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Conductor, William Pethers


Conductor: William Pethers

: The Snibston Colliery Band

Conductor, J. W. Beniston
Percy Underwood (baritone)
This Band was founded in connection with Ebenezer Baptist Church, Coalville, about fifty years ago. At one time it was known as the Coalville Coronation Band. It took its present name in 1924. Most of the players are employed at the Snibston Colliery, and the conductor, who is the Musical director of Coalville Amateur Operatic Society, works at the coal-face.


Conductor: J. W. Beniston
Baritone: Percy Underwood


(Congregational) from Carrs Lane Church,
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Lord of all being, throned afar (Cong. H. 6, S.P. 564)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer Lesson
Hymn, Love divine, all loves excelling
(Cong. H. 157, S.P. 573)
Anthem, Open thy gates to him who weeping waits (Julius Harrison )
Address by the Rev. LEYTON RICHARDS
Hymn, Mv soul, repeat His praise
(Cong. H. 66)
Cyril S. Christopher
Organist, J. C. Parsons


Unknown: Julius Harrison
Unknown: Rev. Leyton Richards
Organist: Cyril S. Christopher
Organist: J. C. Parsons


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