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THE PRIMROSE-KRISK TRIO : WILLIAM PRIMROSE (Violin), MANUCCI (Violoncello), SERGE KRISH (Pianoforte). with OLGA HALEY (Soprano) and HUCH McKAY (Tenor)
Selected Song'
Selected Songs


Pianoforte: Serge Krish
Soprano: Olga Haley
Unknown: Olga Haley


Joseph and his Brethren (Genesis, ch. xlii.-xlv)

: The Rev. FRANK NICHOL, of the Colonial Missionary Society : ' On the Road to El Dorado '

FOR the past twelve years the Rev. Frank Niehol has worked in Britain's only South
American colony. British Guiana, as superintendent of the Colonial Missionary Society. His activities have embraced not only white men and the descendants of the African slaves who were brought to work on the sugar plantations, but also the remnants of the aboriginal tribes, particularly the Arawak Indians.


Unknown: Rev. Frank Niehol

: Church Choral Music

Recital by The Choir of St. John's Church, Hurstpierpoint

Relayed from Hurstpierpoint College

King Jesus Hath a Garden (Words from the Dutch c. 1609: Melody Harmonized by Charles Wood)

(First, Second and Last Verses)

(Unaccompanied Double Quartes)

Hymn (519. English Hymnal)

With Descant by H. A. Hawkins 'Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones'


Hymn (74. A. and M.), 'Father, Let Me Dedicate'
(Tune. ' Father, Let Me ')
Bible Reading Psalm 130
Chant, J. Turle in F, adapted from Pnrcell Prayer
Hymn (172, A. and M.). ' Praise to the Holiest in the Height ' (Tune, ' Gerontius ')
Address by the Rev. C. C. MARTINDALE
Hymn (17 A. and M.), The Sun is Sinking Fast '
(Tune, St. Columbo)
The Lord's Prayer The Blessing
Sevenfold Amen
ONE of the most distinguished living Jesuit theologians nnd preachers, Fr. Martindale. is also a particularly effective broadcast speaker, as those listeners will remember who heard his address from Glasgow (which London also broadcast) a month ago.


Unknown: J. Turle
Unknown: Rev. C. C. Martindale

: The WEEK'S Good CAUSE: Queen Mary's Hospital for the East End. Appeal by Sir LEONARD LYLE, M.P.

This Hospital is situated in the poorest part of London, and serves a population of two millions. It has the fourth largest OutPatient Department in the Metropolis, the attendances last year numbering 145.780, and the casualties dealt with in that Department totalled '26,676. Its Maternity Wing is the fourth largest in England. Founded in 1861 as a dispensary, it has since grown into a great General Hospital, and it was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1917. During the last four years three new wings have been erected and paid for at a cost of £ 120,000. A further new wing which is being built will contain 24 beds for casualties, a new Children's Medical Ward, a Solarium for Sunlight treatment (probably the only one in London), and a very much enlarged X-Ray Department.
Donations should be sent to [address removed]


Unknown: Sir Leonard Lyle


MAURICE COLE (Pianoforte)
Movements from Second Orchestral Suite
MOSZKOWSKI, whose graceful music has been so widely played, died a poor man owing to losses brought about through the war.
He was a Pole, born in 1854, who was for long equally popular as Concert Pianist and Composer.
His Second Orchestral Suite (Op. 47) was first heard in this country in 1890: when the Composer conducted it at a Philharmonic concert. It includes a part for the Organ, an instrument, of course, not often available in the concert room. There are altogether six Movements, four of which we are now to hear.


Pianoforte: Maurice Cole
Conducted By: Percy Pitt

: MAURICE COLE with Orchestra

Concerto in E
MOSZKOWSKI. on his concert tours, used to play the solo part in this work a good deal.
In it he made his first appearance as a Pianist in England, in 1898. Concertos usually have three Movements, but this one has four.


Cortege : Torch Dance


In Autumn
The Juggleress


Moorish Fantasia (Boabdil)

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