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Falk Sisters Album
The Falk Sisters
“Sing Unto the Lord”
“Sing unto the Lord, for he hath done excellent things; this is known in all the earth.” Isaiah 12:5
The Falk Sisters sang together as a quartet until 1958 when the oldest, Martha (Mrs. Pete Voth), was married. At this time they formed a trio; Elizabeth (soprano), Mary (mezzo soprano), and Magdalene (contralto). On this recording they are accompanied by Mrs. Voth on the piano, although they usually sing acapella when singing in services. They frequently sing in the churches of the Evangelical Mennonite Mission Church as well as in neighbouring churches, hospitals, and homes for the aged. They are also heard on the radio broadcast of the E.M.M. Church. They are the daughters of Rev. and Mrs. William H. Falk, of Plum Coulee, Manitoba.
It is their desire that through this recording some of the Lord’s excellent goodness may be conveyed to their listeners.