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Pupils take to their musical exercises

William Dundas hears an Ignatian setting at its Glasgow première

ST ALOYSIUS’ COLLEGE, Glasgow, recently celebrated its 150th anni­versary with a gala concert in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, given in the presence of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, the Most Revd Mario Conti.

Anniversaries come round, and one just has to deal with them as best one can with what forces are avail­able. The Gonzaga Orchestra and two professional vocal soloists were hired help, but all other forces were pupils from the college and lower schools, and ...

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