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Mr. SYDNEY H. NICHOLSON, late Organist of Westminster Abbey : Music in Public Worship '

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IX this talk the late organist of Westminster
Abbey will describe a scheme to establish a School of Church Music, in order to improve the standard of music in Parish Churches all over the country. This, as was suggested in the report of the Archbishop's Committee, 'Music in Worship,' is often not so high as could be desired, and Mr. Nicholson considers that a central school in which part-time organists and choirmasters could be trained is the best means of effecting the change.

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