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Huddersfield Town Hall
|Huddersfield Choral Society: Fauré, Gounod and Duruflé|
|Once upon a time it was standard practice that most public concerts in Britain would be preceded by the National Anthem; last night in Huddersfield Town Hall a great many members of the audience were caught off guard when a brass and percussion fanfare struck up into the loudest, most ecstatic rendition of ‘God Save the Queen’ I have ever heard. Two verses were sung, split between soprano soloist Katherine Broderick and the chorus with audience participation.|
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