1962 glee club group photo

The 1961-1962 season of the Virginia Glee Club was conducted by David Davis. Officers included Michael Stillman, president; R. Lee Groves, manager; John C. Murden, assistant manager; Robert E. McCullough, publicity director; and Ken Moorman, librarian. The accompanists were Thomas Warburton and William Cudlipp, III.

This was the first season in which the Glee Club was integrated, by Edwin S. Williams.



The following roster is as listed in the Christmas Concert (1961) program and may not represent all who participated in this season.

First tenors: James N. Pope, Robert F. Brady, Jr., Jerry Coffey, Alan Hollenbeck, Robert McCullough, John C. Murden, Harold Van Patten

Second tenors: Jon Walker, William Baxter, Jr., Jeffrey Busby, George M. Franck, Lee Groves, Robert N. Moody, Eccles V. Pridgen, Jr., James Rogers, Edward Tappe II, James E. Turner, Jr., Herbert R. Woodel

Baritones: William Cudlipp, Richard Bennett, C. Jeffery Dickinson, D.G. Ferneyhough, Jr., H. Alexander Holmes, Thomas W. Klingelhoefer, J. Peter Linke, Frank J. McLeod, Jr., Ken Moorman, Robert K. Rose, Christopher Swenson, H. B. Thompson, Jr., Alexander Tunstall, Charles Twining, Jr., Hellmut Walter, Thomas Warburton, Edwin S. Williams

Basses: Frederick H. Dennis, Stanley C. Baker, Henry Baskerville, William D. Carleton, Jr., Carlton C. Coolidge, Alexander C. Crosman, William H. Dassler, Arthur L. Fox II, Barrie A. Gillis, Lawrence R. Hudnall, John L. Loder, Douglas D. Miller, Francis I. Mullin III, Robert B. Roberson, Ralph N. Shuler, Michael B. Stillman, Lynn P. Stockberger, Thomas P. Watson

Gallery Edit

1962 corks

The Glee Club in Corks and Curls, 1962

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