It'll Be All Wrong on the Night: More Choir Tales of Triumph and Disaster

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Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2002 - Humor - 216 pages
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As well as keeping a succession of pompous vicars happy, calming tensions between the organist and the choir director, preventing all-out war between the traditionalists and the modernisers, there's a concert to prepare for. More whimsical tales to amuse and entertain. Reginald Frary has entertained tens of thousands of readers with his hilarious choir tales for more than forty years' and has experienced the real thing in his local choir in Richmond, Surrey for more than fifty years. His first story collection with the Canterbury Press was "We Sang It Our Way".
 

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Contents

Track Record
1
Community Spirit
11
Refreshingly Different
19
The Making of Harry
27
In Need of Improvement
37
Followed by Sunday School
46
Tradition
55
The Old Order Changeth Back
65
Lights and Leaks
113
The Carved Work Thereof
123
Coach Parties Welcome
133
Silence Is Golden
141
Now Hes Upset Everybody
147
In The Church if Wet
156
All Donations Thankfully Received
163
Who Are These Like Stars Appearing?
171

Smile
71
The Takeover
78
All Is Forgiven
90
Assault and Flattery
97
Oft in Danger Oft in Woe
107
Plenty More Fish in the Sea
177
Hark the Glad Sound
184
The Lurker in the Supermarket
189
Just Picture It
195
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About the author (2002)

Reg Frary sang in his local church choir in Richmond for over seventy years and wrote comic stories based on his experiences for almost as long. He worked as a proof reader for a major law firm in the City of London and was at one point the City's oldest employee. He died in 2011.

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