by G. D. CUNNINGHAM
Relayed from The Queen's Hall
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
CUTHBERT FORD (Baritone)
The Orchestra of the Berlin State Opera House, conducted by Dr. I.eo Blech : Overture, The Magic Flute. Archie Camden nnd Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra
Music from the High Places of the Earth
Given by HUGH MACKAY (Tenor) and THE LESLIE BRIDGEWATER QUINTET
In compiling this programme, Mr. Bridgewater has drawn upon the following : Folk-Songs of Wales; Songs of the Scottish Highlands ; National Music of Norway ; Mountain Songs of Switzerland ; Folk-Songs of English Origin, collected in the Appalachian Mountains by Cecil Sharp ; Mountain Songs of N. Carolina, collected by Suzannah Wetmoro and Marshall Bartholomew ; Tyroleso Melodies, taken from the Tyrolese Family Rain, by Ignaz Moscheles ; Airs of Thibet and Nepal, and collections of songs from the Alps and Pyrenees, collected bv Howard Somer ville.
Relayed from St. John's, Smith Square
Hymn, To God Who makes all lovely things
(Songs of Praise, 376)
Confession and Lord's Prayer Psalm cl; Lesson Creed; Prayers
Hymn, Remember all the people (Songs of Praise, 369)
Address by The Reverend Canon F. R. BARRY
Hymn, Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Ancient and Modern, 220; Songs of Praise, 545)
Hymn, Birthdays (Songs of Praise, 386, iii)
Canon F. R.
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Led by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
The Beginnings of Israel-VII. Joseph and his
Brethren. Genesis xlii and xiiii
From the Studio
Conducted by the Reverend Canon F. R. BARRY ,
Canon F. R.
A Religious Lecture from the Studio
' Can we imitate Christ ? '
By the Reverend Canon F. R. BARRY M.A. ,
F. R. Barry
An Appeal on behalf of THE LEAGUE OF REMEMBRANCE by General Sit WALTER BRAITHWAITE , G.C.B., the Chairman of the League
Contributions will be gratefully received and acknowledged by General Sir Walter Braithwaite , G.C.B., [address removed]
The watchword of the League of Remembrance is ' to honour the dead by helping the living '—the dead being, of course, the 800,000 and more who were killed in the Great War. Since its foundation, three hundred and fifty hospitals and infant welfare centres have been served by the provision of surgical dressings, bandages, and clothing of all kinds. The work is all done under the supervision of Sisters, who are widows or dependents of officers who were either killed or incapacitated in the War. These charitable activities are intended to form a practical form of War Memorial that will serve as a constant reminder of the heroism of all classes in the years of our greatest national effort.
General Sir Walter
WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS BULLE.
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THE STRATTON STRING QUARTET:
GEORGE STRATTON (Violin); CARL TAYLOR (Violin); WATSON FORBES (Viola); JOHN MOORE
WINIFRED RADFORD (Soprano) Gesegnet sei das Griin (Blessed be green); Heut' nacht erhob ich mich ; Mein Liebster hat zu
Tische (My lover invited me to dine); Du denkst mit einem Fadchen (You think to catch me with a thread); Mogen alle bösen Zungen (Let evil tongues say what they will) ; Bedeckt mich mit Blumen (Cover me with flowers) ; Begognung (Meeting).Hugo WolJ
(For National Programme, London Region, see page 817)