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 - Patricia Trebe TO THE TRIBUNE E. Wooten Sr. was...
Patricia Trebe TO THE TRIBUNE E. Wooten Sr. was teenager when he was to spend 19 months in to battle a lung disease. Isolated from friends, and his church, he that once he was released, he would find a way minister to others who left behind. his vision and lives in the Wooten Ensemble, which rehearses once a week at Beth Baptist Church in Chicago, where it started 58 ago. The 60-plus voice performs not only at choir memberships.” Beyond the Wooten’s legacy is work with gospel “He has certainly pioneer and musical excellence area of diversity and genres, anthems, spirituals, gospels and and a cappella,” Abbington, associate professor of church music worship at Chandler Theology at Emory University in Atlanta. Mr. Wooten was Chicago the fourth sons, and his when he was a His father remarried family grew up in Baptist Church. Morgan Park High he took piano started the Morgan Crusaders choral During his he continued his promoted songs, started ensemble and teachers

Clipped from Chicago Tribune01 Apr 2008, TueOther EditionsPage 3-10

Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois)01 Apr 2008, TueOther EditionsPage 3-10
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