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from Lichfield Cathedral
Sung by boys from parish church and school choirs affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music, under the direction of Hubert Crook. Chief Commissioner, R.S.C.M.
Versicles and Responses Psalms 47, 48, and 49 First Lesson: 2 Kings 16
Magnificat (Hylton Stewart in C)
Second Lesson: St. Luke 19, w. 1-28 Nune dimittis (Hylton Stewart in C) Creed and Collects
My life, my joy, my crown (Bruce
Songs of praise the angels sang
(A. and M. 297)
Fugue in B minor (Bach)
Organ: James Levett
The oldest member of the choir is just nineteen. He and the others who are singing alto, tenor, and bass are members of school choirs, and they have been gathered together by the Royal School of Church Music to sing the services for a fortnight during the absence of the Cathedral Choir on holiday. The trebles are boys drawn mainly from parish church choirs. The Royal School of Church Music was founded by the late Sir Sydney Nicholson twenty years ago.


Unknown: Hubert Crook.
Unknown: Hylton Stewart
Unknown: Hylton Stewart
Unknown: James Levett
Unknown: Sir Sydney Nicholson

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