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: Orchestral Concert.

THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conductor.
JOSEPH LEWIS.

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Lewis.

: An Hour with Bach.

The Chorale as treated by John Sebastian Bach , with Explanatory Notes by Dr. GORDON ANDERSON.
Musical Illustrations by THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
GERTRUDE DAVIES
(Soprano).
STANLEY FINCHETT (Tenor).
HAROLD HOWES (Baritone).
Items Include :
Chorale from Cantata No. 29.
Overture to Part 2 Cantata No.
75.
Baritojie Recitative from Cantata
No. 70.
Duets from Cantata No. 58.
Chorale and Recitative from Cantata No. 94.
Chorale from Cantata No. 51.
(Solo Trumpet played by RICHARD MERRIMAN. )
Religious Service. Conducted by the Rev. G. W. BEVAN
(of Bolduiere Baptist Church).
Relayed from the Ehenezer
Church.

Contributors

Unknown: John Sebastian Bach
Unknown: Dr. Gordon Anderson.
Soprano: Gertrude Davies
Tenor: Stanley Finchett
Baritone: Harold Howes
Played By: Richard Merriman.
Unknown: Rev. G. W. Bevan

: The Week's Good Cause

An
Appeal on behalf of the City Hospital, Worcester.

: A BEETHOVEN EVENING.

Radio Fantasy No. 14.
" Beethoven."
Written by IDA M. DOWNING.
Music arranged by JOSEPH LEWIS.
Characters :
Mind Picture : The Scene takes place in the. Music Room at the Home of the Brunswicks.
Pianoforte Music played by NIGEL DALLAWAY.

Contributors

Arranged By: Joseph Lewis.
Played By: Nigel Dallaway.

: THE STATION ORCHESTRA

Conductor, JOSEPH LEWIS.
Overture. " Egmont."
Slow Movement from Symphony
No. 2, Op. 36, in D.
Scherzo from Symphony No. 7,
Op. 92, in A.
Selection from Ballet Suite,
" Prometheus."
Finale from Symphony, No. 5,
Op. 67, in C Minor.

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Lewis.








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