(Church of England) from Hunslet Parish Church, Leeds
9.30 Order of Service
Hymn, Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear (A. and M. 690)
Confession and Absolution
Lord's Prayer and Versicles Psalm xx
Lesson, Mark x, 1-27 Benedictus Collects
Hymn, 0 Holy Ghost, Thy people bless (A. and M. 211)
Address by the Rev. D. H. S.
MOULD, Vicar of Hunslet
Hymn, Fight the good fight (A. and M. 540 ; S.P. 491)
Organist and Choirmaster,
A. W. Kaye
Conductor, Gregor J. Grant
Jean Craig (mezzo-soprano)
by John Gloag read by the author
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Barbi rolli (Solo violoncello, Piatigorsky): Concerto in A minor (Schumann)-1 Nicht zu schnell. 2 Langsam-Etwas lebhaft. 3 Sehr lebhaft
The BBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor, Sir Adrian Boult : Polovtsian March (Act 3, Prince Igor) (Borodin, arr. Rimsky-Korsakov)
for the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleets from Southampton Docks
Order of Service
Hymn, Eternal Father, strong to save
(A. and M. 370 ; S.P. 336)
Lesson, Isaiah Ix, 1-11
Hymn, Almighty Father, hear our cry (A. and M. 371)
Prayers and General Thanksgiving An Anthem of the Sea
Address by the Right Rev. the Lord
Bishop of WINCHESTER
Hymn, 0 worship the King (A. and M. 167 ; S.P. 618)
In commemoration of Merchant Navy Week, a service is being held in Shed 108 on the new Southern Railway dock at Southampton. At
2.50 John Lampson will set the scene and describe the procession on its way to the service, which will begin at 3.0. In the procession it is hoped that there will be parties from H.M.S. Resolution and H.M.S. Southampton, a party representing the National Union of Seamen, a detachment of Sea Scouts, and boys from the Boys' Orphanage, many of whose fathers lost their lives at sea. The Mayors and Corporations of Winchester and Southampton will attend the service in state. Listeners will hear bands and bugles drawn from ships in the port, as well as the Southern Railway's Dock and Marine Band; and also a choir of two hundred voices. Hitherto, the service has always been held in Winchester Cathedral. This is the first time that the ships in the port have been able to join in.
by Mrs. Norman O'Neill
F. C. Eeles ,
Secretary of the Central Council for the Care of Churches
with Diana Clare
For the immediate future the fortnightly film talks are to be given by different speakers, instead of by one and the same speaker as has been the custom in the past. Robert Herring, who is to give the opening talk this evening, is editor of Life and Letters, and also film critic for the Manchester Guardian and the Glasgow Herald.
John McKenna (tenor)
The London String Trio :
Jean Pougnet (violin) ; William Primrose (viola) ; Anthony Pini
Presented by Frank Stewart
(Church of England) from the Concert Hall,
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Ye holy angels bright (S.P.
701 ; A. and M. 546)
Confession and Absolution
Lord's Prayer, Versicles, and Responses
Psalms xlii, xliii
First Lesson, I Kings xii, 1-20
Magnificat (Hylton Stewart , in C) Second Lesson, Acts xvii, 16-32
Nunc Dimittis (Hylton Stewart , in C) Creed, Versicles, and Collects
Anthem, Hear my Prayer (Mendelssohn)
Hymn, Lead, kindly Light (S.P. 554,
A. and M. 266 ; Tune, Sandon)
An appeal on behalf of ST. VINCENT'S ORTHOPÆDlC
HOSPITAL, EASTCOTE, MIDDLESEX by ROBERT SPEAIGHT
St. Vincent's Orthopsedic Hospital for the open-air treatment of crippling diseases admits children-boys and girls-from babyhood up to sixteen years of age. There are 198 beds in all.
The hospital is entirely dependent upon voluntary contributions for all building expenses, and the need for new wards is a pressing one. New boys' wards especially are urgently required, for with one exception all the boys' wards are the original wooden buildings put up in 1918, and are now obsolete.
The hospital has its own work-shops where all surgical appliances, boots and so forth are made. There are trade classes for boys over fourteen years of age and they are trained as bootmakers, tailors, splint-makers or gardeners, and are frequently placed in employment direct from the hospital.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by Stanford Robinson
Leader, David Wise
Conductor, Anthony Collins Kathleen Cooper (pianoforte)
Karl Friedrich Abel, born in 1725, was not only a composer of symphonic music held in such esteem that until only recently a symphony of his was attributed to Mozart, but he was one of the foremost viola da gamba players in Europe. He played also the harpsichord, the horn, and what were then described as ' new instruments never heard in public before'. On all of them he performed brilliantly. He came to London in 1759 and lived there till his death in 1787. He seems to have been quite a celebrity in London ; Gainsborough painted him at least twice ; there are other portraits in existence ; he numbered J. B. Cramer amongst his pupils, and impressed Dr. Burney as a fine musician. His master, by the way, was J. S. Bach himself ; he was brought up at the Thomasschule in Leipzig during Bach's cantorship.
Rieti is an Italian composer who was born in 1898. He studied under
Casella and Respighi, and in addition to the Concerto to be heard this evening his compositions include a suite, ' Noah's Ark', a ballet, Barabau, which was produced by Diaghilev in London in 1925, and some chamber music.
(For details, see page 31)
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