from Tyndale Baptist Church,
Order of Service
Hymn, Immortal, Invisible God
(B.C.H. 29, S.P. 535)
Thanksgiving and Confession Chant, Isaiah IV
Scripture Reading, Romans VII, 28-39
Hymn, Dear Lord and Father of mankind (B.C.H. 382, S.P. 481)
Address by the Rev. F.C. Bryan
Hymn, Through all the changing scenes of life (B.C.H. 374. S.P. 677)
Organist, Walter Maker
Rev. F. C.
0 Tabernacl, Eglwys y Bedyddwyr,
(A Religious Service in Welsh from Tabernacle Baptist Church, Colwyn
Gwasanaeth Emyn 741, Caffed f'enaid heddiw lonydd (Ton, Ynys Owen )
Darllen, Salm xxxiv
Emyn 367, Rhoist imi lawer arwydd
Gweddi Emyn 640, Tyred, Ysbryd Glan
Sancteiddiol (Ton, Argoed)
Pregeth gan y Parch, J. S. JONES
Emyn 867, Llawn o ofid, llawn o wae
Cyfeilyddion, H. R. DAVIES a MATI
Arweinydd, LLEWELYN T. JONES
Yr Emynau a'r Tonau o'r
. by VIVIAN LANGRISH
with WEBSTER BOOTH
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by CRAWFORD MCNAIR
with DON CARLOS
From Haydn's The Creation
Peter Dawson (bass-baritone) : Rolling in foaming billows
Helene Ludolph (soprano): With verdure clad
The Royal Choral Society, with The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Malcolm Sargent : Achieved is the glorious work
From Handel's Messiah
Orchestra conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, Bart. : Overture
The Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conducted by Kennedy Scott : For unto us a child is born
Marian Anderson (contralto) : He was despised and rejected
Arthur Fear (baritone) : The trumpet shall sound
From Mendelssohn's St. Paul
Muriel Brunskill (contralto) : Recit. and Aria. But the Lord is mindful of His own
Keith Falkner (baritone): God, have mercy upon me
The BBC Chorus, conducted by Leslie Woodgate, with Berkeley Mason at the Organ: O great is the depth
from St. Martin's Parish Church,
(Children from the Birmingham Blue
Order of Service
Hymn, All things which live below the sky (S.P. 445, M.H.B. 852)
Anthem, The Lord is my Shepherd
(Brother James' Air)
Lesson, passages read by scholars
Hymn, Daisies are our silver (S.P. 354)
Address by the Rev. Canon T. Guy
Hymn, Lord of all hopefulness (S.P.
Organist and Choirmaster,
Rev. Canon T.
' Caring for the Konds'
A Primitive Hill People of India
The Rev. E. M. Evans
Rev. E. M.
ESTHER COLEMAN (contralto)
THE REGINALD PAUL
George Stratton (violin) ; Watson Forbes (viola); John Moore (violoncello) ; Reginald Paul (pianoforte)
Josef Suk is one of the leading Czech composers and, since its foundation in 1892, has played the violin in the Bohemian String Quartet. Born in 1874, he studied piano, violin, and composition at the Prague Conservatoire, his professor of composition being Dvorak, whose daughter he married. Suk himself has a composition class at the Conservatoire, of which he is also Director.
The Pianoforte Quartet in A dates from 1860 when Brahms was twenty-seven years of age. It is a very beautiful work, less serious in character than its companion quartet in G minor. Brahms's admiration for Mendelssohn is well known, and it is interesting to note that there is a curious melodic similarity between the first tune of the Scherzo of the A major Quartet and that of the Scherzo of Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in D minor. Possibly, Brahms intended it to be a graceful compliment.
'If the French had landed in Bantry
Bay in 1796' MAURICE HEALY
In 1796, Ireland being full of discontent, the French Republic sent an expedition to Bantry Bay under General Hoche to assist the disaffected and set up an Irish Republic that would have been allied with France. The expedition was not intercepted by the British fleet and, although dispersed by the weather, almost all the ships arrived in Bantry Bay. There they stayed without landing the troops for two whole weeks, waiting for Hoche's ship. As it did not appear, the expedition returned to Bresthaving accomplished nothing.
Led by LAURANCE TURNER
Conducted by AYLMER BUESST
Order of Service
Hymn, Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven (A. and M. 298, S.P. 623)
Confession and Thanksgiving Psalm iii
Lesson, Isaiah xl, 25 to end Nunc Dimittis
Hymn, All as God wills, who wisely heeds (S.P. 438, omit w. 5 and 6) Address by the Rev. H. C. ROBINS ,
Vicar of Portsea and Hon. Canon of Portsmouth Cathedral
Hymn, 0 life that makest all things new
Organist, J. H. ALDEN
Rev. H. C.
An appeal on behalf of THE CHILDREN'S
HEART HOME, LANCING by HELEN SIMPSON
The Children's Heart Home began its work at Lancing in 1927 and was at first used for children who needed ordinary convalescent treatment. In 1930 twenty beds were reserved for children with rheumatic heart disease from the Rheumatic Clinic at the Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street. The results were so successful that this side of the work was considerably developed ; in six years over a thousand children have passed through the home and there are now seventy beds available.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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Leslie Jeffries and his orchestra are one of the most popular combinations on the air. Although only thirty-eight years of age, Mr. Jeffries has had nearly a quarter of a century of active life in his profession. He has played in many parts of the world, including New York where, at the age of fifteen, he conducted an orchestra of thirty musicians.
Although Mr. Jeffries is a serious musician at heart he realises that his job is not to educate, but to entertain, and therefore he must carefully study the varied tastes of his public. He has found by experience that well written and well played music of a light and tuneful character is what is mostly demanded and enjoyed.
Of all American writers, Henry James was the least American. If one can fix any label to him at all, it is that of ' good European '. He loved all European culture and that of England in particular. It was appropriate that the year before his death (in 1916) he became a naturalised Englishman. It has been said of him that he interpreted Europe to America. His novels are full of Americans who instead of boasting of ' God's own Country ' are home-sick for Europe, and the ' little schoolmarm ' who is the heroine of Four Meetings is yet another of them. What happened to her in Europe, listeners must discover for themselves.
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