'ES ERHUB SICH EIN STREIT'
(' THEN A TUMULT AROSE ')
Relayed from THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF Music
NOEL EADIE (Soprano) : STEUART WILSON
(Tenor) ; STANLEY RILEY (Bass) ; The
LESLIE WOODGATE (Organ)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
(Three Trumpets, Timpani, two Oboes, Cor
Anglais, Bassoon and Strings)
Then a tumult arose.
The hosts of the Evil one, Hell's angry legions
In fury assailed the Heavenly Regions. But the Angel Michael's sword
Drove them out before the Lord, Satan quail'd beneath its blows.
Praise God! The Fiend is fled.
Th' unconquerable Michael's arm to victory His angel host hatli led
In chains did bind the Evil one and unto darkness throw him,
And Satan's place before the Lord no more in Heaven shall know him.
Now have wo nought to fear from him,
. Yea, though his awful voice affright us,
The angels guard oiir heart, our soul. He can no more despite us.
III.—Aria (Soprano) :
God sends His angels to our aid ; Nor over can they fail us.
So may we go still unafraid, Though enemies assail us.
About us aye with shield and sword Are gather'd Angels of the Lord, Ev'n as a mighty army.
IV.—Recitative (Tenor) :
How poor and weak is man, a sinful child A worm, his way is lowly.
See, how all merciful, the Saviour mild With loving care His children tendeth. His guardian angels holy
The seraphim's bright host,
When mankind needeth succour most To be his shield, He sendeth.
Bide ye Angels, by me stay :
Guide me still, though weak and humble, That my foot no more may stumble. Guide me, too, that I alway
Songs of thankfulness may bring Him, Ev'n as angels ever sing Him.
So with the Angels' tender care about us ever
Be it our care that evH thoughts and evil deeds affright them never,
So, shall we. when at God's behest, Onr earthly life is ended, Unto our heav'nly Rest
By angel hosts be tended.
(English Text by D. Millar Craig. Copyright B.B.C., 1929.)
Cantata for next Sunday is :—
February 23. No. 126.—Erhalt' uns, Herr, bei deinem Wort
(Sustain us. Lord, by Thy blest Word).
PAUL'S Letters—X, I Corinthians iii and iv
This is the Second of a Series of Talks by a Layman
' How the African Anticipated Wireless,' by Dr. KENNETH TODD , of the Baptist Missionary
Society Station at Yakusu, Belgian Congo
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
KATE WINTER (Soprano)
ORCHESTRA Marcho Turquo - Ippolitov-lvanov
Overture, ' The Barber of Seville ' - Rossini
Norwegian Carnival - Svendsen
KATE WINTER with Orchestra With Verdure Clad - Haydn
ORCHESTRA Symphonic Poem, 'Blanik' - Smetana
Serenata Violoncello Solo, AMBROSE GAUNTLETT - Esposito
Pavane d'Angolo - Hahn
KATE WINTER To Daffodils - Delius
A Prayer to Our Lady - Donald Ford
Red red Rose - Cotlenet
ORCHESTRA Suite of Old Dances Menuet; Rigaudon ; Gigue - Godard
Overture, ' Euryanthe' - Weber
A PIANOFORTE RECITAL
Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue - Bach
Sonata in F Minor, Op. 57 (' Appassionata ') - Beethoven
Relayed from St. David's Parish Church.
S.B. from Cardiff
Emyn 533, ' '0 Fugail Israel, dwg fi'm mlaen
Salmau am yr unfed prydnhawn a'r bymtheg
(82, 83, 84, 85)
Y Llith gyntaf. Jeremiah x (10-16)
Magnificat. Chant 71 (Harris) (Psallwyr Ca. deiriol)
Yr Ail Lith. St. Marc x (13-22)
Nunc Dimittis. Chant 93 (Foster) Credo. Colectau Anthem, '0 na folianncnt yr Arglwydd ' (f.Edwards)
Emyn 597, Yr Iesu, Craig yr ocscedd' (Kilmorey)
Prcgeth gan y Ficcr, Y Parch J. R. Dewi WILLIAMS Emyn 350, 'Teithio'm mlaen mae Eglwys Iesu'
Emyn487 (Gosper). 'Maddeu, Arglwydd, ofnau'r from(Poenitentia)
Organydd, D. W. EDWARDS
Yr Emynau allan o Emyniadur yr Eelwys
Relayed from ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, EAST.
Hymn, ' God reveals His Presence '
(Church Hymnary, No. 234) Prayer Scripture Lesson
Hymn, ' Tho King of Love my
Shepherd is ' (Church Hymnary. No. 438, Ancient and Modern, No. 197)
Address by the Rev. JAMES REID ,'
Hymn, ' Saviour, again to Thy dear
Name we raise' (Church Hymnary, No. 301, Ancient and Modern, No. 31)
An Appeal on behalf of THE SALVATION ARMY by Mas. GENERAL
WEATHER FORECAST. GENERAL
News BULLETIN; Local News; (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast
Tom Jones and The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, Orchestra
Relayed from THE GRAND HOTEL, EASTBOURNE ORCHESTRA Selection of Chopin's Music
ORCHESTRA Excerpts from ' Nero ' - Coleridge-Taylor
Dreams - Wagner
LEYLAND WHITE (Tenor) Recit. and Aria, ' 0 Ruddier than the Cherry - Handel
Tom JONES (Violin) Slav Dances - Dvorak, arr. Kreisler
On Wings of Song - Mendelssohn, arr. Aucr
Hejre, Kati (Hullo, Katie) - Hubay
LEYLAND WHITE The Vagabond - Vaughan Williams
Captain Stratton's Fancy - Peter Warlock
ORCHESTRA Fantasia, ' Faust' - Gounod