Arts and Humanities

The Collegians 1975-1976 - BNC Collegiate Quartet

The Collegians: 1975-1976, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include John Dorough, Tim Marvin, Steve Coleman, and John Haines.

From the back cover:

"THE COLLEGIANS OF BETHANY NAZARENE COLLEGE

Hundreds of practice hours ... thousands of miles traveled ... dozens of songs sung . . . scores of services. This is the life of the Collegians! In traveling from one end of the Bethany Nazarene College Educational Zone to the other, these five dedicated young men have well represented the Christ and the holiness college they love.

A Mighty Fortress is Our God - BNC College Men Four

A Mighty Fortress is Our God: 1967-1968, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include Jim Dillow, Steve Langford, Doug Grant, and Vince Snowbarger

From the back cover:

THE COLLEGE MEN FOUR is the official travelling represent,ative of Bethany Nazarene College located in Bethany, Oklahoma. Bethany College is an accredited four-year liberal arts college serving an educational zone consisting of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.

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Called Unto Holiness - BNC Collegiate Quartet

Called Unto Holiness: 1964/1965, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include Bob Rist, Charles Isbell, Wayne Brown, and Tim Whittaker.

From the back album cover: 

"Four young men are selected each year as members of the Collegiate Quartet. The Collegiate Quartet has represented Bethany Nazarene College since 1957. BNC is an accredited four-year liberal arts college serving seven states comprising the south-central educational zone of the Church of the Nazarene.

To God Be The Glory - BNC Collegiate Quartet

To God be the Glory: 1963-1964, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include Ray Cook, Hardy Weathers, Wayne Rice, and Justin Rice.

From the back cover:

"Collegiate Quartet representing Bethany Nazarene College

     THE COLLEGIATE QUARTET has ofiicially represented Bethany Nazarene College since 1957, making over 250 appearances each year in churches, civic clubs, summer youth camps, church conferences and campus activities. They travel extensively throughout the year in the seven-state area of Nazarene churches that support Bethany Nazarene College.

As A Volunteer - BNC Collegiate Quartet

As a Volunteer: 1961-1962, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include Don Morgan, Larry Lewis, Barth Smith, and Ira Lee Cox.

From the back side of the album cover: 

AS A VOLUNTEER

Voices of Praise - BNC Collegiate Quartet

Voices of Praise: 1959-1960, Bethany Nazarene College; vocal members include Steve Brown, Harrell Lucky, Danny Steele, and Marshall Pryor

From the album's back cover: 

     "THE "COLLEGIATE" QUARTET is a name which symbolizes enjoyment, music, and a spiritual blessing to thousands of people throughout the Midwest. Under the direction of the Public Relations Department of Bethany Nazarene College, this quartet has traveled since October of 1958 representing the college in churches and other groups across its educational zone.

Sacred Music - BNC Plainsmen Male Chorus

This undated album was recorded sometime in the late 1960s at Century Records at 1120 N.W. 36th St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 

From the album labels:

Bethany Nazarene College presents The Plainsmen Male Chorus 

Director: N. James Main, Accompanist: Mark Reighard

Stereo 26079

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The Collegians 1979 - BNC Collegiate Quartet

From the album cover:

The Collegians Quartet travels for Bethany Nazarene College. They have been warmly received in churches and youth camps throughout Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Their ministry in song is a blessing to all ages who enjoy quartet singing. They are men with a testimony who have committed their musical talents to Christ’s service. I commend them to you.  - Dr. John A. Knight, President                                                                            

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BPC Plainsmen Quartet 1954

Plainsmen: 1953-1954, Bethany Peniel College; vocal members include Dick Osborn, Tinker Oyler, Bill Sullivan, and Robert Hale.

America, Our Heritage - BNC Plainsmen Spring Concert 1967

America, Our Heritage - BNC Plainsmen Spring Concert recorded 04 May 1967.  Director - James Main; Accompanist - Mark Reighard; Narrative - Ed Collins

From the album label:

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