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: A Concert

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

In Act II, in the Capulets' garden, takes place the famous love duet between Romeo and Juliet. The Act is a version of the Balcony Scene in the play.


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

: A Religious Service

Relayed from Cathedral Road Presbyterian Church.
Order of Service:
Prayer followed by Lord's Prayer
Hymn, 'Praise the Lord' (No. 16) (Tune, 'Llanfair')
Lesson, S. Matthew vi, 19-34
Hymn, 'Be still, my soul' (No. 556) (Tune, 'Finlandia')
Solo (Gwladys Trevor Williams), 'I know that my Redeemer liveth' ('Messiah')
Anthem, 'Te Deum' (Stanford in B Flat)
Hymn, 'O come, O come, Emmanuel' (No. 149) (Tune, 'Veni Emmanuel')
Sermon by the Rev. W. D. Davies
'The Three Tools of Death-III, The Dagger
Hymn, 'The day Thou gavest' (No. 289)
Benediction and Vesper


Singer: Gwladys Trevor Williams
Sermon: The Rev. W. D. Davies

: S.B. from London

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