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: A Religious Service

Relayed from Woodville Road Baptist Church.
Prayer of Invocation
Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Baptist Church Hymnal, No. 415 (Tune - 'St. Gertrude')
Scripture Reading : Peter I, Chapter ii
Hymn No. 437 (Tune-'Penlaw')
Anthem, 'Lead, Kindly Light'..D. Pughe Evans
(Soloist, L. A. Davies)
Hymn No. 382 (Tune-'Rest')
Sermon by the Rev. Ambrose Lewis
Hymn No. 689 (Tune-'Eventide')


Soloist: L. A. Davies
Sermon: The Rev. Ambrose Lewis

: S.B. from London

(9.0 Local Announcements)

: An Orchestral Programme

National Orchestra of Wales
Leader, Albert Voorsanger
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

The Bartered Bride, which is always considered to be Smetana's best Opera, is a comedy-in parts, indeed, more a Musical Comedy than an Opera. It is full of humorous incidents of Bohemian peasant life, and reproduces on the stage a village festival, gipsy jugglers, a comic village band and the like with, of course, some village love-making of a light-hearted sort. The three Dances we are to hear are a Polka, a Furiant (excited music, with strong stresses and bounding rhythms) and a Dance of Comedians.


Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra leader: Albert Voorsanger
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

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