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: ORGAN RECITAL

-By the Rev. CYRIL JACK -
SON, Succentor of Southwark Cathodral
Assisted by VYVYAN LEWIS (Violoncello)
Relayed from Southwark
Cathedral
BRUCH (183S-1920) was once Conductor of the Liverpool Philharmonic Society, and was for many years a famous teacher in Berlin. Kol
Nidrei is a prayer intoned in some Jewish synagogues on the Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur).
Bruch used this sad chant as the basis of a piece for Solo 'Cello, Harp, and Orchestra. It is most frequently heard in an arrangement for 'Cello and Piano, or Organ.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Cyril Jack
Assisted By: Vyvyan Lewis

: Prof. G. ELLIOT SMITH, ' The Movements of Living Creatures '

IN this, the last but one of this interesting series of talks, Professor Elliot Smith will talk of a group of little animals, the Tree Shrews, that, living a protected life in the trees, cultivated their intelligence without becoming unduly specialised. The first stage in the increase of their adaptability and skill is revealed in the fascinating little creature, the Spectral Tarsier-a picture of which appears on page 648-that he mentioned in his first talk.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Elliot Smith

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

The Sonatas of Mozart

: THE CASANO OCTET

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
STUDENTS
SARAH FISCHER (Soprano)
7.52 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE STUDENTS' SONGS
Come, Here's to Robin Hood
The Sweetest Girl (sung to the tune of ' John
Peel ')
A Graduation Song
8.30 app. A Reading of His Own Poems by The Hon. EVAN MORGAN , assisted by DOROTHY WARREN
9.0 ; WEATHER FORE
CAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN; Local Announcements

Contributors

Soprano: Sarah Fischer
Unknown: Evan Morgan
Assisted By: Dorothy Warren








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