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: A BRASS BAND CONCERT

Relayed to London and Daventry THE BESSES 0' THE BARN BAND
Conducted by FRED ROYLE (Soloist, W. RUSHWORTH> ) (Soloist, W. WHITESIDE> )

Contributors

Conducted By: Fred Royle
Soloist: W. Rushworth>
Soloist: W. Whiteside>

: A Religious Service

from Chester Cathedral
Relayed to London and Daventry
THE BELLS
Hymn, ' The King of Love my Shepherd is
(A. and M., No. 197)
Prayers:
The Collect for Advent Sunday
A Prayer for the Sick and Suffering Thanksgiving for Mercies
Scripture Reading, Isaiah, chapter Iv
(By THE CATHEDRAL and VOLUNTARY CHOIRS)
Address by the Lord Bishop of Chester , the Rt.
Rev. HENRY LUKE PAGET ,
D.D. Hymn , ' Abide with me, fast falls the Eventide '
(A. and M., No. 27)
Organ Voluntary by J. T. HUGHES , Organist of the Cathedral

Contributors

Unknown: Lord Bishop Of Chester
Unknown: Rev. Henry Luke Paget
Unknown: D.D. Hymn
Organist: J. T. Hughes








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