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: WINNING BAND

of the METROPOLITAN POLICE
FESTIVAL.
(By kind permission of the Commissioner, Metropolitan Police.)
DOROTHY LEBISH and VIVIEN LAMBELET
(Duets).
MICHAEL HEAD
(Baritone).
MARJORIE HAYWARD
(Violin).
THE BAND.

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Lebish
Unknown: Vivien Lambelet

: Part of the Service of Dedication of Bells

relayed from York Minster
Anthem, " Lord, Who Has Made Us For Thine Own."
Processional Hymn (E.H. 512) - "When Morning Gilds the Skies."
Dedication Prayers, followed by short peal of Bells.
Prayers.

: Hymn (E.H. 466)-" 0 Worship the King."

Blessing by the Dean.
Peal of Bells.

: DOROTHY LEBISH and VIVIEN LAMBELET.

DOROTHY LEBISH and VIVIEN LAMBELETTwo Negro Spirituals, arranged for 2 female voices by Napoleon Lambelet :

: approx.). Felix Aylmer

reading
" II Penseroso" and " L'Allegro,"
By JOHN MILTON.

Contributors

Unknown: John Milton.

: Evening Service

PUBLIC WORSHIP.
Relayed from WESTMINSTER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
Prelude, "The Deluge." Hymn, 240, "O Worship the Lord."
Prayer and Lord's Prayer. Te Deum 774. Holy Scripture. Organ Interlude. Miss ETHEL MAUNDER .
"Come Unto Him" ("Messiah").
Prayer.
Offertory and Voluntary.
Hymn 338, "The Lord is Rich and Merciful."
Address : " The Call of Christ" - The Rev. Dr. G. CAMPBELL MORGAN .
Hymn 357, "Just as I Am."
Benediction.
Silent Prayer.
At the Organ: Mr. E. EMLYN DAVIES, F.R.C.O.
Hymns taken from the Congregational Hymnary.

Contributors

Unknown: Ethel Maunder
Unknown: Dr. G. Campbell Morgan
Unknown: Mr. E. Emlyn Davies

: Songs of Praise

being some
Modem Hymns selected from
"Songs of Praise."
Sung by THE WIRELESS CHORUS:
Chorus Master,
STANFORD ROBINSON. THE SONG OF DEBORAH (The Bible).
" Songs of Praise "-"LET Us Now PRAISE FAMOUS
MEN" (The Apocrypha). " Songs of Praise "-

Contributors

Chorus Master: Stanford Robinson.

: The Week's Good Cause

The Hospital Saturday Fund. Appeal by Sir HENRY JACKSON, M.A., M.B., M.P.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Henry Jack

: EDWARD GRIEG PROGRAMME.

THE CASANO OCTET.
LILIAN COOPER (Soprano).
ETHEL BARTLETT
(Solo Pianoforte).
THE OCTET.
"March of the Dwarfs." " Serenade Francaise. "A Dream."
" She Dances."
LILIAN COOPER.
" Summer Night."
" Autumn. Gale," Op. 18, No.4.
ETHEL BARTLETT.
Albumblatt No. 3.
Arietta.
Poetic Tone Picture.
. Little Bird.
Butterfly.
THE OCTET.
Erotik.
Au den Fruhling. A tes Pieds
Au Berceau.
LILIAN COOPER.
Solveig's Cradle Song," (Ibsen's
Op. 23, No. 2
"Solveig's Song," Op.(Ibsen's " Peer
Gynt ")
23, No. I
THE OCTET.
Gade.
Brooklet.
Homeward.
Waldesstille.
ETHEL BARTLETT.
Lonely Wanderer. Wedding Day.
LILIAN COOPER.
"Faith," Op. 33, No. 11.
" Wildberries. "Op. 33, No. 4. "Rosebud," Op. 18, No. 8.
THE OCTET.
Berceuse.
Two Norwegian Dances.

Contributors

Soprano: Lilian Cooper
Soprano: Ethel Bartlett
Unknown: Lilian Cooper.
Unknown: Ethel Bartlett.
Unknown: Lilian Cooper.
Unknown: Ethel Bartlett.
Unknown: Lilian Cooper.








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