Dr. P. SARGENT FLORENCE: 'Cuts and Rises' - I
Dr. P. Sargent
Relayed from THE UPPER INDEPENDENT HALL,
Hymn, 0 Thou Whose perfect Goodness. (Cong.
Hymnary, No. 657)
Address by the Reverend A. C. HILL , D.D.,
Elgin Place, Glasgow
Hymn, The Church's one Foundation (Cong.
Hymnary, No. 212)
Address by the Reverend HUBERT SIMPSON , D.D.,
Rector of Westminster Church, London
Hymn, Rise up, 0 Men of God (Cong. Hymnary,
Reverend A. C.
At THE ORGAN of THE TROCADERO CINEMA,
ELEPHANT AND CASTLE
THE HOTEL MAJESTIC, ST. ANNE'S-ON-SEA
(North Regional Programme)
Professor WINIFRED CULLIS , C.B.E.: ' Your
Body every Day—VII, How we keep our Balance'
Miss N. NIEMEYER : 'Delight in Poetry—VII,
I love all Beauteous Things (Bridges) and La Belle Dame sans Merci (Keats)'
Conducted by MONTAGUE BIRCH JOHN HUNT (Pianoforte)
From THE PAVILION, BOURNEMOUTH
JOHN HUNT and Orchestra
Pianoforte Concerto, No. III, in C Minor Beethoren
1. Allegro con brio; 2. Largo; 3. Rondo allegro
At THE ORGAN of THE BEAUFORT CINEMA
From WASHWOOD HEATH, BIRMINGHAM
from The Talisman '
(Sir Walter Scott )
With Incidental Music played by GENIAL JEMIMA
WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL News
BULLETIN ; London Stock Exchange Report and Bulletin for Farmers
Played by Dr. W. G. ALCOCK
Relayed from ST. MARGARET'S, WESTMINSTER
Nun komm', der Heiden Heiland (Come now,
Saviour of the Gentiles)
Nun komm', der Heiden Heiland (In Organo pleno)
Tosu, meine Freude (Jesu, Joy and Treasure)
Nun danket alle Gott (Now thank wo all our
Komm, Gott, Schopfor, heiliger Goist (Come,
Thou Creator Spirit, come)
A CHORAL Prelude is a composition, usually for the organ, built upon the melody of a choral. Its structure, since it served the purpose literally of a prelude to the singing of the choral hy the congregation, was not so much (o present the actual melody of the choral, as to herald it by polyphonic adornment and contrapuntal development of the theme. Thus, it differed essentially from the Choral Fantasy and the Organ Prelude, in both of which the melody was stated boldly and dealt with in direct fashion throughout. At Leipzig, in the Thomaskirche, the Hauptgottesdienst was the chief service of the Lutheran liturgy. It was very long, lasting on occasions from seven in the morning till noon, and Bach was in the habit of putting the Choral Preludes, as well as the Organ Preludes, not only to their proper purpose. but also to that of providing organ voluntaries to punctuate and relieve the interminable length of the church service.
Mr. A. G. STREET : 'Haymaking '
Mr. A. G.
Mr. A. LLOYD-JAMES : 'Pronunciation and Dialeet' (continued)
By MARJORIE J. REDMAN
WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
The Rt. Hon. Lord PONSONBY
JOHN MOREL (Baritone)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by MARIE WILSON )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
JACK HARRIS 'S BAND from GROSVENOR HOUSE,