Twrgwyn Presbyterian Church, Bangor
Order of Service :
Hymn 20, Addolwn Dduw ein Harglwydd mawr (Tune, Lledrod)
United Reading, Mor hawddgar yw Dy bebyll Di, 0 Arglwydd y Iluoedd
Hymn 129, 0 ! lesu mawr, y Meddyg gwell (Tune, Brynteg)
Scripture Reading, Matthew vi, 24-34 Prayer
Students' Hymn, Yr lesu yw'r Gwirionedd (Tune, Penlan)
Sermon by the Rev. GWILYM WILLIAMS
Hymn 40, Glan geriwbiaid a seraffiaid
Organist, Mr. E. T. DAVIES
Hymns from Emynau a Thonau y * Methodistiaid Calfinaidd a Wesleaidd (The Calvinistic Methodist and Wesleyan Hymn Book)
(West Regional Programme)
by OLIVE GROVES (soprano)
The Second Minuet Someone
Lullaby (from The Dancer in Red) The New .Umbrella Satin Dresses
Jenny's New Hat
The Castanets of Spring
Conductor, B. WALTON O'DONNELL
RAYMOND NEWELL (baritone)
by Gustav Hoist
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gustav Hoist : The Planets Suite: No. i, Mars-The Bringer of War; No. 2, Venus-The Bringer of Peace ; No. 3, Mercury-The Winged Messenger ; No. 6, Uranus-The Magician ; No. 7, Neptune-The Mystic (with Mystic Chorus)
Mr. R. M. Y. GLEADOWE
THIS AFTERNOON'S BROADCAST will sketch the history of portrait and landscape painting from the time when it seems to have found itself, in the eighteenth century. British painters of that day successfully challenged the rivalry of foreign masters and ideas.
R. M. Y. Gleadowe will show how the English is perhaps the greatest school of landscape, reflecting the many moods of nature and influencing other schools by its vision and methods.
He will describe how our native interest in character has also produced many fine portraits, and how in the nineteenth century our painters excelled also at telling stories. And finally he will touch on the technique of water-colour.
Mr. Gleadowe, Art Master at Winchester College, and late Slade Pro fessor of Fine Art in the University of Oxford, will broadcast on ' Some Crafts ' next Sunday.
Mr. R. M. Y.
R. M. Y.
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
GERTRUDE ENTWISTLE (contralto)
by IVAN PHILIPOWSKY THE 'PAPILLONS' (Butterflies), an earlier work than the better-known Carnaval, though of the same type, was inspired by Schumann's reading Jean Paul Richter's Flegeljahre, the last scene of which is a masked ball. The short numbers of the suite-there are twelve of them, played without pause--suggest the characters, scenes, bustle and brilliance of the ballroom. In his inimitable, pictorial fashion, Schumann conveys in his music the spirit of the dances, the manners and thoughts of the dancers, and the little incidents inseparable from the animated festivities of a masked ball. The last number, Finale, pictures the end of the ball ; ' the noise of the carnival dies away: the church clock strikes six '. Then we hear the Grandfather's Dance, customarily played in Schumann's day to wind up balls, and especially weddings, followed by the reappearance of the slow waltz, alone and in combination, while the music gradually dies away and is heard no more.
Relayed from The Church of St. Mary,
Redcliffe, Bristol Order of Service:
Hymn, Jesu, good above all other
(English Hymnal, No. 598)
Lord's Prayer Psalm 121 Lesson Creed
Hymn, Father, hear the prayer we offer
(English Hymnal, No. 385 ; Songs of Praise, No. 487)
Address by the Right Reverend THE
LORD BISHOP OF BRISTOL
Hymn, Through all the changing scenes of life (English Hymnal, No. 502 ; Ancient and Modern, No. 290)
By G. D. CUNNINGHAM From The Concert Hall,
casting af Shakespeare's Tragedy s Antony and Cleopatra '
See page 370 for an article on Antony and Cleopatra', and page 371 for photographs of Godfrey Tearle and Edith Evans , together luith their views on their respective parts
By GEORGE ROTH
Order of Service :
Hymn, Fight the good fight (St. Martin's
Old Hymn Book, No. 89 ; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 491; Ancient and Modern, No. 540)
Confession and Thanksgivings Psalm, 145, vv. 1-10 Lesson
Hymn, 0 for a thousand tongues to sing (St. Martin's Old Hymn Book,
No. 252; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 595; Ancient and Modem, No. 522)
Address by the Rev. J. SCOTT LIDGETT ,
C.H., D.D. Hymn, Glory to Thee, my God, this night (St. Martin's Old Hymn Book, No. 105 ; St. Martin's Hymn Book, No. 45; Ancient and Modern, No. 23)
Organist, ARNOLD GOLDSBROUGH
Rev. J. Scott
An appeal on behalf of THE HOUSING
ASSOCIATION FOR OFFICERS' FAMILIES by the Right Honourable THE EARL OF
DERBY, K.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
Weather Forecast, General News
(Shipping Forecast, on Daventry onlyj at 9.0)
A Tale of Everyman's Journey through Life and of his many moods
An Anthology of Poetry and Music
From the works of George Santayana , Arthur O'Shaughnessy , Robert Bridges , William Wordsworth , G. K. Chesterton , Arthur Hugh Clough , John Donne , Robert Herrick , Francis Thompson , William Blake ; and the Books of Isaiah and the Psalms
With a Prologue by HUMBERT WOLFE
Spoken by DENNIS ARUNDELL (by kind permission of Miss Lilian Baylis ) and RICHARD AINLEY
TONIGHT will be broadcast' the second mood of the Pilgrim-that of Faith. Listeners will remember that in these sensitive word-pictures they are to see a reflection of themselves, just as the mediaeval audience saw themselves mirrored in 'Everyman '.
Tonight, then, Faith has been born of Hope. Our pilgrim believes. Nothing yet has disillusioned him. And out qf Belief is to come Joy, to be broadcast on the second Sunday in March.
Conductor, JULIUS HARRISON
JOSEPH FARRINGTON (bass)
Relayed from The White Rock Pavilion,
(West Regional Programme)