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: Band of 6th Battalion (City of Glasgow) Highland Light Infantry

(By permission of Lt.-Col J. F. Daly, D.S.O., T.D.)
Bandmaster: John A. McIvor

3.0 March, "The Spirit of Pageantry" ........................Fletcher (I)


Musicians: Band of 6th Battalion (City of Glasgow) Highland Light Infantry
Bandmaster: John A. McIvor

: Overture

"Nell Gwyn"...................German

: Ella Gardner (Soprano)


Soprano: Ella Gardner

: Band

(Soloist, Sergt. John Lacy. )


Soloist: Sergeant John Lacy

: Ella Gardner


Soprano: Ella Gardner

: Bassoon Solo

(Soloist, Musician Gus Wood.)


Soloist: Gus Wood

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Bournemouth.
(to 17.30)

: Psalm No. 100

"All People That on Earth do Dwell" (Tune: "Old Hundredth").

: Religious Address

The Rev. W.H. Wiggett, St. Andrew's-by-the-Green Episcopal Church.


Speaker: The Rev. W.H. Wiggett

: Psalm No. 23

"The Lord is My Shepherd" (Tune: "Wiltshire").

: Andrew Templeton (Solo 'Cello) and Andrew Bryson (Solo Piano)

First Movement of Sonata for 'Cello and Piano, Op. 6 Strauss


Cellist: Andrew Templeton
Pianist: Andrew Bryson

: Russian Church Music Recital

by Westbourne Church Choir.
Conductor, Mr. A. M. Henderson (Organist to The University of Glasgow), who will also speak on the History and Character of Russian Church Music.

Tchaikovsky (1840-1803)
"Hear, Lord our God, Have Mercy" (in 8 parts).
(From the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom.)
"Come, O Blessed Lord, Thou Light of Life" (in 8 parts).

Balakireff (1836-1910)
"O Send Thy Light Forth".

Arensky (1861-1906)
"Our Lord is Risen" (for Female Voices, in 4 parts).
"Bow Down Thine Ear".

Kalinnikoff (1866-1901)
"Lord, I Cry Unto Thee" (in 8 parts).
(Psalm CXLI. I, 8.)

Rachmaninoff (1873)
"To Thee, O Lord, Do I Lift Up My Soul"
(For Soprano Solo and 5 part Chorus.) (Psalm 2.1. I, 2.)
"Praise The Lord from the Heavens" (in 8 parts).
(Psalm 118. I, 2.)
"Hymn of the Cherubim" (in 10 parts).

"O Blest are They" (in 8 parts).
(The words from the Kontakion of the Greek Liturgy for the Faithful Departed.)


Singers: Westbourne Church Choir
Conductor/Speaker: A. M. Henderson

: Andrew Templeton and Andrew Bryson


Cellist: Andrew Templeton
Pianist: Andrew Bryson

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Andrew Templeton


Cellist: Andrew Templeton

: Special announcements, Close down


Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers

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