Choirmaster and the rules

Choirmasters can be a special species, they are said to have their whims and fits, when the choir is not displaying the expected efficiency and accuracy. Are you also a choirmaster and working with children? But what would you say to these rules? They are real, the rules for the children’s Cherub Choir (of a probably Protestant church in U.S.)

(Source: The Volokh Conspiracy)

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5 Responses to Choirmaster and the rules

  1. Jacquelyn Taylor Baumberg says:

    Priceless! (I’ve been a Church choir director for about 35 years, and I’m also a music teacher in a local Catholic elementary school).


  2. Anne Mansfield says:



  3. Toadspittle says:


    Interesting that the writer – presumably an adult – has apparently never been taught to do joined -up writing.
    What is the world coming to?


  4. JabbaPapa says:

    Quite clearly toad, that is children’s handwriting ; I would assume that the teacher asked them to write those rules there, as an exercise in remembering them.


  5. Toadspittle says:

    One would be comforted to agree, Jabba, but Toad spent some 16 years in the States, and is skeptical about much. But we shall never know.


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