excerpt from ''On Spital Fields' thank-you messages' (115 words)

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[Letter dated 9 September 2005]

Please forgive my not writing to thank you sooner for the DVD of “On Spital Fields”, but, due to various setbacks, we have seen it only this week[.]

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[…] We were almost speechless at the end of viewing and, because of the first-class screening, sound and audibility, we could have imagined we were in Christ Church itself. I even found myself singing along with some of the choruses—it was so tuneful. 

 

What an achievement on the part of so many participants, from Jonathan Dove [composer] and Alasdair Middleton [librettist] right down to the smallest child. What an advertisement for multicultural cooperation and harmony. 

 

We both admired the ladies of the Wessex Singers! 

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