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: Chamber Music

THE CARDIFF STATION TRIO
THE WIRELESS SINGERS 5.45-6.15 RELIGION IN THE LIGHT OF PSYCHOLOGY
The Rev. E. S. WATER-HOUSE, D.D. : Belief, Over-belief, Unbelief -Suggestion as a Factor in Belief'

: The Religious Service

From the Birmingham
Studio
Conducted by the Right Reverend Monsignor Canon PRICE (of the Church of the Sacred Heart, Witton)
Order of Service Profession of Faith Antiphon-Adorna thalamum
Sucepimus
Prayer
The Music will be by THE SCHOLA CANTORUM of OSCOTT COLLEGE: Directed by the Rev. A. McDoNALD

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. A. McDonald

: ' The News'

WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS Bulletin

: A Military Band Concert

(From Birmingham)
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM POLICE BAND
Conducted by RICHARD WASSELL
This is the beautiful air for alto voice which is known the wide world over as ' Handel's Largo.' In this country, where we like to draw a hard and fast distinction between Sunday and weekday music, it has always been regarded as suitable for playing or singing on the most solemn occasions, although it comes from a secular work and the words have nothing to do with any religious subject. It is a stout witness on behalf of the plea that any good music which is not frivolous in its intention, is also sacred music.

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Wassell








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