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Christmas Music in Appleton

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The choir of Appleton Chapel assisted by students from Radcliffe will present the following program of Christmas music in Appleton Chapel next Thursday evening at 8.15 o'clock.

Organ Prelude:   Pastorale,  Rheinberger   Fiat Lux,  Dubois "Silent Night,"  M. Haydn "Listen, Lordlings,"  Osgood "The Sleep of the Child Jesus,"  Gevaert "While be My Sheep,"  Unknown "Christmas Bells,"  Osgood "Glory to God in the Highest,"  Pergolesi "The First Nowell,"  Tradition. "Ah! Dearest Jesus,"  Bach Organ Postlude:   Toccata (fifth symphony),  Wider

Seats will be reserved for Harvard and Radcliffe students until 8.10 o'clock, after which the doors will be open to the public.

Seats will be reserved for Harvard and Radcliffe students until 8.10 o'clock, after which the doors will be open to the public.

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