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Bring and Sing 'Messiah' Parts 2 & 3: Good Friday, March 25th 2005

Handel House Museum
Brook Street, where 'Messiah' was composed, is preparing 'What Messiah Means to Me', an exhibition of the traditions that have grown up around 'Messiah', how musicians and audiences feel about it, and the memories they attach to it.
[The telephone number of Handel House (with appropriate prefixes) is 1685, and its fax is 1759 ... ]


Directed by
Jonathan White
Organ scholar, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and
organ scholar designate, Canterbury Cathedral

Organ: Cynthia Hall (St Giles')
St Giles' Church, Oxford

Over 80 people attended this event, and Jonathan White presided over some very fine singing. Our soloists were:

Robert Leatherby
Carol Goodall
Nick Lambert
David Clover

(tenor) and

During tea and hot cross buns some singers were interviewed by Ellen Saffrey of the Handel House Museum for the forthcoming exhibition, What Messiah Means to Me'.


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