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S.B. from London.

: Choir.

Selections from
(Bach) (11).
Chorus, " Christians, Be Joyful."
Tenor Recite, " Now It Came to Pass In
Those Days."
Alto Recit.,' "See Now the Bridegroom.
Full of Grace."
Alto Aria, " Prepare Thyself, Zion."
Chorale, "How Shall I Fitly Meet Thee:"
Tenor Recit., " And She Brought Forth Her
First Born Son."
Chorale and Bass Recit., "For Us to Earth
He Cometh Poor."
Bass Aria, " Mighty Lord and King All
Chorale, " Ah, Dearest Jesus. "
Pastoral Symphony.
Tenor Recit., "And There Wer; Shepherds."
Chorale, " Break Forth, 0 Beauteous
Heavenly Light."
Tenor and Soprano Recit., " And the Angel i
Said to Them."
Tenor Recit., " And This is the Sign to
Chorale, "Within Yon Gloomy Mangti.
Bass Recit., "0 Haste Ye Thcn."-
Tenor Recit., " And They Came with Haste."
Alto Aria, " Slumber, Beloved."
Chorale, "Thee With Tender Care I'll
Tenor Recit., " Now When Jesus was Born in Bethlehem."
Chorus and Alto Recit., " Where is the New Born King?"
Chorale, "This Proud Heart Within Us
Chorus, " Come and Thank Him."


Unknown: Dearest Jesus.


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: Orchestra.

Symphonic Poem, " Lea Precludes " .. Liszt


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