Played by EDGAR T. Cook
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral
Prelude and Fugue in C - Bach
CONSTANCE READ (Soprano) I follow in gladness to meet Thee (St. John Passion) - Bach
EDGAR T. COOK ChoraJe No. 2 in B Minor - Franck
Intermezzo from Third Symphony - Vierne
CONSTANCE READ (Soprano) Queen of Israel - Barry
EDGAR T. COOK Procession to the Minster - Wagner
Prelude, Act III, and - Wagner
Bridal Music (' Lohengrin ') - Wagner
In his second talk within this series Professor
Watts will tell of the part taken by water, ice, rain, and wind in moulding the shape of the earth ; some of his examples being the falls and gorge of Niagara, the falls of the Zambesi River, and the mile-deep canyons of the Colorado River. Other agents of this earth-changing that Professor Watts will describe are ' the ice plough ' and the sea.
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