Ann Arbor churches have all made special preparations for the joyous Eastertide and next Sunday, Easter Day, will be recoguized as a festival full of joy and gladness, of beautiful floral decorations of the sacred edifices and of special musical merit at the services. The Easter music at the 10:30 a. m. service of St. Andrew's Episcopal church under the direction of R. H. Kempf, organist and choirmaster, will be particularly bright and pleasing. During the production of the program, which is given below, solos will be sung by Master Fred Daley, soprano, Mr. Walter H. Taylor, tenor, and Mr. H. Pease, baritone: l'rocessional Hymn- "He is Iiisea," Neander Chant- "Christ üur Passover," Humphries Gloria Goss Te Deum in E fiat-. Buck Jubílate in E tlat. Buck "At the Lamb's ITigli Feast We Sing" Elvey Kyrie and Gloria, Tibi Sanctus Redread Antbem- "Now is'Christ Kisen" Clare Benedictus- Agnus Dei Eyre (loria in Excelsis Chant Reeeseional Hymn- '-Hark Ten Thousand Voices" Dykee St. Thomas' ohoir and orchestra will sing Haydn's second mass at the 10:30 a. m. service next Sanday. The leading vocal parts will be laken by Miss Francés Caspary, soprano, who will sing an offertory,. Miss M. Ellen Clarken, alto, Bruno, St. James tenor, and Joseph Kelly, basso. Miss Nellie Brown will preside at the organ. Rev. Múrice Sullivau, S. .T., will preaoh the sermón at this service. The program of music at the First Baptist church is as fcrllows: MOHNING. Halleluiatie Sequence. Hurk Solo Miss Francés Taylor. All Glorious ..Motett Barnby Doublé Quartet. EVENINO. The Resurrection Shelley Mrs. Stella S. McClure. Easter Eve (violin oblig-atoi Gounod Mrs. McClure. Christ the Lord is Risen Buck Quartet. At the First M. E. chnrch, the music will be as follows, Mrs. Berryman soloist : MOBNING. As l( Began fco Dawn Koster Gloria in Excelsis Tours EVENINO. Christ Our Passover Gounod Hearken Unto Me Foster The eveniug service at the Congregatioual church will be replete with beautiful music. A doublé quartet will sing all the anthems, a duet will be sung by Mi=s Hoek and Mr. Povey, and solos will be given by Miss Clara Jaoobs, alto, Miss Daisy Burke, soprano, Mr. VV. O. Macy, basso, and Mr. Ross Spence, violinist. Mr. Spenc.e will render Spohr's magnifleent Adagio frorn "Gesangscene. " At the services of the Unitarian church there will be sorne especially fine music of which the following is the program : MOKNKO. Hail the Gladsotne Easter Morn.. Schilling Quartet- Miss Georse, Mr. Dickie, Mrs. Kompi, Mr. George. He is Risen Schnecker Mrs. Kcmpf. Christ the Lord is Htsen Buck Quartet. EVENING . Alleluia! Buck Quartet. Soprano Solo Mise George. Life's Resurrection Hour Neidlinger Quartet.