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: ORGAN RECITAL

by REGINALD GOSS-CUSTARD
From the Bishopsgate Institute

: Chamber Music

GEORGE PARKER (Baritone)
ADILA FACHIRI (Violin)
KATHLEEN LONG (Pianoforte)
ADILA FACHIRI and KATHLEEN LONG
THIS violin Sonata is in three movements.
The first begins with a bold, self-confident tune, and is laid out on big and robust lines, although here and there are moments of tranquility and of tenderness.
The second movement is called ' Romance ' ; it begins with a rather dreamy passage, and only after some hesitation does it settle down to an easily recognizable melody. A little return of the mysterious beginning rounds off the movement.
The last movement, like the first, is again mainly strenuous and full of power, although it, too, has its quieter and more meditative passages.

Contributors

Baritone: George Parker
Violin: Adila Fachiri
Pianoforte: Kathleen Long
Pianoforte: Adila Fachiri
Pianoforte: Kathleen Long

: A Religious Service

From the Birmingham Studio
Conducted by the Rev. H. McDoNNELL (of St.
Patrick's Catholic Church, Walsall)
Order of Service :
Benediction
The Music by THE CHOIR of St. Mary's Church,
The Mount, Walsall
Conducted by Mr. E. F. JOYCE

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. H. McDonnell
Conducted By: Mr. E. F. Joyce

: ORGAN RECITAL

by GILBERT MILLS
Relayed from the Church of the Messiah,
Birmingham

: The Week's Good Cause:

(From Birmingham)
An Appeal on behalf of the Birmingham Children's Hospital by Mr. HAROLD F. SWINTON (House
Governor)
Donations should be forwarded to Mr. Harold F. Swinton , [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Harold F. Swinton
Unknown: Mr. Harold F. Swinton








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