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: MAUD, CYCLE OF SONGS

(Somervell)
Sung by IVAN MELLODEW (Baritone)
At the Pianoforte, ERIC FOGG
I hate the dreadful Hollow A Voice by the Cedar Tree
She came to the Village Church 0 let the solid Ground
Birds in the high Hall Garden Go not, happy Day
I have led her Home
Come into the Garden, Maud The Fault-was mine Dead, long dead
O that 'twere possible
My Life has crept so long

Contributors

Sung By: Ivan Mellodew

: THE NORTHERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by JOHN BRIDGE

Contributors

Directed By: John Bridge

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From Carlisle Cathedral
(From Newcastle)
(Daventry National Programme)
Hymn, 'Immortal, invisible, God onlv wise (English Hymnal, . 4U7)
Versicles Psalm 133 Le.win
Nunc Dimittis, Stanford in A Creed
Collects
Soloist, ARTHUR SYKES
Prayers
Hymn, Father, hear the Prayer we offer (English Hymnal, 385) Address by the Right Reverend Henry Herbert Williams ,
Bishop of Carlisle
Hymn, God moves in a mysteriousWay (English Hymnal, 304)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Herbert Williams








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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