Choral Evensong

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  • We had very pleasant services in the Hall, and every Sunday evening I had a choral Evensong. Cited from The Great War As I Saw It, by Frederick George Scott
  • Choral Evensong on Sunday evenings has been replaced with a more contemporary style of gathering.
  • At that time the annual meeting consisted of just a single day and the joint performance by the three choirs of a choral evensong.
  • A further variation to the standard rendering of choral evensong is men's voices services.
  • The church choir sings at the main Sunday morning service each week, at choral evensong each month, and at occasional special services.
  • Choral Evensong at Trinity has become a well-known liturgical event in Melbourne.
  • As well as concerts, taking part in choral evensong is a major feature of Vasari's schedule.
  • The choir mounts several choral evensong services each year and a remarkable diversity of concerts, some with orchestra.
  • Choral Evensong is sung twice a month with Benediction following the service on the third Sunday of each.
  • There is a regular Choral Evensong on Wednesdays and one Sunday each month.
  • The church holds services on Sundays and during the week, including a choral evensong on Wednesdays.
  • The week traditionally ends with a Sunday Choral Evensong led by the combined choirs of the three colleges.
  • The services in those days were Sunday Choral Matins and full choral Evensong every Sunday.
  • The choir has broadcast Choral Evensong on BBC Radio 3, and has made several recordings.
  • The chapel holds weekly services of choral evensong, as well as special services to commemorate key events in Robin Tudsbery's life.
  • The BBC has, since 1926, broadcast a weekly service of Choral Evensong.
  • After singing an anthem and praying, the procession returns to the church for choral evensong.
  • This was followed by a series of broadcasts of complete archive editions of Choral Evensong.
  • The Sunday evening service takes the traditional form of Choral Evensong, which is also held on Wednesday and Friday evenings during term.
  • Despite the work's difficulty, it is occasionally performed as an anthem in services of choral Evensong in the most musical Anglican cathedrals.
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