Many and Great, O God
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- Publisher: Lois Willand
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Historic recordings include:
1. "Many and Great" in Dakota and English, F. Philip Frazier and Susie Meek Frazier.
2. Duet "By the Waters of Minnetonka", F. Philip Frazier and Susie Frazier. Composer Thurlow Lieurance based the song on a melody he heard in 1911 sung by Sitting Eagle at the Crow Indian Agency in Montana.
3. "Lac qui Parle", sung in Dakota, unaccompanied, unidentified Dakota choir.
4. "Lac qui Parle" sung in Dakota with organ accompaniment.
5. Unknown woman introduces the Fraziers as missionaries for the Associated Executive Committee of Friends on Indian Affairs.
6. "Many and Great" sung in English by Susie Meek Frazier and in Dakota by F. Philip Frazier.
7. Introduction to a hymn sung in July 1986 by the Cedar-Lake Andes-Greenwood church choir.
8. "Anpetu de Wakantanka" (#36, Dakota Odowan).
9. Alex Williamson, descendant of missionary John P. Williamson, reads an account of a buffalo hunt at Crow Creek.
10. Spoken welcome to Thomas Frazier at a Unity gathering.
11. Thomas Frazier remarks made at a 1993 presentation at Unity Village, Missouri.
12. Words to hymn #22, Dakota Odowan, verse 1, spoken by Thomas Frazier.
13. "Amazing Grace" (theme and variations) arranged and played by Thomas Frazier.
14. Introduction to "Many and Great". Thomas Frazier mentions the oral tradition of the song being sung at the hanging of 38 convicted Dakota warriors in Mankato, MN in 1862, a fact not reported in newspaper accounts or by missionaries at the time.
15. "Lac qui Parle" sung in Dakota by Thomas Frazier with vocal inflections.
16. Thomas Frazier announces he will play "Many and Great" and the audience should sing.
17. Thomas Frazier plays his version of "Many and Great" with variations.
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