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Our members are church choirs, choristers, clergy, organists and other musicians. Two hundred were singers in any of the seven choirs Peter had conducted in Wellington during the nearly forty years since his retirement from Auckland University, and for the massed items they were joined by another fifty or more former singers of those choirs as well as many who’d attended Wellington Region’s NZCF May Workshops.
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It was clear that all the singers were singing their hearts out for Peter Godfrey one last time; the congregation rejoiced in sharing the heart-felt emotion of the service, aware there is much to be thankful for in the gifts he gave to New Zealand’s musical life for so long.
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Peter Averi, long-time colleague and friend, recounted Peter’s exceptional contribution to the country’s musical and choral life, John Rosser, chair of NZCF, spoke of his personal experience as a choir member for many years, expressing for us all his admiration of what every singer has gained from Peter’s choral leadership and vision, and Simon Bowden, Chair of the New Zealand Arts Foundation, described the arts world’s tremendous gratitude to Peter, as they awarded him an Arts Icon in 2005.
Simon Winn, the Cathedral’s Canon Precentor, read Psalm 139 vv1-14, and before the final blessing, the Royal School of Church Music’s Chorister’s prayer was recited by all – a fitting end to the service .