(Baptist) from Westgate Road Baptist Church,
9.30 Call to Worship
Hvmn, Lord God of morning and of night (Rv. B.C.H. 609)
Invocation and Lord's Prayer Lesson, Luke xvii, 11-21
Te Deum (Rv. B.C.H., Chant 119) Prayers
Hymn, Hills of the north, rejoice
(Rv. B.C.H. 545 ; S.P. 64)
Address by the Rev. J. 0. BARRETT
Hymn, 0 Thou who earnest from above (Rv. B.C.H. 373 ; A. and M. 698)
Organist and Choirmaster,
Directed by Sydney Phasey
by Lord Dunsany read by Felix Aylmer
Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Istar-Symphonic Variations (d'Indy)
Orquesta de Sevilla,
Manuel Navarro (solo pianoforte): Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Falla)
Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : Soiree dans Grenade (Evening in Granada) (Debussy, orch. Coppola)
(Other arrangements by Dorothy Hogben )
‘ Humility ’
The Rev. Father Vincent McNabb ,
In the first of these three talks, given on August 22, Father McNabb discussed ' Chastity Today he is to talk about a subject on which he playfully claims to be unqualified to speak. ' 'In default of listening to a humble speaker, who knows his subject from the inside he says, ' you must listen to one whose knowledge, such as it is, is only from the outside'. Naturally, only a really humble man would say that.
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by H. Foster Clark
with Vernon Adcock
(xylophone and vibraphone)
Charles Draper (clarinet)
The Griller String Quartet:
Sydney Griller (violin)
Jack O'Brien (violin) Philip Burton (viola)
Colin Hampton (violoncello) -Presto non assai ma con sentimento. 4 Con moto
Early in 1891, when Brahms went to stay with the Duke of Meiningen, he heard Miihlfeld, principal clarinet of the Meiningen Orchestra, whose tone was as beautiful as his execution was clean and brilliant. Brahms was so impressed that he asked Miihlfeld for a private recital, at which Miihlfeld played many examples of clarinet music, and explained the finer technical points of his instrument.
The result was that Brahms composed four works in which the clarinet played a predominant part: two Sonatas for clarinet and piano, a Trio for clarinet, 'cello and piano, and the Quintet for clarinet and string quartet. The Clarinet Quintet in B minor may be considered Brahms's swan-song in instrumental music and at the same time the crowning achievement of his life's work. It is a profoundly moving work full of pathos and deep feeling, particularly in the first two movements and at the end of the finale.
The second movement has a wonderfully romantic middle section in which the possibilities of the clarinet are exploited in a series of remarkable arabesques that are essentially Hungarian in style and origin.
(Roman Catholic) from the Church of Our Lady,
St. John's Wood
8.0 Order of Service
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus Hymn, Praise we our God with joy
Address by the Rev JOHN ARENDZEN ,
Motet, Dixit Maria (Hasler)
Benediction, 0 Salutaris (Webbe)
Motet, 0 Sacrum Convivium (D'Evry) Tantum Ergo (Plainsong) (Palestrind)
Adoremus in Aeternum (Allegri)
Hymn, Jesu, the very thought of Thee (W.H. 19)
Organist, W. Hyde
An appeal on behalf of ST. JOSEPH'S NURSING HOME by EVELYN WAUGH
St. Joseph's Nursing Home for Incurables is a home for aged people of any religious denomination. Some of the patients are homeless and have no one to look after them; others cannot, for some reason, be cared for by their relatives. Some are bedridden, some totally paralysed.
Of the ninety persons now being cared for in the Home, thirty-five bedridden patients are housed in a wooden hut that has been condemned by the authorities. Not only must this hut be rebuilt ; the Sisters would like to extend, to build a home with a hundred beds in place of the thirty-five-bed hut.
This is the first time a public appeal has been made on behalf of the Home, which has been run for sixteen years on private subscriptions and contributions. But these sources cover only running expenses and allow nothing for reconstruction. £6,000 is required to enable the work to be begun, and a further £14,000 for it to be completed.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
including Weather Forecast
When only a child Joseph Szigeti , the Hungarian violinist, who studied under Hubay at the Budapest Royal Academy, made his debut in Berlin. He then appeared in Dresden and in London, and during the period 1906-13 he toured and lived in England. In 1917 he was appointed Professor of the Master Classes at the Geneva Conservatoire, where he remained for seven years. Since that time Szigeti has become known as one of the greatest violinists of today. Not only is he a master of the classical repertoire, but he has made a name for himself as one of the leading interpreters of modern music.
Among the modern concertos with which Szigeti has associated himself is the Busoni Concerto, which is being broadcast from the Promenade Concert on Tuesday. Listeners will be interested to read on page 15 Szigeti's personal reminiscences of Busoni and his Concerto.
by Terence Horsley
Those taking part are:
Charles Mason, John Kevan, Cyril Nash, Robert Craven (by permission of Gordon Harbord), William Trent, Howard Marion-Crawford, Wallace Evennett (by permission of Reandco), Bryan Powley, Geoffrey Wincott, Joan Henley, William Heilbronn, and Eric Lugg (by permission of Gordon Harbord)
Production by John Cheatle
Fifteen years ago, the P. and O. liner Egypt, outward bound for India, was feeling her way through a dense fog twenty-five miles from Cape Ushant, the northern arm of the Bay of Biscay. At the same time, and in the same place, the French cargo steamer Seine was groping northwards. The vessels collided. The Egypt had her side ripped open; the Seine suffered damage to her bows. Within twenty minutes the Egypt sank to a depth of 400 feet, with Â£839,000 in gold bullion and Â£215,000 in silver bars on board her.
This is the story of the tremendous efforts of salvage workers to bring to the surface the Egypt's gold.