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Marlborough College Mușical Society.
2 muual Evening Concert,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 19th, 1881,
To commence at Half-past Seven o'clock precisely..
Conductor, .....MR. W. S. BAMBRIDGE, MUS. B.
MR. C. SANKEY
H. L. CALLENDAR
F. A. JUCKES
PART 1. OVERTURE. ....... “Iphigenia.” .......... Auber
MR. J. W. GUNNISS
CHORUS ..“THE WELCOME.”..W. S. Bambridge.
L. A. FRANCIS
P. HORTON SMITH
R. H. ISACKE
A. B. JACKSON
C. H. LAMBERT
E. E. B. LAN DON
H. T, MICHELL
E. D. S. RAM
A M. SMITH
G. E. 6 STREATFEILD
F. P. S. YEATMAN C. E. BLISS
G. P. CROOKENDEN
MR G. W. RUNDALL, Choir Master.
Meets again each well-known friend ;
Voice and labour gladly lend :
Here of old they bore their parts ;
Let them know our heart of hearts.
Welcome all, and welcome always,
Heroes known and cheered of yore,
“At the willow or the oar.
Come again in many a year,
Marlborough past from Marlborough here.
Thus we greet whom we remember,
Brothers in the days of old ;
Nor to them be greeting cold.
Hang new garlands on the wall !
Welcome one and welcome all !
FOUR-PART Song “Nobody Cares for Thee!" Richards
And myself said again to me,
For nobody cares for thee!
Song.......... “My Queen.” ........ Blumenthal
MR. E. PEAKE.
I will not dream of her tall and stately,
But she must be courteous, she must be holy,
PART Song.... "Lullaby of Life." .. Henry Leslie.
O’er the sunless ground;
Sleep long and sound.
Sleep, summer wind, whose breathing grows more faint,
As night draws slowly nigh ;
And seem to die.
Sleep, thou great ocean, whose wild waters sink
Under the setting sun;
Till night is done: