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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
THE ROYAL MEMORIAL CHAPEL, SANDHURST with the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Corps Band
Conducted by Captain D. Snowden , A.R.C.M., p.s.m.
Organist and Master of the Choir, William Bean
Introduced by Ronald Allison
TV presentation by Barrie Edgar
O God , our help in ages past (St. Anne) He who would vahant be (Monks Gate)
0 worship the King all glorious above
Thou. whose almighty word (Moscow) At the name of Jesus (Camberwell)
Fight the good fight with all thy might
(Duke Street)
I vow to thee, my country (Thaxted)
Lift high the Cross, the love of Christ proclaim (Crucifer)
Fame and Glory


Conducted By: Captain D. Snowden
Introduced By: Ronald Allison
Presentation By: Barrie Edgar
Unknown: O God

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