AT THE HOSPITAL. Last night for the twenty-first year in succession the Dunedin Hospital Choir exemplified . . Sick and ye visited Me.” This body of singe in—Airs W. Logie, Misses Thomas, 11. Hodges, Logie, Mayall, E. M. Logie, A.T.C.L. (organist), Messrs H. L. Watt, T. Ritchie, J. .Swan, R. Arnott, R. Wilkinson, and W. L. Logie (conductor) —sang Christmas music in the seven wards and tho open air balconies. A programme extending over two hour.? was greatly appreciated by the nurses on duty and the patients. Tho pieces sung were ‘ Christians, Awake,’ ‘ Hark, the Herald,’ ‘ Oh, Como All Yc Faithful,’ ‘ln Exeellsis Gloria,’ ‘’Tis Night on the Silent Mountains.’ ‘ Come Where a Manger so Lowly,’ ‘ Nazareth,’ ‘Softly, sweetly Through the Air,’ ‘Glory to God on High.’ Tins way in which the music was rendered clearly showed that time and attention had boon given to practising. The enunciation, attack, phrasing, and light and shade were distinctly good, and the soft singing was specially worthy of praise.
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CHRISTMAS SUNDAY, Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914
CHRISTMAS SUNDAY Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914
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