By CHARLES F. WATERS
Organist and Director of the Choir, St. Mary's, Guildford
Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow Church
Prelude and Fugue in G - Bach
First Movement and Intermezzo from Sonata in E Minor - Rheinberger
Two Studies on old English Hymn Tunes: '9th Tune' by Tallis - C. Charlton Palmer
'Manchester New' - C. Charlton Palmer
Cantabile from Symphony 6 - Widor
Finale from Sonata in B Minor - C. F. Waters
by the PEOPLE'S CONCERT SOCIETY
In co-operation with The B. B. C.
Relayed from Hammersmith Town Hall
(Fourth Concert of Seventh Series)
THE Trio was originally written for Pianoforte, Clarinet and 'Cello. There are three
Movements, the last of which is a set of Variations on an air from an Opera by one Weigl—a tune that ivas very popular at the time Beethoven wrote this Trio (about 1798)
' Their Kame Liveth For Evermore '
A LL the year round, the memorials stand there in memory of the dead— majestically, as the Cenotaph and the Menin Gate , or simply, modestly, as those forests of headstones that clothe the ravaged fields of France. But this is the day when all eyes are focussed on them, and everyone will particularly want to hear this talk by the Vice-Chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission.
From St. Martin-in-the-Fields
THE BAND OF H.M. WELSH Guards, by kind permission of the Commanding Officer, Col. T. R. C. PRICE, C.M.G.,
D.S.O., conducted by Captain ANDREW HARRIS
Order of Service :
The National Anthem Prayer
Hymn, '0 Valiant Hearts ' Prayer
Short Address by the Rev. H. R. L. SHEPPARD Hymn, ' When I Survey the Wondrous Cross ' Prayer
Last Post and Short Prayer Reveille
Hymn, ' For all the Saints ' Prayer
Reading, I Cor. xiii Prayer
Hymn. ' Praise, my Soul, the King of Heaven ' The Hallelujah Chorus Blessing
Relayed from the Queen’s Hall
(For Full Programme see Page 265)
8.0 A REMEMBRANCE FESTIVAL
Under the auspices of the Daily Express
Relayed from the Royal Albert Hall
Community Singing. conducted by T. P.
Park Up Your Troubles Blighty
If the Sergeant Drinks Your Rum Let's All Go Down the Strand
Who Killed Cock Robin ?
Where are the Boys of the Old Brigade ? Are We Downhearted ? Wash Me in the Water
If You were the Only Girl in the World Soldiers of the King Tipperary
Pack Up Your Troubles
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