Various songs by JOSEPH CONG -DON. Missing,' the Eighteenth and final episode from ' The Fifth Form at St. Dominic's'
(Talbot Baines Read)
' Here and There '—being a summary of the week's news, by STEPHEN KING-HALL
By HENRIK EGE and PETER WYSE
Music by LESLIE WOODGATE , HARRY S. PEPPER , REGGIE MONT
GOMERY and others.
Orchestral Arrangements by GEORGE BARKER
Chorus Arrangements by Doris ARNOLD
Produced by JOHN WATT
A Plea for the Organ
Including Two Recitals by Dr. ERNEST BULLOCK of works by former organists of the Abbey, and musicians buried in the Abbey
Relayed from WESTMINSTER
Concerto in B Flat (Handel)
(Buried in the Abbey, 1759)
Voluntary (0. Gibbons) (Organist of the Abbey, 1623-1625) ..
Trumpet Tune and Air (Purcell)
(Organist of the Abbey, 1679-1695, and buried in the Abbey)
Voluntary for ye single Organ
(J. Blow) (Organist of the Abbey, 1668-1679 and 1695-1708, and buried in the Abbey)
Address by The Very Rev. the DEAN OF WESTMINSTER, C.V.O. Voluntary on 100th Psalm Tune
(Purcell) (Organist of the Abbey, 1679-1695, and buried in the Abbey)
Musette (Handel) (Buried in the Abbey, 1759)
Fantasie and Toccata in D Minor
(Stanford) (Buried in the Abbey, 1924)
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