The Children of the World Choir and violinist Miamon Miller filled the museum with odes to Pearl, a gregarious master of the electric violin.
What does COWC stand for?
COWC stands for Children of the World Choir
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- Community Watershed Development Alliance - Cameroon
- Community Waste Management (project; EU)
- Coalition Operational Wide Area Network (formerly CWAN)
- Combined Operations Wide Area Network
- Country Women Association of Nigeria
- Committee on Women and Psychoanalysis
- Controlled Oral Word Association Test
- Coalition of Washington Business Organizations
- Carlisle One World Centre (England, UK)
- Central Ohio Writers Collective
- Colleges of Worcester Consortium, Inc. (est. 1968; Worcester, MA)
- Conventional Weapons Convention
- College of Wooster Computational Physics Project
- Council of Western Canadian University Presidents (Canada)
- Close of Work Day
- Cost of Work Done
- Collective of Web Experts (Austria)
- Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs (India)
- Cold Weather Exercise
- Conditional Output Weight Enumerating Function
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In addition to composing the score to "Hate Crime," which features a soul-stirring blend of classical, African tribal music and religious choir influences, Tay also wrote the powerful and sweeping, gospel-flavored end credits theme "Jesus Was Crucified By A 45," featuring the Children of the World choir and some lyrics penned by Stovall himself.
After checking out the trees, guests were treated to holiday songs by party co-hosts Jimmy, Merrill, Jay and Wayne Osmond, and the Children of the World Choir, with classical selections provided by 12-year-old cellist Eugena Chang.