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: Organ Recital

Relayed from Springburn Public Hall.
John Pullein (Solo Organ), Organist of St. Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow.

"Sunday clears away the rust of the whole week." (Addison) [Quote at top of listings for the day]


Organist: John Pullein

: Herbert Heyner (Baritone)


Baritone: Herbert Heyner

: Herbert Heyner


Baritone: Herbert Heyner

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Birmingham.
(to 17.30)

: Psalm No. 90 (13-17)

(Tune, "Kilmarnock").

: Religious Address

The Rev. David Watson, D.D., St. Clement's Parish Church.


Speaker: The Rev. David Watson

: Psalm No. 24

(Tune "St. George's, Edinburgh")

: Andrew Templeton (Solo 'Cello)


Cellist: Andrew Templeton

: Recital of A Capella Church Music from 16th Century onwards

by the Westbourne Church Choir.
Conductor, A. M. Henderson (Organist to the University of Glasgow).

16th Century Group
Tallis (1519-1585)
"All People That on Earth Do Dwell"
Vittoria (1540-1603).
"Jesu dulcis memoria" (Jesus, the Very Thought of Thee).
Palestrina (1515-1594)
"O Bone Jesu"
"Come, Holy Ghost".
Eccard (1553-1611)
"The Presentation of Christ in the Temple.

Modern Group
Gounod (1818-1893)
"Come Unto Him" (in 6 Parts).
Walford Davies (1869-)
"God be in My Head".
Henschel (1850-)
"Kyrie Eleison" (Lord, Have Mercy Upon Us) (in 8 Parts)

Examples of Russian Church Music
Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)
"Hear, Lord Our God, Have Mercy"
(from the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom), (in 8 Parts)
Ippolitov-Ivanov (1873-)
"Incline Thine Ear".
Rachmaninoff (1873-)
"Hymn of the Cherubim" (in 10 Parts).


Singers: The Westbourne Church Choir
Conductor: A.M. Henderson

: Andrew Templeton


Cellist: Andrew Templeton

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News

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Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers

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