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: A Contingent of the London Chamber Orchestra

Conducted by Anthony Bernard

Overture, 'Alessandro'...Handel
Suite of Sixteenth-Century Pieces for Strings...Dowland, arr. Peter Warlock
Galiarda Dolorosa (Peter Phillips) (Composed in 1593); Semper Dowland semper dolens; Mr George Whitehead his Almand; Lachrimae Verse; The King of Denmark's Galliard; The Earle of Essex Galliard (First Performance)

These pieces are from a book of instrumental music published by Dowland in 1605, under the title of 'Lachrimae, or seven teares figured in seven passionate pavans, with divers other pavans, galliards and almands.' The string parts have been literally transcribed from the original edition by Peter Warlock.

Sinfonia to Church Cantata, No. 156...Bach, ed. Dr. Whitaker
Seven Housman Songs for Voice and Violin...R. Vaughan Williams (First Performance)
Suite from 'Les Fetes d'Hebe' (Overture; Rigaudon; Passepied; Musette en Rondeau)...Rameau
Pastoral Suite for Chamber Orchestra, 'In Time of Shepherds' ('Shepherds All and Maidens Fair'; 'Dialogue Between a Shepherd and Two Shepherdesses'; 'To Diaphenia'; 'Flora's Holiday')...Alec Rowley (First Performance - The Composer at the Piano)
Concerto in B Flat for Two Violins and Orchestra (Transcribed from contemporary MS parts by E. van der Straeten) (Allego - Largo - Allegro)...Vivaldi, ed. Anthony Bernard
'Oft Have I Sighed'...Thomas Campion
'Whither Runneth My Sweetheart'...John Bartlett
'Welcome Lord' (Cantata 61)...Bach
Adagio...Mozart
Sinfonia, 'The Ephesian Matron'...Dibdin

Contributors

Conductor: Anthony Bernard
Soprano: Joan Elwes
Violin: Samuel Kutcher
Violin: Sidney Hall
Piano: Alec Rowley

: Reading

by Basil Gill

Contributors

Reader: Basil Gill

: A Simple Service

with an Address by The Rev. H.R.L. Sheppard

Contributors

Speaker: Rev. H.R.L. Sheppard

: The Week's Good Cause

The National Children Adoption Association - Appeal by Mr. John Galsworthy

Contributors

Speaker: John Galsworthy

: Organ Recital

by Reginald Goss Custard
Relayed from Bishopsgate Institute

Organ Sonata (1st Movement)...Elgar
Swing Song...Ethel Barnes
'Chelsea Fayre'...Goss Custard

Contributors

Organist: Reginald Goss Custard

: From the Studio

Wynne Ajello (Soprano):
Hymn to the Sun (Le Coq d'Or)...Rimsky-Korsakov
Dance Away...Denza

Stuart Robertson (Bass):
Yes, Yes, Thy Foes I Soon Will Conquer...Bach

Stephen Wearing (Solo Pianoforte):
Etude in F Sharp...Arensky
Hexentanz...MacDowell
Prelude in B Flat - Chopin
Scherzo, from Sonata in B Minor...Chopin

Wynne Ajello:
Nymphs and Sylvains...Bemberg
By the Waters of Minnetonka...Lieurance

Stuart Robertson:
To Althea, from Prison...F. Keel
Over the Mountains...arr. Quilter

Contributors

Soprano: Wynne Ajello
Bass: Stuart Robertson
Pianist: Stephen Wearing

: Organ Recital

(Continued).

Piece Heroique...Saint-Saens
Festival Toccata...Percy Fletcher

Contributors

Organist: Reginald Goss Custard








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