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Gramophone records of Schubert's music for ' Rosamunde ' and Faure's music for ' Pelleas and Melisande '
I I am come that they map have life, and may have it abundantly'
A series of services on the meaning of these words for today. 6-conducted by W. G. Moore , Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford
Jesus, where'er thy people meet
(Cong. H. 271: A. and M. 529)
Reading: St. Mark 9, vv. 33-37. and 10, vv. 35-45
When all thy mercies, 0 my God
(Cong. H. 61; A. and M. 517)
Jesus, my Lord, how rich thy grace
(Cong. H. 669) .
Jesus, thy boundless love to me
(Cong. H. 432)
Harold Collins and his Orchestra
A fortnightly review, introduced by Alec Robertson and edited by Anna Instone and Julian Herbage. Contents: ' Studio TOpera,' an illustrated talk bv Stanford Robinson; ' The Instruments of the Orchestra,' 1—' The Flute.' by Lambert Flack. (BBC recordings.) Recordings made by some traditional singers in East Anglia, introduced by E. J. Moeran
and his Courtiers, with Harry Dawson
by E. H. Young , read by Gladys Young. 7— ' Mr. Blenkinsop Calls.'
by Geoffrey Bell
125—From a Wiltshire Market Town. Introduced by A. G. Street . Music by Francis Collinson. Edited by Francis Dillon. Produced by Marjorie Banks
' Climbers for Walls and Fences,' by C. E. Cherry
Ralph Truman as Sampson Brass and Philip Wade as Daniel Quilp from ' The Old Curiosity Shop '
Other parts played by Ann Codrington , Freda Falconer , and Stanley Groome. Programme arranged by V. C Clinton-Baddeley . Produced by Leslie Stokes.
(Led by Thomas Peatfield )
Conducted by Heinz Unger
Leslie England (piano)
Scored for one flute, one oboe. two clarinets, one trumpet, two horns, one bassoon, and strings, Wagner's ' Siegfried Idyll' is one of the most perfectly constructed pieces of symphonic music ever written, each bar being the inevitable outcome of its predecessor. The themes upon which this work is based are all taken from the love scene in the last act of Siegfried, with the exception of an old German lullaby which is introduced at various points in the work. The themes are
Song of Peace ' 'Guardian of the World,' ' Love's Determination,' and ' A Flood of Splendour '
3.55 app. Interval
' Cranford ' : Wilfred Visits Knutsford In Cheshire, made famous by Mrs. Gaskell, and re-lives in imagination scenes in its history. Written by Bertha Lonsdale and produced by Nan Macdonald.
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6.10 National Savings review
by Smetana. Seventh of a weekly series performed by the Sadler's Wells Opera Company
Sadler's Wells Orchestra
(Leader. Walter Price)
Conductor, Michael Mudie
From Sadler's Wells Theatre, London
Krusina, a peasant:
Ludmilla, his wife:
Marenka, their daughter:
Jenik, a young peasant:
Kecal, the village marriage-broker:
8-' Vagrancy and Fortune-TellingA programme in the series showing how the law works. Narrator, James McKechnie. Written and produced by Jenifer Wayne
A series of talks about affairs in the Dominions and Colonial Empire, introduced by Lewis Hastings
conducted by the Rev. F. D. Coggan , D.D., Principal of the London College of Divinity (formerly St. John's Hall, Highbury) Introit: Lead me. Lord (S. S. Wesley) Sentences and prayers
Reading: 2 Samuel 12, vv. 1-7; Ezekiel
33. vv. 30-33
Psalm 139. w. 1-12 and 23-24 Reading: St. Luke 8, vv. 4-15
Thou art the way (A. and M. 199) Sermon
Almighty God, thy word is cast like seed (C.H. 295)
I heard the voice of Jesus (A. and M.
Rev. F. D.
Appeal on behalf of the Professional Classes Aid Council, by The Lord Moran, M.C., M.D.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
L. J. Witts , Professor of Clinical Medicine at Oxford, brings ideas from the development of medicine to bear upon the human situation today
Conductor, Walter Goehr
'The Word of God.' Psalm 119: St. Luke 8, vv. 4-15; Lord thy word abideth (A. and M. 243); St. Matthew 4, v. 4
A poetry notebook edited by Patric Dickinson. Flora Robson in a reading of the 'Elegy in a Country Churchyard ' by Thomas Gray. Other poems read by Robert Marsden