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Cardiff Musical Society


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Third Concert of the Season 1928-1929
Relayed from the Park Hall
An Oratorio by MENDELSSOHN
Artists :
REX PALMER (Baritone)
CnoRUS of the Cardiff Musical Society
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
Part I
Introduction, ' As God the Lord Overture
Chorus, ' Help, Lord!'
Duet, with Chorus ' Zion spreadeth her hands Lord bow thine ear' Recitative, ' Ye People, rend your hearts Air, 'If with all your hearts'
Chorus, 'Yet doth the Lord see it not' Recitative, Elijah, get thee hence Double Quartet, ' For He shall give
Recitative, Air, and Duet, ' Help me, man of God! '
Chorus, ' Blessed are the men '
Recitative and Chorus, ' As God the Lord Chorus Baal, we crv to thee'
Call him louder
Recitative and Chorus, ' Hear our Cry '
Recitative and Chorus, ' Baal, hear and answer' Recitative and Air, ' Lord God of Abraham ' Quartet, 'Cast thy burden '
Recitative, ' 0 Thou who makest ' Chorus, ' The fire descends Air, Is not His word ' Air, ' Woe unto them'
Recitative, Air and Chorus, ' Look down on us ' Chorus, ' Thanks be to God '


Contralto: Gladys Palmer
Leader: Albert Voorsanger
Conducted By: Warwick Braithwaite

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Cardiff Musical Society

5WA Cardiff, 29 March 1929 19.45

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