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St Cecilia
   is patron saint of   
Singers
The Rooftop Singers
   released the single   
Walk Right In
1963; 2 weeks as U.S. #1
Brooks, Skaggs, Nelson, Parton
   are all   
Country/Western Music Singers
Josh White, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Odetta
   are all   
Folk Singers
Sleepy John Estes, Memphis Slim, Sonny Boy Williamson
   are all   
Blues Singers
I'll Take You There
   was released by   
The Staple Singers
1972 - inducted in 1999; 4 weeks as #1 on the Billboard R&B chart; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Oh Happy Day
   was released by   
The Edwin Hawkins Singers
1969 - inducted in 1999
Respect Yourself
   was released by   
The Staple Singers
1971 - inducted in 2002; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Uncloudy Day
   was released by   
The Staple Singers
1971 - inducted in 1999
Choir
   of   
Singers
University of Texas Chamber Singers
   recorded   
American Choral Music
James Morrow, cond; Naxos, 2006
Eric Whitacre Singers
   recorded   
Light and Gold
Choral Works by Eric Whitacre; Decca, 2010
King's Singers
   recorded   
Pater Noster
A Choral Reflection on the Lord's Prayer by Sch├╝tz, Poulenc, Bernstein, etc; Naxos, 2012
The Staple Singers
   released the single   
Let's Do It Again
1975; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
   was released by   
Fisk Jubilee Singers
1909 - inducted in 2015
The Edwin Hawkins Singers
   released the single   
Oh Happy Day
1969; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999
The Staple Singers
   released the single   
Respect Yourself
1971; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Robert Johnson
   released the album   
King Of The Delta Blues Singers, Vol. 2 (1970)
Richard Wagner
   composed   
Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg (The Mastersingers of Nuremberg)
(1868) The original story was conceived by Wagner. Distinguished from the bulk of Wagner's work as a departure due to his use of ryhmed verse, arias, choruses, and a quintet. Another feature that marks it as a quirk in Wagner's oeuvre: it contains a ballet.






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