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S.B. from London.

: THE R.L.C.W. MALE QUARTET.

Hymn, " Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow " (A. and M., JNo. 274).
Bible Reading.
Anthem, " Music All Powerful" Walmisley Address : The Rev. H. G. AuSALuM.
Hymn, " The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is
Ended " (A. and M., No. 477).
Prayer. Vesper.
Orlando Gibbons Tercentenary.
(1583--1625).
THE NEWCASTLE CATHEDRAL
CHOIR :
Under the Direction of WILLIAM ELLIS.
ALAN PROCTER (Pianoforte).
THE STATION STRING SEXTET :
Conductor, EDWARD CLARK.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. H. G. Ausalum.
Unknown: William Ellis.
Pianoforte: Alan Procter
Conductor: Edward Clark.

: THE CHOIR.

Anthem (Four Voices), " 0 Lord, Increase
My Faith."
Anthem (Six Voices), " Lift Up Your
Heads."
Anthem (Five Voices), " 0 God, The King of Glory."

: MUSIC FOR STRINGED INSTRUMENTS.

Pavaue and Galliard for String Sextet. Two Fantasies for String Quartet.

: THE CHOIR.

Anthem (Double Choir), " 0 Clap Your
Hands."
Anthem (Five Voices), " Great Lord of Lords."

: ALAN PROCTER.

Selected Pieces from Gibbons' Keyboard
Music.
MUSIC FOR STRINGED
INSTRUMENTS.
Three Fantasies for String Trio.

: THE CHOIR.

Anthem (Six Voices), " Hosanna to the Son of David."

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News

: THE CHOIR.

Anthem (Men's Voices in four parts), " 0
Lord, I Lift My Heart to Thee."
Hymn, "0 Trinity, Most Blessed Light"
(A. and M., No. 14). (Tune, " Song 5.")








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