For all who enjoy, or perhaps endure, the best efforts of a local church choir, flr'e Sang It Our Way is a hilarious peek behind the scenes at the peculiar world of draughty vestries, musty-smelling hymn books, wheezing organs and black cassocks so old that they arc turning green.Inspired by over fifty years of singing with his local church choir, Reginald Frary has entertained countless readers with his delightful stories of over-ambitious music directors (and how to deal with them), new vicars full of reforming zeal (and how to deal with them), the choir of six that gallantly attempts The Halklitiab Chorus. the constant tension between progressives and traditionalists and the problems of having dry rot in the organ loft and no piano in the practice hall.Full of keen wit and observation, humorous incident and recognizable eccentrics, We Sang Our Way is a book to give pleasure over and over again.
Reg Frary sang in his local church choir in Richmond for over seventy years and wrote comic stories based on his experiences for almost as long. He worked as a proof reader for a major law firm in the City of London and was at one point the City's oldest employee. He died in 2011.