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: The String Quartette


Musicians: The String Quartette

: Ina Ferguson (Soprano)


Soprano: Ina Ferguson

: Elder Cunningham (Baritone)


Baritone: Elder Cunningham

: Ina Ferguson


Soprano: Ina Ferguson

: String Quartette and Andrew Bryson (Pianist)


Musicians: String Quartette
Pianist: Andrew Bryson

: Elder Cunningham


Baritone: Elder Cunningham

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Cardiff.
(to 17.30)

: Religious Service

relayed from The Barony Parish Church.

: Isaac Losowsky (Solo Violin)


Violinist: Isaac Losowsky

: Russian Church Music

The Westbourne Church Choir
Conducted by A.M. Henderson, who will also speak on "The History and Character of Russian Church Music".

Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) Hear, Lord Our God Have Mercy (in 8 Parts).
"Lord, I Cry Unto Thee" (For three Solo Voices-Soprano, Mezzo-Soprano, and Alto, and 6 Part Chorus.) (Psalm 141-1, 2, 3, 8.)
"Come, O Blessed Lord, Thou Light of Life" (in 8 Parts).
O Blest are They (in 8 Parts).

Balakireff (1836-1910)
"O Send Thy Light Forth" (Psalm 43)

Arensky (1861-1906)
"Our Lord is Risen" (For Female Voices. in 4 Parts).
"The Lord's Prayer" (in 8 Parts).

Kalinnikoff (1866-1901)
"Lord. I Cry unto Thee" (in 8 Parts). (Psalm 141, 1, 8.)

Rachmaninoff (1873-)
"To Thee, O Lord, do I Lift Up My Soul" (For Soprano Solo and 5 part Chorus.) (Psalm 25, 1, 2.)
"Hymn of the Cherubim" (in 10 Parts).

Isaac Losowsky
"Hymn to the Sun"...Korsakov-Kreisler
"Souvenir do Moscou"...Wieniawski


Singers: The Westbourne Church Choir
Conductor/Speaker: A.M. Henderson
Violinist: Isaac Losowsky

: The Archbishop of Westminster

S.B. from London.


Speaker: The Archbishop of Westminster [Francis Bourne]

: Close down


Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers

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