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: Chamber Music and Oratorio

The Chester Trio: Alby Hull (Violin), F.W. Hague ('Cello), A.B. Coleman (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Violin: Alby Hull
Cello: F.W. Hague
Pianoforte: A.B. Coleman

: Excerpts from THE CREATION '

(Haydn)
Sung by the MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR
Directed by Dr. A. W. WILSON
Relayed from the Cathedral

Contributors

Directed By: Dr. A. W. Wilson

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

From tho Studio
' A Religion for Every Day '
Sacred Music by the STATION QUARTET

: THE STATION Choir

Hymn, ' '0 brother man, fold to thy heart thy brother ' (Whittier) (Fellowship Hymn Book, No. 22)
Scripture Reading: St. Mark, Chapter n,
Verse 14; Chapter iii, Verse 5
Hymn, ' They who tread the path of labour '
(Henry Van Dyke ) (F.H.B., No. 91)
Address by Principal G. A. SUTHERLAND , of Dalton Hall
Hymn ' 0 Master, let me walk with Thee'
(Gladden) (F.H.B., No. 97)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry van Dyke
Unknown: G. A. Sutherland

: A BAND CONCERT

BESSES o' TH' BARN BAND, conducted by FRED ROYLE
WALTER GLYNNE (Tenor)

Contributors

Conducted By: Fred Royle
Tenor: Walter Glynne








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