Huddersfield Chronicle (05/Aug/1854) - Netherton: Choral Meeting

The following is a transcription of a historic newspaper article and may contain occasional errors.


Choral Meeting.

The fortnightly meeting was held in the school-room, on Thursday night last, when the evening's work was Handel's "Messiah," which was opened by Mr. Josh. Schofield in a very satisfactory manner; and the two counter solos, "O, thou that tellest" and "He was despised ;" were both well sung by Mr. Simeon Woodhead, of Meltham. Mr. W. Kaye led well, and the performance was a creditable one.

Huddersfield Chronicle (05/Aug/1854) - Netherton: Choral Meeting


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