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This article is taken from PN Review 13, Volume 6 Number 5, May - June 1980.

Sir David Willcocks
The damage to the Anglican Church has been inflicted from within, and it is therefore all the more difficult to combat those responsible. Have we to wait for a new generation to rediscover the Book of Common Prayer and the glories of Cranmer and Coverdale? This requires no answer, but I know that I voice the almost unanimous view of Church musicians who have had to witness the debasement of their art and the impoverishment of their offering.
-SIR DAVID WILLCOCKS
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