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7. Madan

Marlborough College Musical Society,

TWENTY-SIXTH

Annual Evening Concert,

MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, 1873,

TO COMMENCE AT HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK PRECISELY.

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Stewards.

W. ALMACK
W. E. BOLLAND
S. H. BUTCHER
W. H. CHURCHILL
W. D. DOWDING
C. R. GUNNER

A. P. WICKHAM
A. KENSINGTON
R. H. SKRINE
G. A. LEFROY
A. C. SIM
M. MILEY

PART I.

March ........ From “ Maritana.”........Wallace

THE BRASS BAND.
Cornets-H. HARDY. L. C. LAWFORD. H. S. PHILPOT
HornsH. C. A. EYRES W. DAWSON
Baritone-H. 0. YEATMAN
Euphonium-P. L. HESKETH
BombardonsH. W. HOW F . H. LEE

DrumsJ. E. FLETCHER G. H. CONNOR
Chorus....“THE WELCOME.” W. S. Bambridge.

THE CHOIR.
Comes again the hour of welcome,

Meets again each well known friend;
Deck the wall with flow'r and garland,

Voice and labour gladly lend :
Some from Cam and some from Isis,

Here of old they bore their parts;
In the School where yet their names live

Let them know our heart of hearts.
Welcome all, and welcome always,

Heroes known and cheered of yore,
In the Class List or the ‘Indian,'

At the willow or the oar.
Welcome now, and welcome ever,

Come again in many a year,
Come and find what greeting waits for

Marlborough past from Marlborough here.
Thus we greet whom we remember,

Brothers in the days of old;
There are newer friends around us,

Nor to them be greeting cold.
Open wide the door and wider!

Hang new garlands on the wall!
Welcome friend and welcome stranger!

Welcome one and welcome all!

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