By Frederic H. Cowen
GARDA HALL (soprano)
JOYCE NEWTON (soprano)
HAROLD WILLIAMS (baritone)
Autumn: To a Flower
Winter: The Snowstorm
Christmas Time: The Wassailer's Song
GARDA HALL AND JOYCE NEWTON
Spring: The Swallows
Summer: Anna Marie
Summer: Summer's here
GARDA HALL AND JOYCE NEWTON
Frederic H. Cowen Garda
Upper Tooting Methodist Church
Order of Service
Collects and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Fill Thou my life, 0 Lord my
God (M.H.B. 604 ; A. and M. 705)
Hymn, Who would true valour see
(M.H.B. 620; A. and M. 676)
Address by the Rev. WILFRID L. HANNAM
Hymn, Awake our souls ! Away our fears (M.H.B. 418 ; A. and M. 682)
Organist, D. S. HAYWARD
Choirmaster, WALTER FULLER-CLARKE
Rev. Wilfrid L.
An Appeal on behalf of ST. JOSEPH'S Hospice FOR THE DYING by the Right Hon. Lord RUSSELL of KILLOWEN,
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed].
Solo pianoforte, EGON PETRI
THE B B C ORCHESTRA
Leader, ARTHUR CATTERALL
Conducted by Sir HENRY J. WOOD
Feruccio Busoni , who died nine years ago, was one of the most eminent pianists of his day, and was so regarded in his lifetime. That, however, was not what Busoni really wanted, for it was as a composer that he wished to be commended to posterity, and it still remains to be seen how far he will ultimately have his wish.
Considering that his career as a pianist must have taken up much of his time and energy, he managed to compose a great deal-four operas including the much discussed Doktor Faust , several works for orchestra, and a fair amount of piano works. One of the most important piano works of Busoni's early period was the Concertstück, with which he carried off the Rubinstein Prize at Moscow in 1890.
Sir Henry J.
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