Hymns with Welsh Tunes, specially selected, sung by 5WA Choir.
E. R. Appleton will give the first of the Weekly Talks on "Religion and Beauty". His subject is "The Influence of Environment".
Speaker (Religion and Beauty):
The Station Symphony Orchestra
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite
Vocalists: Edward Leer (Tenor), Doris Vane (Soprano)
(a) Maestoso con Moto; (b) Allegro; (c) Allegretto Agitato; (d) Adagio Religiose
Chorus "All Men, All Things"
Solo and Chorus "Praise Thou the Lord"
Recitative (Tenor) "Sing Ye Praise"
Air (Tenor) "He Counteth All Your Sorrows"
Chorus "All Ye that Cried Unto the Lord"
Duet (Soprano) and Chorus "I Waited for the Lord"
Air (Tenor) "The Sorrows of Death"
Recitative (Tenor) "We Called Through the Darkness"
Solo (Soprano) and Chorus "The Night is Departing"
Choral "Let All Men Praise the Lord"
Duet (Soprano and Tenor) "My Songs Shall Alway be Thy Mercy"
Chorus "Ye Nations, Offer to the Lord "
The Station Symphony
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