Short notice

02 November 2006


“The choir was a sort of small select club whose members were closely related, always did things together, and had been there for years with the same hymn book, the same services, the same organist, and the same solid opposition to any new-fangled notions a vicar might suggest.”

Reginald Frary, in What a Performance! More sweet singing (well, singing . . .) from the choir, tells, with a humorous slant, of the arrival of a new young vicar in the parish, and other events that disturb the equilibrium of the choir ( Canterbury Press, £7.99 (£7.20); 1-85311-589-4).

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