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Conducted by Capt. W. A FEATHERSTONE.
Soloists :
Part the First.
Introduction, " As God the Lord." Overture.
Chorus, "Help, Lord !"
Refit., " Ye People, Rend Your
Air, " If With All Your Hearts." Chorus, " Yet Doth the Lord See
It Not."
Rccit., " Elijah, Get Thee Hence.'' Rocit., " Now Cherith's Brook Is
Dried Up."
Recit., Air and Duet, " What
Have I To Do With Thee ? "
Chorus, " Blessed Are tho Men." Recit. and Chorus, " As God the Lord."
Double Chorus, " Baal, We Cry
To Thee."
Recit., " Call Him
'liorus, " Baal, Hear and Answer."
Recit. and Air, "Lord God of Abraham."
Recit., " O Thou, Who Makest
Thine Angels Spirits."
Chorus, " The Fire Descends From
Air, "Is Not His Word Like a Fire ? "
Recit. and Chorus, "0 Man of God, Help Thy People."
Chorus, "Thanks Be to God."
Part the Second.
Air, " Hear Ye, Israel."
Chorus, " Be Not Afraid." Recit., " Man of God." Air, " It is enough."
Recit., " See How He Steepeth." Chorus, "He, Watching Over
Israel, Slumbers Not." '
Recit., "Arise, Elijah."
Aria, " 0 Rest In the Lord."
Unaccompanied Chorus, " He
That Shall Endure."
Recit., "Night Falleth Round
Me, 0 Lord."
Chorus, " Behold, God the Lord." Arioso, For the Mountains Shall
Chorus, " Then Did Elijah the Prophet Break Forth."
Aria, " Then Shall the Righteous Shine. "
Quartet, 0 Come Ev'ry One
That Thirsteth."
Chorus, " And Then Shall Your
Light Break."
" Lord, Our Creator."
The following numbers : 2, 7, 15,
23, 24, 28, 35, 36, 40 and 41 of the complete work are omitted.


Baritone: Herbert Heyner
Unknown: Righteous Shine.


The Bells and Service. S.B. from London.


S.B. from London.

: De Groot and the Piccadilly Orchestra

S.B. from London.


Musicians: De Groot and the Piccadilly Orchestra

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