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
LEON Goossens (Principal Oboe d'Amore)
G. W. BREWSTER (Organ)
Conducted by C. M. SPURLING
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
Choral: 'All! Dearest Jesus'
Recit : (Tenor) ' And there were Shepherds '
Choral: 'Break Forth. 0 beauteous, Heavenly
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