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: Chamber Music

ALFRED BARKER (Violin) and R. J. FORBES
(Pianoforte)

Contributors

Violin: Alfred Barker

: JCxcecpt from 'Christmas Oratorio" (Bach)

Relayed from The Great Hall, Oundle School
CARRIE TUBB (Soprano)
MARGARET BALFOUR (Contralto)
JOHN ADAMS (Tenor)
Topliss GREEN (Bass)
CHARLES WOODHOUSE and S. CHAMP (Principal
Ist Violins)
LEON Goossens (Principal Oboe d'Amore)
G. W. BREWSTER (Organ)
Conducted by C. M. SPURLING
Part I
CHORUS : 'Christians, be joyful '
Recit: (Tenor) ' Now it came to pass in those days'
Beqit : (Contralto) 'See now the Bridegroom ' Aria : (Contralto) ' Prepare thyself, Zion '
Choral: How shall I fitly meet Thee t
Recit: (Tenor) 'And she brought forth her First-born Son'
Choral and Recit : (Bass). 'For us to earth He cometh poor'
Aria : (Bass) 'Mighty Lord, and King all
Glorious'
Choral: 'All! Dearest Jesus'
Part II
Symphony
Recit : (Tenor) ' And there were Shepherds '
Choral: 'Break Forth. 0 beauteous, Heavenly
Light'

Contributors

Soprano: Carrie Tubb
Contralto: Margaret Balfour
Tenor: John Adams
Bass: Charles Woodhouse
Violins: Leon Goossens
Unknown: G. W. Brewster
Conducted By: C. M. Spurling

: A Religious Service

(From the Birmingham Stttdio) Address by the Very Rev. Dr. Bied (of Holy Trinity Roman atholic Church,
Sutton Coldfield)
Music by THE Birmin
GHAM ORATORY CHOIR

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE-:

(From Birmingham)
An Appeal on behalf of the Royal Cripples Hospital, Birmingham, by Lieut.-Cof.
GRAHAME DEAKIN , D.S.O. (Honorary Treasurer)

Contributors

Unknown: Grahame Deakin

: Tom Jones and the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, Orchestra

NORMAN VENNER (Baritone)
Relayed from The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne

Contributors

Baritone: Norman Venner








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