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: Handel


The Wireless Symphony Orchestra, The Wireless Chorus: conducted by Herbert A. Carruthers
Concerto Grosso in A Major (No. 11 of the " Concerti Grossi ") for Strings and Continuo.

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Singers: The Wireless Chorus
Conductor: Herbert A. Carruthers

: Handel


Robert Radford (bass), The Wireless Symphony Orchestra, The Wireless Chorus: conducted by Herbert A. Carruthers Robert Radford (with orchestra):
Recit. and Aria, "I Rage, I Melt, I Burn."
"O Ruddier Than the Cherry" ("Acis and Galatea")
The Chorus:
"He Gave Them Hailstones" ("Israel in Egypt")
"I Will Say Unto the Lord " ("Israel in Egypt")
The Orchestra:
"Water Music" (arr. Hamilton Harty)
Robert Radford (with orchestra):
"Honour and Arms" ("Samson")
"Hear Me, Ye Winds and Waves" ("Julius Caesar and Scipio")
The Orchestra and Chorus:
Hallelujah Chorus ("Messiah")

Contributors

Bass: Robert Radford
Musicians: The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Singers: The Wireless Chorus
Conductor: Herbert A. Carruthers

: Byzantine Church Music

The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Followed by "Angelus" (Massenet)

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Herbert A. Carruthers

: Bells of St. Botolph's Church, Bishopsgate

Rung by the Ancient Society of College Youths.
Method: Grandsire Triples.

Contributors

Bell ringers: The Ancient Society of College Youths

: Service.

Relayed from Edinburgh.
Address by the Rev. C. L. WARR ,
M.A., St. Giles's Cathedral.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. C. L. Warr

: Short Recital of S. S. Wesley's Church Music.

(April 19th, 50th anniversary of his death.)

: The Week's Good Cause

The Croydon General Hospital. Appeal by Capt. BARNARD.

: The Casano Octet

Contributors

Musicians: The Casano Octet
Soprano: Vivien Lambelet








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