Relayed from ST. MARGARET'S,
WESTMINSTER Dr. HENRY C. LEY .... Organ
HERBERT DAWSON .... Organ
GLADYS CURRIE (Soprano) MARY MORRIS (Contralto)
. C. KENNEDY SCOTT (Conductor)
Choral: Wer nur den lieben Gott lässt walten
(He who will suffer God to guide him)
Choral, plain, on organ
Organ prelude, in C Minor
Chorus (Cantata 27)
Organ prelude m A Minor
Duet (S. and A.) (Cantata 93) Organ prelude in A Minor , Chorals, sung by the Choir
. Motet : Come, Jesu, come, for double Choir
Organ : Prelude and Fugue in F Minor Choral : Allein Gott in der Höh sie Ehr'
(All Glory be to God on High)
Choral on organ
Opening Chorus (Cantata 112)
FOUNDED some six years ago by Charlos
Kennedy Scott, its enthusiastic conductor,
Hubert Foss , of the Oxford University Press, and Stanley. Roper, well known to listeners as a distinguished organist, the Club lias devoted itself to singing the Church Cantatas as faithfully as possible to the great Bach's own traditions and ideals. Itself a picked force of professional singers, it has always made a point of enlisting the help of those soloists-vocal and instrumental-who are not only eminent, each in his or her own way, but zealous followers of the aims by which the Club itself is guided. Its singing and playing of the Cantatas is thus on as high a plane, and as near to being genuine Bach as England can well achieve. B.B.C. listeners have already had more than one chance of endorsing that for themselves—one no longer ago than last Sunday, when the Club sang ono in the series of regular weekly Cantatas.
As its one ' day out,' the Club gives an annual instrumental concert, almost always of music which is otherwise neglected or forgotten ; last year Madame Landowska and her harpsichord provided it, and this year it will be in the hands of Myra Hess and Jelly d'Aranyi.