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evensong

1. Church of England the daily evening service of Bible readings and prayers prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer
2. Archaic another name for vespers
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The Choral Evensong is a service of music, Scripture and prayer presented by the choirs of First United Methodist Church, conducted by Linda Duffendack Oxley.
If you've not been to an evensong there - the one I attended only lasted around 30 minutes - I would recommend it.
According to a press release received here, the Very Reverend Dr John Hall, Dean of Westminster led the Evensong.
He wrote: "Congratulations to Gordon on the premiere of his evensong setting
More than 100 voices of the boys', girls' and men's choirs from each cathedral will sing at the Three Choirs' Evensong prayer service at 3pm.
DESCRIPTION: Evensong Retreat and Spirituality Center is set in a tranquil residential neighborhood across from picturesque Allen Harbor.
Games will be won and lost followed by voices that soar in music to inspire at Evensong at 5.
Barboteu's Esquisse for flute, horn, and harp and Fuchs's Evensong, commissioned by the Virginia Symphony's principal hornist, David Wick, as a recital piece for himself and Music Director JoAnn Faletta, guitar, are both sweepingly lyrical and beautifully evocative short chamber pieces.
Sir William Turner's almshouses in Kirkleatham, near Redcar, celebrated their 335th birthday with a special Founders Day choral evensong.
When the dust settled, competitors came together for evensong and a celebration of the day's events.
Michael and All Angels in Canning (Nova Scotia) and at the choral evensong later in the day.
They attended a choral evensong service at Southwark Cathedral, in London, where the names of all 51 people who died in the disaster were read out.