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: PROGRAMME OF PASSION MUSIC

EMILY BROUGHTON (Soprano) ; REBE HILLIER
(Contralto) ; JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor) THE STATION ORCHESTRA and CHORUS,
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
CHORUS
Introit, ' U Come and Mourn with Me Awhile
(Tune : ' St. Cross ') (A. and M., No. 114)
PART I
Passion Music from HANDEL'S 'MESSIAH'
Chorus, ' Behold the Lamb of God Aria, ' He Was Despised '
Soloist, REBE HILLIER
Recits. 'Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart'
'Behold and See'
Soloist, JOHN ARMSTRONG
Chorus, ' Surely He Hath Borne our Griefs '
PART II
From BACH'S 'SAINT MATTHEW PASSION' Chorale, ' 0 Blessed Jesu ' Aria, ' Grief for Sin '
Soloist, REBE HILLIER
Chorale, ' My Sin it is which Binds Thee Aria, ' Jesus, Saviour, Thou Art Mine '
Soloist, EMILY BROUGHTON
Aria and Chorus, ' I Would Beside my Lord be
Watching '
Soloist, JOHN ARMSTRONG
Chorale. ' 0 Father. Let Thy Will Be Done' Aria, * For Love, My Saviour Now Is Dying '
Soloist, EMILY BROUGHTON
Chorale.' 0 Sacred Head '
Aria and Chorus, 'And Now the Lord to Rest is
Laid'
Soloist, HAROLD HOWES
Chorus, ' In Tears of Grief, dear Lord, we Leave
Thee '
CHORUS
Epilogue, 'When I survey, the Wondrous Cross '
(Tune : Rockingham') (A. and M., No. 108)

Contributors

Soprano: Emily Broughton
Contralto: John Armstrong
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Soloist: John Armstrong
Soloist: Emily Broughton
Soloist: John Armstrong
Soloist: Emily Broughton
Soloist: Harold Howes








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