The Lord's Prayer Magnificat
Reading: Philippians, chapter iv, verses 4-8
Nunc Dimittis Prayer
Hymn. ' Love Divine. all loves excelling (A.and M., No. 520)
Address by the Rt. Rev. THE BISHOP OF MIDDLE
TON, Dr. R. G. PARSONS
Hymn. ' The Day Thou gavest, Lord. is ended '
(A. and M... No. 477)
THE LANSDOWNES VOCAL QUARTET: EDITH PASS (Soprano). ELSIE WILLIAMSON (Contralto), SELWYN DYSON (Tenor). WILLIAM WALKER
FRITZ KAUFFMANN (born 1855) is a conductor and composer well known in Germany. He has been conductor of the symphony and oratorio concerts at Magdeburg, and in 1892 was given the title of 'Royal Director.' His works include a Symphony, Concertos for Pianoforte, Violin and 'Cello, and a good deal of chamber music, including the Wind Quintet we are to hear. Of its four Movements, the first and the last arc active and somewhat developed, the Second is a Scherzo and the Third the Slow Movement.
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