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: A Classical Concert

Jean Craig (Mezzo-Soprano)
The Scottish Studio Orchestra
Directed by Guy Daines
(Scottish Regional Programme)

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Jean Craig
Musicians: The Scottish Studio Orchestra
Orchestra directed by: Guy Daines

: A Religious Service

From Canterbury Cathedral

Order of Service:
Hymn, O God, our help (Ancient and Modern, No. 165; English Hymnal, No. 450)
Lord's Prayer and Versicles
Psalm 46 (verses 1-7)
Lesson, Isaiah, xxvi 1-9
Prayers
Address by His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury
Hymn, O God of Jacob (Ancient and Modern, No. 512)
Blessing and Final Amen

(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Speaker: His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury [Cosmo Gordon Lang]

: The Week's Good Cause

Appeal on behalf of The Swansea Social Service Organizations by the Reverend Canon W. T. Havard, Vicar of Swansea, Representative of the Swansea Christian Social Council
Contributions will be gratefully received by Mr. Bryn Thomas, [address removed]
(From Swansea)
The organizations represented are the following: Unemployed Social Centres, The
Seamen's Mission, The Salvation Army and the Church Army

Contributors

Speaker: The Reverend Canon W. T. Havard

: The News

Weather Forecast; General News Bulletin, followed by West Regional Announcements

: Carolare

(From Swansea)

The Choir of the Swansea Orpheus Choral Society, Conducted by Lionel Rowlands, will lead the singing of:
Ton, Malvern (A/aw Eghcysig) O! Tyred, Arglwydd mawr ...... Williams ynfnder d thân W. Williams Yn nyfnder dwr a thân ................ ilams Ton, Twrgwyn (Alaw Gymreig) Myfi'r pechadur penaf. O gasgliad Samuel Roberts
Mae'r Oen fu ar Galfaria ...... Gwilym Cyfeiliog T6n, Hyfrydol (/?. H. Pritchard) Marchog leSu ! yn llwyddiannus W. Williams Minnau bellach fole ddaf W.Williams Minnau bellach orfoleddat / Ton, Moriah (Alaw Gymreig) Dyma gariad fel y moroedd ......... Hiraethog Ton, Gwinllan (Alaw Gymreig) Pererin wyf mewn anial dir......... Ac mi debygaf clywaf swn ...... Williams Mae hiraeth arnaf am y wlad I T6n, St. John (Alaw Gymreig) Yn Eden, cofiaf hyny byth ...... W. William; Ton, Diadem (Trefniant Parch W. C. Evans) Doed dynol ryw dros dir a m6r ......... R. J Mewn cariad boed i ninau i gyd ........ R. Jones Mewn cariad boed i ninau i gyd ......... R. Jones (Drwy ganiatad)

To Be Broadcast Tonight at 9.5
This is the third of the regular series of hymn-recitals, which, although usually given in English, will frequently be in Welsh. In tonight's recital a selection is made from hymns that are sung practically every Sunday in one part or another of Wales. Some of them are frequently selected as a climax to Welsh Cymanfaoedd Canu or Musical Festivals.

: The Western Studio Orchestra

Leader, Frank Thomas
Walter Glynne (Tenor)

Contributors

Musicians: The Western Studio Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Frank Thomas
Tenor: Walter Glynne








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