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: Manchester Young People's Week

The Rt. Hon. the LORD MAYOR of Manchester (Councillor WlLLIAM Davy ) : ' Young People's
Week'

Contributors

Unknown: Wllliam Davy

: Noung people's Service

Relayed from Manchester Cathedral
Hymn, ' Love divine, all loves excelling ' (Hymns
A. and M., No. 520)
Lord's Prayer, etc. Magnificat Lesson
Nunc Dimittis Creed
Prayers
Hymn, Blake's ' Jerusalem'
Address by the Very Rev. the Dean of Manchester (DR. HEWLETT JOHNSON)
Hymn, ' City of God, how broad and far (E. H.,
No. 375)
Blessing
Final Amen

: A Gounod Programme

(Born June 17, 1818)
THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA
Conducted by HARRY MORTIMER
Roman March
Ballet Music from ' Cinq Mars '
LILY ALLEN (Soprano) Jewel Song (' Faust
ORCHESTRA
Dance of Bacchantes Sultarello
LEE THISTLETHWAITE (Baritone)
Recitative and Cavatina, ' Even bravest heart ' Ballad of Queen Mabs
ORCHESTRA
Hymn to St. Cecilia
(Solo Violin, DON HYDEN )
Quand tu chantes (When you sing)
Lily ALLEN
Waltz Song ('Romeo and Juliet ')
LEE THISTLETHWAITE
It is not always May The Valley

Contributors

Conducted By: Harry Mortimer
Unknown: Bacchantes Sultarello
Baritone: Lee Thistlethwaite
Violin: Don Hyden
Unknown: Lee Thistlethwaite








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