Command Chapel on Camp Enari, near Plieku Vietnam during Dec. of 1968. The recording conditions were a LOT less than ideal. The tape recorder used was a Sony 355 reel to reel. Only two mikes were used and no mixing was available. The power supply was a diesel generator that caused significant voltage fluctuations. The Chapel itself had a cement floor and plywood walls. Needless to say the acoustics were terrible.


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The Spirit Of God Like A Fire Is Burning
   
Deck the Halls
   
Amen
   
Oh Tannenbaum
   
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
   
Mary Had A Baby
   
What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby
   
Christ The King
   
Gloria
   
Hallelujah Chorus From Messiah
   
Good News
   
Halleluja Amen From Judas Maccabaeus

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