excerpt from 'Their small corner' pp. 43 (104 words)

excerpt from 'Their small corner' pp. 43 (104 words)

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Their small corner

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Once a week on winter evenings the rector [Rev. Lambert] held orchestral evenings. Anyone who could play an instrument was welcome and those who could not play were given triangles or some other percussion instruments. These seemed to be a source of humour for some reason, but how we enjoyed those evenings followed by coffee and some delicacy. Looking back I feel that the Rev. Lambert was a wonderful person whose qualities were never appreciated. 

 

He wrote anthems which we sang on special occasions, “I will extol Thee” being my favourite and I was proud of the signed copy he gave me. 

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