Music: From the Tabernacle

The 379 singers got off the Cunarder Saxoma at Greenock, Scotland, lined up on the pier on the River Clyde and began to sing (Loch Lomond). They kept singing all the way across Britain, Holland, Denmark and Germany—in crowded auditoriums, sight-seeing buses, third-class railway carriages and even on the streets. They had their share of crises, including—at Scheveningen, Holland—the loss of the conductor's white dress waistcoat (two local tailors provided a new one in exchange for a pair of tickets). Everywhere they are stirring up waves of good feeling and applause. Salt Lake...

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