Ⓓ for Farmers and Shipping
by LLOYD POWELL
Mary HAMLIN (soprano)
Music by Sullivan
The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent : Overture, Di BaHo (The Ball)
Florence Austral (soprano), with Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conducted by John Barbirolli : The Night is Calm (The Golden Legend)
The B.B.C. Wireless Singers (unaccompanied), conductor, Stanford Robinson : 0 hush thee, my babie
Choir from British National Opera
Chorus (unaccompanied), conducted by Albert Coates : 0 Gladsome Light
The New Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent-Her bert Dawson (organ) : Overture, In Memoriam
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON
IVAN MELLODEW (bass)
THE PARABLES: 'THE FISHING NET'
Order of Service
Hymns, Hail to the Lord's Anointed
(S. P. 87)
When lamps are lighted in the town (S. P. 378)
Carol, The Birds (O.B.C. 103)
Doxology, Praise God from Wbom all blessings flow (S. P. 413)
Sharing the Gospel -2, By Education '
By the Rev. H. D. Hooper, of the Church Missionary Society
This afternoon's talk will deal specially with the subject of education, not only in Africa, where Mr. Hooper was Principal of a school and of a teachers' training college, but also in India, China, and elsewhere. Mr. Hooper is one of the Secretaries of the Church Missionary Society of their headquarters in London. He is the son of a missionary and was himself born in Africa. He has a lifelong knowledge of all sides of missionary work.
Rev. H. D.
By the Rev. D. 0. SOPER, Ph.D.
Samuel Kutcher (violin) ; Frederick Grinke (violin); Raymond Jeremy (viola); Douglas Cameron (violoncello)
DOROTHEA HELMRICH (mezzosoprano)
Ernst von Dohnanyi, composer, pianist, and conductor of the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, occupies a distinguished place in Hungarian music. But like Rachmaninov, he belongs to the old order rather than the new, that is to say, his technique is firmly based on nineteenth-century romantic principles.
Nevertheless, Dohnanyi's treatment of classical forms is stamped with strong individuality : ' In his compositions ', says Sir Donald Tovey , ' we have art in which the form arises organically from the matter. We also have mastery, describable in academic terms and traceable beyond anything that academics have codified ... Dohnanyi's own work shapes iiself without interference or inhibition from external pressure. The things that have influenced it are such as make for freedom that comes from mastery, though this does not mean that Dohnanyi has been influenced only by perfect works of art. Mastery in the Sonata forms and style is nowadays attributed automatically to the influence of Brahms, and Dohnanyi unquestionably owes much of his intimate knowledge to Brahms's work, and also to some considerable acquaintance with Brahms himself. Passages in Dohnanyi's ripest works can still be traced to an otigin in Brahms'.
The String Quartet No. 2 in D flat is one of Dohnanyi's finest -vorks and in form it is a remarkable fusion of the classical sonata style with the more modern symphonic style, of which Sibelius is such a master.
' Tales and Songs of Paraguay'
J. W. LINDSAY
' Round about Cape Horn '
' Hurricane in Salvador
G. V. RICHDALE
EVELYN SCOTNEY (soprano)
Relayed from Holy Trinity Church,
Prince Consort Road, London
Order of Service
Hymn, Praise to the Lord (A. and M.
657 ; E. H. 536) (three verses)
Versicles and Responses Psalm 121
Lesson, St. Matthew vii, 1-14 Magnificat (To a Chant) Creed
Versicles and Responses Collects
Anthem, Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
Address by the Rev. Canon J. 0.
Hymn, Through all the changing scenes (A. and M. 290; E. H. 502)
An Appeal on behalf of THE VARIETY ARTISTES LADIES' GUILD by ELSIE CARLISLE
The Variety Artistes Ladies' Guild was founded in September, 1906, by a few ladies of the Variety profession, and has carried on its benevolent work for the past twenty-eight years. It has helped a large number of variety and circus artists and their families with monetary grants and clothing, has provided them with doctors and nurses, and has been, and still is, the only charity for the orphans of this branch of the profession. Recently a new wing was added to their Gracie Fields Orphanage at Peacehaven, and many more children will shortly be admitted. The Guild, therefore, needs further funds to carry on this good work. Expenses in connection with this charity are practically nil, nearly every penny sent in is used for the charity.
Variety artists are always the first to help others, and this is their own charity for members of their profession who are down on their luck. Listeners will remember the hours of entertainment and laughter that the entertainment world has given them when they hear the appeal to be made by Miss Elsie Carlisle this evening.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
Conductor, JULIUS HARRISON
THORPE BATES (baritone)
White Rock Pavilion, Hastings (Soloist, REGINALD WHITEHOUSE )
(For details, see page 34)