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Excerpt from History of the Handel and Haydn Society, of Boston, Massachusetts, Vol. 1
The handel and haydn society has ever since its foundation been the object of sincere attachment on the part of its members, whose unfailing devotion to its interests has given it cohesion and con tinned vitality. To those who, having joined it as young men, have grown old in its service, few things in this world seem so important and so worthy of respect, and the personal interest which they take in its affairs ceases only with life. Like all genuine feeling, their enthusiasm is contagious. It permeates the chorus, and, by stimulating all to exertion in a common cause, gives strength and unity of effect to its performances.
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