'ICH HABE GENUG.'
('It is enough')
Relayed from The Guildhall School of Music
Singer: KEITH FALKNER (Baritone); Players
. JOHN FIELD (Oboe)
I LESLIE WOODGATE (Organ)
THE WIRELESS STRING ORCHESTRA
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
No. 1. Aria : .
It is enough. For now with mine eyes have I seen Thy salvation, Which Thou hast prepared for our consolation. He is the Redeemer and Saviour. Thy word I believe, And trusting Thy promise, my heart is at rest. Today should'st Thou call me, with gladness would I take my departure. It is enough.
No. 2. Recitative and Arioso:
It is enough ! My trust is in the Lord, I know that He is mine, and I would be with Him; His promise I believe; thus shall I share with Simeon the joy of everlasting life, and in that hope shall I depart ! For all the sins and errors of my life, dear Lord forgive me, Ah (in Thy mercy is my hope; with joy I bid the world farewell; It is enough!
No. 3. Aria :
Slumber on. Oh weary spirit softly calmly, take thy rest. World, farewell, no longer here I stay where my soul no peace can find, nought but sorrow, pain and anguish compass me about on ev'ry side. Here I must in sadness languish, but I know on my beloved Saviour's bosom there is rest.
No. 4. Recitative and Arioso :
My God! O let me now depart, My troubles o'er, my journey
! ended, In the cool earth let me be laid, the gentle earth from
' which I came. My farewell now is spoken. World I good night.
No. 5. Aria:
With gladness will I now depart. My work is done, my journey ended. Therefore with joy I will depart.
; My glad heart with joy shall sing, When I cast off the bonds which bind me.
The text Is reprinted by permission of Messrs. Breitkopf and Hartel.
Cantatas for the next four Sundays are :
February 9, No. 19.Ã¢ÂÂ Es erhub sich ein Streit (A Tumult arose).
February 16, No. 106.Ã¢ÂÂ Gottes Zeit ist die allerbcsts Zeit
(God's time is The Best).
February 23, No. 126.Ã¢ÂÂ Erhalt' uns, Herr, bel delncm Wort
(Sustain us, Lord, by Thy blest word).
March 2, No. 127.Ã¢ÂÂHerr Jesu Christ , wahr'r Mensch und Gott
(tord Jesu Christ , Thou Man and God).
Romans xiv to xv, v. 21
Relayed from ST. JOHN'S, SMITH SQUARE
Conducted by The Rev. Canon C. S. WOODWARD
Hymn, ' Jesu, good above all other I (English
Lesson, St. Luke ii, 40-52 Creed
Hymn, ' He who would valiant be' (English
Address by Canon WOODWARD Hymn , Behold a little child' (English Hymnal,
Conducted by B: WALTON O'DONNELL
GLADYS RIPLEY (Contralto)
Leonard Gowings (Tenor)
FROM THE STUDIO
Conducted by The Rev. Canon W. H. ELLIOTT
'Home and Friendship'
Hymn (Ancient and Modern, 281) ' Lead us,
Prayer from Scripture
Hymn (Ancient and Modem, 261) ' ' Blest are the pure in heart ')
Lesson, I Cor. xiii
Hymn (Ancient and Modern, 620)
Love Uivine , all love excelling'
Address by Canon ELLIOTT
Hymn (Ancient and Modem,
198) ' '0 Jesu, Thou art standing '
Appeal on behalf of KING EDWARD'S HOSPITAL FUND by The Rt. Hon. The EARL OF
IN 1897 King Edward VII (then
Prince of Wales) founded what is now the King Edward's Hospital Fund for London as a central fund for collecting, by means of subscriptions, donations, and legacies, additional funds for the hospitals of London. The fund now distributes annually no less than £250,000 to 140 hospitals in and around London.
The Earl of Donoughmore, K.P., P.C, who is broadcasting the appeal, has been chairman of the Management Committee of the fund since January, 1926.
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ISOLDE MENGES (Violin)
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Leader, S. KNEALE KELLEY )
Conducted by PERCY PITT A character sketch of the two composers, appears on page 262.