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Cburcb Music

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Explained by Dr. SYDNEY H. NICHOLSON
Warden of the School of English Church Music
With illustrations by THE CHOIR OF ALL SAINTS' CHURCH,
Margaret Street
T Three Hymns Come, Holy Ghost (A. and M., 157), to Plain-song As with Gladness (A. and M., 79), to German tune When the crimson sun had set (Traditional French Carol)
CHURCH music is a province almost without bounds, but the ordinary small church has few opportunities to explore more than a very limited portion of it, and in village churches both organist and choir tend to got a shade weary of their small repertoire without having much incentive to enlarge it. Dr. Sydney Nicholson will be remembered for his many broadcasts from the organ of Westminster Abbey when he was organist there. He recently loft the Abbey to found a school of English Church Music, of which he is Warden, and where he is doing much to improve the general standard of church music throughout the country. In tonight's lecture recital he will attempt to show many types of church music that are not generally known in small churches, which can yet be quite easily performed by small village choirs.
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