Hymn, "Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts" (Tune: Ilkley).
Anthem, "After the Daylight".. Musgrave
The Rev. C. Stanford Rudge, B.A., Grangetown Baptist Church: Religious Address.
Hymn, "Lord, We Thank Thee for the Pleasure" (Tanymarian).
Choir of the Grangetown Baptist
The Rev. C. Stanford
The Station Symphony Orchestra
Conductor, Oliver Raymond
To honour the memory of the late Charles Villiers Stanford, Kt., Mus.Doc., D.C.L., etc., the programme will be devoted to selections from the works of that Composer. Further details will be published in the London and Local Press of April 26th and 27th.
The Station Symphony
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