by the Reproduction Organ at Steinway Hall, London.
S.B. from all Stations.
The Organ: Prelude and Fugue in G major, No. 2 (C. Saint-Saens). Siegfried Idyll (Wagner, arr. Lemare). Grand Fantasy for Organ in F minor (Mozart, arr. Lemare). Miss Catherine Aulsebrook, Contralto; Miss Adela Hamaton, Solo Pianoforte; Mr. William Anderson, Bass (British National Opera Company), "Droop Not, Young Lover (Handel), "O Ruddier than the Cherry" (Handel).
The Organ: Original Compositions by Lemare, as played by the Composer. Miss Catherine Aulsebrook, Contralto; Miss Adela Hamaton, Solo Pianoforte; Mr. William Anderson, Bass: "Myself When Young" (Liza Lehman), "Hatfield Bells" (Easthope Martin).
London Wireless Orchestra, Conducted by Mr. L. Stanton Jeffries: Grand March, "Spirit of Pageantry" (Fletcher); Overture, "Britannia" (Mackenzie); Folk Tune and Fiddle Dance (Fletcher).
Mr. William Michael, Baritone, of the British National Opera Company: "It is Enough" ("Elijah") (Mendelssohn).
[Orchestra] conducted by:
Rector of Lambeth: Hymn, "Eternal Father, Strong to Save"; "Songs of the Sea" (C. V. Stanford), for Baritone Solo, Chorus and Orchestra.
Solo Baritone, Mr. William Michael (Selected Chorus from British National Opera Company, Covent Garden Chorus).
Orchestra: Ballet Music, "La Source" (Delibes).
The Rev. William F. O. T.
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