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: Church Cantata, No. 80 (Bach): Ein' Feste Burg (A Tower of Strength)

Relayed from St. Margaret's, Westminster
(Daventry National Programme)

Singers:
Elsie Suddaby (Soprano), Doris Owens (Contralto), Edward Reach (Tenor), George Parker (Bass), The Wireless Chorus
Players:
Ambrose Gauntlett (Violoncello), Herbert Dawson (Organ)
The B.B.C. Bach Orchestra
(Oboes, Bassoons, Trumpets, Tympani, and Strings)
Conducted by Stanford Robinson

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Suddaby
Contralto: Doris Owens
Tenor: Edward Reach
Bass: George Parker
Singers: The Wireless Chorus
Cellist: Ambrose Gauntlett
Organist: Herbert Dawson
Musicians: The B.B.C. Bach Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Stanford Robinson

: The Wireless Military Band

Conductor, B. Walton O'Donnell
Laffitte (Pianoforte)
(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Military Band
Conductor: B. Walton O'Donnell
Pianist: Laffitte

: For the Children: Joan and Betty's Bible Story: Paul and Barnabas

by Mr. E.R. Appleton, West Regional Director
(Daventry National Programme)

Paul and Barnabas set out from Antioch on a missionary journey, and they had many interesting adventures. When the people of Lystra saw the healing of a cripple, they thought that Paul and Barnabas were gods, and they called Paul Mercurius, and Barnabas Jupiter.

(to 18.20)

Contributors

Writer: E.R. Appleton

: An Orchestral and Choral Concert

The Western Studio String Orchestra
(Leader, Louis Levitus)
Conducted by Reginald Redman

Orchestra
Suite for Strings and Pianoforte Mario Pilali
(Pianoforte, Hubert Pengelly)

Contributors

Musicians: The Western Studio String Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Louis Levitus
Conductor: Reginald Redman
Pianist: Hubert Pengelly








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