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: A Religious Service

(In Welsh)
(From Swansea)
Relayed from Ebenezer Baptist Church, Aberavon
(Daventry National Programme)

Trefn Y Gwasanaeth
Emyn (Llawlyfr Moliant, 634), O Distewch Derfysglyd Donnau
Darllen Emyn (Llawlyfr Moliant, 887), Iesu Dyrchafedig
Emyn (Llawlyfr Moliant, 819), Mi wn fod fy Mhrynwr yn fyw
Emyn (Caniedydd, 350) Cofia f'enaid gariad lesu
Emyn Hwyrol Y Fendith

: A Religious Service

Relayed from Broadmead Baptist Chapel, Bristol

Order of Service
Hymn 14, Let us with a gladsome Mind
Lesson, Matthew vi, 1-15
Hymn 437, In Heavenly Love abiding
Address by the Rev. H.C. Mander, D.D.
Hymn 608, The Day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended
(Hymns taken from Baptist Church Hymnal)


Speaker: The Rev. H.C. Mander

: The Second Concert of the Cardiff Musical Society (Season 1930-1931): The Hymn of Praise (Mendelssohn)

Relayed from The Park Hall, Cardiff

Kate Winter (Soprano); Trefor Jones (Tenor), May Diggory (Second Soprano)
The Choir of the Cardiff Musical Society
National Orchestra of Wales
(Cerddorfa Genedlaethol Cymru)
(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

Chorus, All men all Things
Solo (Soprano) and Semi-Chorus, Praise thou the Lord
Recit. and Air, Sing ye Praise
Chorus, All ye that cried unto the Lord
Duet (Sopranos) and Chorus, I waited for the Lord
Air (Tenor), The Sorrows of Death
Solo (Soprano) and Chorus, The Night is departing
Choral, Let all Men praise the Lord
Duet (Soprano and Tenor), My Song shall always by Thy Mercy
Chorus, Ye Nations offer to the Lord


Soprano: Kate Winter
Tenor: Trefor Jones
Soprano: May Diggory
Singers: The Choir of the Cardiff Musical Society
Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

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