Music: Westminster's Way

Day after day last week until perspiration rolled down their faces and their slender grey-haired director was ready to drop, 100 students at the Westminster Choir School in Princeton, N. J., sang praises to God. They were preparing for this week's commencement, to be followed by an ambitious two-day music festival. This year, above all others, they wanted to show what they could do. Their choir was building a reputation as the best choral organization in the U. S. And it had undertaken Bach's B Minor Mass, a stiff test for seasoned...

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