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: Light Symphony Concert.

Conductor-T H. MORRISON.

THE ORCHESTRA. Overture, Oberon - Weber
VICTOR HELLIWELL. Let Beauty Awake (Songs of Travel) - Vaughan Williams
The Dream of Little Rhys - Traditional
THE ORCHESTRA. Suite, Casse-Noisette (By Request.) - Tchaikovsky
HELEN ANDERTON. The Shepherd Song - Elgar
Go Not, Happy Day - F. Bridge
Dirge in Woods - Hubert Parry
THE ORCHESTRA. Symphony, No. 2 - Haydn
VICTOR HELLIWELL. False Phyllis - arr. H. Lane Wilson
The Little Admiral - Stanford
THE ORCHESTRA. Prize Song (The Mastersingers) - Wagner
HELEN ANDERTON. Turn Ye to Me - arr. Graham Peel
Kishmul's Galley - Kennedy-Fraser
Lullaby - Stanford
VICTOR HELLIWELL. Negro Spirituals. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - Arr. Burleigh
Byan'By - Arr. Burleigh
I Stood on do Ribber ob Jordan - Arr. Burleigh
I Got a Robe - Arr. Burleigh
Oh, Didn't It Rain? - Arr. Burleigh
THE ORCHESTRA. La Danza ( Tarentelle ) - Rossini


Contralto: Helen Anderton
Bass: Victor Helliwell
Conductor-To: T H. Morrison.


Talk to Young People.

: Methodist Hymn No. 410

" Dear Lord
' and Father of Mankind."
Religious Address: The
Rev. Herbert Leggate , M.C.
Methodist Hymn No. 620, " Hark, Hark !
My Soul."
Bible Reading. Anthem.
Methodist Hymn No. 19, " Now Thank We
All Our God."


Unknown: Rev. Herbert Leggate


9.0 10.30 ProgrammeS.B. from London.

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