The services opened with the rendering of Chopin's Funeral March which was followed by chants from the burial office, the lesson and "The Lord is My Shepard" from the Twenty-third Psalm, an anthem by the full vested choir, "Comes There a Time," an anthem composed especially for the funeral of the consort of Queen Victoria, and which is usually sung in England at memorial services, was next rendered, and the services ended with the celebration of benediction.
William Anderson Walker
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