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: A CONCERT

DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano)
LEONARD Gowings (Tenor)
LESLIE ENGLAND (Pianoforte)
The J. H. Squire CELESTE OCTET

Overture, ' Oberon ' - Weber, arr. Squire
3.40 DOROTHY Bennett The Early Morning - Graham Peel
The Fairy Laundry Montague - Phillips
Tho Maid o' Dundee - Scots Song, arr. Bell
3.48 OCTET On wings of song - Mendelssohn
The Bee - Francois chubert
Classic* ' - arr. Ewing
4.5 Leslie. England Two Fairy Tales, Op. 26, No. 3, and Op. 20, No. o â?¢ - Medtner
Hark, hark, tho Lark' - Schubert, arr. Liszt
Scherzo in C Sharp Minor - Chopin
4.20 OCTET Ave Maria - Bach-Qounod
Second Hungarian Rhapsody - Liszt
Cavatina - P-aff
4-40 Leonard Gowings May Night - Brahms
Ah, moon of my delight (' Persian Garden ') - Lehmann
4.48 OCTET A Contrast in Waltzes : Risette - Lehar
Invitation to the Waltz - Weber
5.2 DOROTHY Bennett and Leonard Gowings Under the stars - Goring Thomas
A Night in Venice - Lucantoni
5-10 OCTET Evensong at Twilight - J. H. Squire
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso - Mendelssohn
Abide with me - S. Liddle

: Reading from ' The Pilgrim's Progress '

IV, ' Vanity Fair and Mr. By-ends '
' A ND the name of that town is Vanity ;
A- and at the Town there is a Fair kept, called Vanity Fair it is kept all the year long ; it beareth the name of Vanity. Fair because the Town wKero 'tis kept is lighter than Vanity; and also because all that is there sold, or that comoth thither, is Vanity....."

: app: (Eburcb Cantata

(No. 98) asacb
From St. Ann's Church
S.B. from Manchester
' Was Gott thut, DAS ist wohlgethan ' " (What God does, that is surely right )
Gladys Sweeney (Soprano)
Constance FELPTS (Contralto) • Arthur Wilkes (Tenor)
• Reginald WHITEHEAD (Bass) THE ST. ANN'S Church CHOIR
Geobge Pritchard (Organ)
The NORTHERN Wireless ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. Morrison
(For the words of the Cantata see page 237.)
Next week's Cantata^w No. 115, 'Mache dich, main Qeist, bereit ' {'Beady be my soul alway').

: Manchester Cathedral

S.B. from Manchester
The Bells
Special Service
Hymn, ' Love Divine all loves excelling ' (Ancient and Modern, 520)
Lord's Prayer and Versicles
The Magnificat
The Lesson
Nunc Dimittis
Prayers
Hymn, ' City of God ' (English Hymnal, 375)
Address by the Rev. HAROLD ANSON , M.A.
Hymn, ' The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is Ended ' (Ancient and Modern, 477)
The Blessing

: THE WEEK'S GOOD Cause :

Appeal on behalf of the Central Council for the Social Welfare of Girls and Women in London by Dame Madge KENDAL
MANY different societies are working for the welfare of girls in London. It is the function of the Central Council to provide common ground where workers of all creeds can meet and consult with each other, with the L.C.C., and with the Government Departments on matters which concern their work. The Council collects and distributes information, organizes special inquiries, and acts as a general staff for those who take part in this great work.
Contributions, which may be earmarked for particular societies or forms of work, should be sent to [address removed]

: An Orchestral Concert

Claire Croiza (Soprano)
THE London Chamber Orchestra
Conducted by Anthony BERNARD
IN the days when Handel's influence was great in this country, William Boyce (1710-1779) had an honoured name as a British composer of force and individuality. This composer and organist to the Chapel Royal, and Master of the King's Music, is best known by his edition of a great collection of Cathedral music. His own compositions included anthems and services, besides masque music, songs for the theatre, and some chamber music.
DELIUS' lovely little impression for small orchestra is one of his fairly recent works.
In it he evokes yet another of those moods in which we delight — moods that have at once something comprehensive and universal, that can be enjoyed by a sensitive hearer of any nationality, and also, we like to think, something that reflects the peculiar beauty of our native countryside.
A T the beginning of last century there wore Pleasure Gardens at Ranelagh which were among London's most popular resorts.
Charles Dibdin , whom nowadays we hardly remember except by a few such songs as Tom Bowling and The Jolly Waterman, wrote several light Operas for Ranelagh. One of the greatest favourites was The Ephesian Matron, which has a splendid Sinfonia, or Overture, full of gay, lilting melody.
PULENC (born 1899) is one of the youngest of the French group of young composers formerly known as ' The Six,' who in methods differed a good deal from each other, but who were at one in their iconoclasm. They aim particularly at clarity and concision — so say their supporters. His work Mouvements Perpetuels was originally written for Pianoforte, and has been arranged by the composer for a chamber orchestra consisting of a small body of Strings, iwith one each of Flute, Oboe, Cor Anglais , Clarinet, Bassoon, and Horn.

: Claire Croiza French Folk Songs

Tlf-AURICE BESLY is a young Yorkshireman JU- who, since the war, has become well known, first in Oxford, as organist of Queen's College, and conductor of the Oxford Orchestra, and then in the wider world of music, as conductor and composer. '." ' : * ?"'?' ••???? We hear a great deal about the ' forward' children of today. Mr. Besly playfully assumes that the modern babe demands, even in his cradle, something a little different from the old-fashioned Lullaby. It will be found, how
; ever, that this piece is not, after all, excessively ' ' modern,' at any rate in the sense of being cacophonous.
QtCHUBERT wrote three Overtures in the key
- O of D, one when he was fifteen and the other
' two about five years later. One of the later ones is in two Movements, respectively slow and quick, the first being similar to ~a section of _ the. Overture, we know by the name, of the play if osamunde.

: Epilogue

'The Labourets in the Vinepard'








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