with Address by The Very Rev. DEAN OF YORK (Dr. LIONEL
Relayed from The Minster, York Proper Psalms, N.os. 19 and 85 To Deum and Benedictus-Stanford in B Flat
Hymns: Christians, Awake (three verses); Hark! the Herald Angels Sing; 0 Come, all ye Faithful
' Canterbury CATHEDRAL
Evensong with special Psalms 110 and 132 Magnificat and Nimc Dimittis set to Stanford in C Anthem, 'There were Shepherds' 'For Unto Us '
Carols : Come. Listen to My Story (16th Century melody) : A Day, a Day of Glory (Old French Tune); In dulci jubilo'(14th Century melody)
Interpreted by WILLIAM PRIMROSE Sonata in A Minor,
THIS is a work in four Movements :-
I. Grave , and II. Fugue. These are very similar in substance and form. to the Adagio and Fugue- of the G Minor Sonata, described in Wednesday's programme.
III. Andante (Flowing). The flow is very gentle. A characteristic feature is the reiteration of notes on one string while a melody is played on another.
IV. Allegro (Quick). This is one of those
' perpetual motion pieces of which Bach wrote so many fine examples. It makes a finish to t lie series that is both dignified and exhilarating.
WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano)
Roy HENDERSON (Baritone) EDWARD ISAACS (Piano)
THE WIRELESS MALE CHORUS
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted bv
Lieut. B. WALTON O'DONNELL , M.V.O., F.R.A.M., R.M.
NOTE : This programme has been compiled from suggestions contained in over a hundred complete programmes Bent in by listeners as a result of the series of ' My Programmes ' recently broadcast.
God Save the King
Lieut. B. Walton
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