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: A CONCERT

CATHERINE STEWART (Contralto)
DAVID HUTCHINSON (Tenor)
SYDNEY BAYNES and his BAND
(Solo Pianoforte, W. HARRIS )

: SONGS OF THE BIBLE-IX

A Song of Summer: Psalm civ, vv. 1-28

: KacbCburcb Cantata

' Es ist nichts gesundes ' 'There is no more of Soundness'
KATE WINTER (Soprano)
TOM PURVIS (Tenor)
STUART ROBERTSON (Bass)
(For the words of the Cantata see page 431)
Next Week's Cantata is No. 99, ' Was Gott Thut , Das ist Wohlgethan ' (' What God doth, that is right ')

: (Daventry only) A Religious Service in Welsh

Relayed from EBENEZER WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, CARDIFF
S.B. from Cardiff
Organ Voluntary : Prof. E. P. MIILLS
Emyn 609, Ton, ' 'Hyfrydol' R. H. Pritchard
Darllen
Anthem, Rhif 9. ' Eisteddai teithiwr blin '
D. Emlyn Evans
Y Cor
Gweddi
Unawd. Margaret Owen
Emyn 580, Tôn,' Henryd '
J. Ambrose Lloyd
Pregeth. Parch H.M. HUGHES, O.B.E. Casgliad
Emyn 412, ' Y Delyn Aur ' .. Alaw Gymreig Bendithiad
Hwyr-Weddi 1181. Rhif 517
T. R. Williams
Hymn, ' We sing the praise of Him Who died'
(A. and M., No. 200)
Address : The Rev. GEORGE F. MAcLEOD , M.C., of St. Cuthbert's, Edinburgh
' Now thank we all our God' (A. and M., No. 379)

: THE SERVICE

Hymn, 'Jesus calls us; o'er the tumult' (A. and M., No. 403)
Psalm cl.
Lesson, Genesis xxviii, vv.
10-22
Magnificat; Prayers

: The Week's Good Cause

Appeal on behalf of the Invalid Children's Aid Association, by Sir ALFRED Fripp , K.C.V.O., C.B., F.R.C.S.
Contributions should be sent to Sir Alfred Fripp , Invalid Children's Aid Association [address removed]

: A Concert from Ostend

A SYMPHONY CONCERT
Under the direction of M. FRANCOIS RASSE
Vocalist, Mile. EUGENIA BUYKO
Relayed from the Kursaal, Ostend
THIS evening's concert comes from one of the principal quarters of music in Europe. The Symphony Orchestra of the Kursaal at Ostend has for its director M. Francois Rasse , the principal of the Liege Conservatoire. Its audiences are pre eminently cosmopolitan, for holiday-makers come to Ostend from all parts of the world.
Last year's relay from the Kursaal was of a purely experimental nature, implying a considerable amount of organisation on the part of the B.B.C. This year's broadcast will be more in the nature of a fait accompli, utilizing the permanent system of ' repeater stations ' which, by international offort, has been installed to facilitate the carrying out of ' international relays.' In the course of a long journey from one part of Europe to another, along trunk telephone lines, the 'quality' of alprogramme is liable to deteriora. tion. Accordingly, stations have been erected at certain points along the telephone lines at which engineers can rectify any faults in the transmission and from which the programme is passed on at full strength. Such ' repeater stations ' are already in operation in Belgium at Brussels, Liege, Bruges, Ghent and La Panne. The last-named will be utilized tonight to ensure that the concert, before it leaves Belgium by submarine cable en route for London, is adequate both in volume and quality. Mile. EUGENIA BUYKO
Chant du haleur de la Volga
Troika (tzigane)

: Epilogue

'The pure in heart'








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