Choirboys singing
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Hear a clip of "Introit: Christ the Lord is risen again" (John Rutter)
from Choral Evensong From Hereford Cathedral
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Hear a clip of "Bist Du Bei Mir" (J.S. Bach)
from Richard Birchall Sings in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle

Objects

To champion the ancient tradition of the all-male choir in Cathedrals, Chapels Royal, Collegiate Churches, University Chapels and similar ecclesiastical foundations.

It is also the policy of CTCC to encourage parish churches which maintain, or seek to establish, all-male choirs.


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CTCC EVENT - BROUGHTON PARISH CHURCH, PRESTON PR3 5JB
27th-28th September 2014

Busy commitments at Truro Cathedral meant we couldn't have our Event there till June, so we find ourselves with another one unusually soon. Still, those members who couldn't get to down to Truro might find Broughton, Lancashire, easier!
We hope as many as possible will be able to join us at our Autumn Event on Saturday 27th September at St John's Parish Church, Broughton, near Preston. Broughton boasts a fine choir of 35 boys and 20 men who are coming in especially to sing Evensong for us. CTCC encourages and supports traditional choirs where they still exist in non-cathedral churches. They are tragically few now. Here is a particularly successful one. There will be the opportunity to tour the church, learn more about the music and observe the choir rehearsal. The choir will also be singing Mattins and the 6.30 Eucharist on Sunday 28th September, and it should be a wonderful weekend.
Full details and a booking form will be sent to members very soon.
For any further details please contact:
Lynda Collins: Telephone: 07825 952078 or click to send an email

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