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A pilgrimage of song - the times and chimes of the St. Mary-of-the-Angels Song School 1919 to 1972

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Product description

The choir spoken about in this book was founded by Rev. Desmond Morse Boycott at St Mary's Church Somers Town, in North London in 1919. At the time the area was a slum. Father Desmond started a choir school for the local boys in his song school. In spite of little support from the official church the school continued after a move to Seer Green in Buckinghamshire until 1972. Much of the funds for this project came from Father Desmond's prolific letter writing campaigns. The book contains numerous photographs. This book is in very good condition with slight signs of shelf wear. Blank end pages contain some foxing.

Item details

Author(s):
Revd. Desmond Morse-Boycott
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
11" x 8 1/4"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0716402351
ISBN-13:
9780716402350
Number of pages:
103
Publisher:
The Faith Press

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The choir spoken about in this book was founded by Rev. Desmond Morse Boycott at St Mary's Church Somers Town, in North London in 1919. At the time the area was a slum. Father Desmond started a choir school for the local boys in his song school. In spite of little support from the official church the school continued after a move to Seer Green in Buckinghamshire until 1972. Much of the funds for this project came from Father Desmond's prolific letter writing campaigns. The book contains numerous photographs. This book is in very good condition with slight signs of shelf wear. Blank end pages contain some foxing.

Author(s):
Revd. Desmond Morse-Boycott
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
11" x 8 1/4"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0716402351
ISBN-13:
9780716402350
Number of pages:
103
Publisher:
The Faith Press

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