CLEOPATRA from Antony and Cleopatra."
Act II., Scene 5-Alexandria, a Room in the Palace.
Act III., Scene 3-Alexandria, a Room in the Palace.
Act IV., Scene 13-Alexandria, a Monument.
Act V., Scene 2-Alexandria, a Monument.
("Stabat Mater") (Dvorak).
GLADYS PALMER. SPENCER THOMAS.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by PERCY PITT.
English Adaptation by Frederick J. W. Crower.
* Quartet and Chorus. See Her
Standing, Sad and Tearful."
Quartet, " Tears of Pity Must Be Falling."
Chorus, "O My Saviour, Fount of Blessing."
Solo (Bass) and Chorus, "May My Heart With Ardour Burn."
Chorus, " By Thy Glorious Death and Passion."
Solo (Tenor) and Chorus, "At Thy Feet in Adoration."
Chorus, "Thou Who Art For Ever Blessed."
Duet (Soprano and Tenor), "Make Me of Thy Death a Bearer."
Solo (Alto), "All My Heart Inflamed and Burning."
Quartet and Chorus:
While my body here is lying
Let my soul be swiftly flying
To Thy Glorious Paradise."
* (Lines reprinted by permission of Novello and Co., Ltd.)
Frederick J. W.
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