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: The B.B.C. Theatre Orchestra

Conductor, LESLIE WOODGATE
TREFOR JONES (Tenor)

Contributors

Conductor: Leslie Woodgate

: A Violoncello and Harpsichord Recital

by SHERIDAN RUSSELL and JEAN HAMILTON
BORN in 1892, in Gloucestershire,
Herbert Howells had his first instruction at the hands of Dr. Herbert Brewer , of Gloucester Cathedral. He was himself an articled pupil there for a time, coming in 1912 to the Royal College of Music in London with an open scholarship. After a brilliant career as a student, he joined the staff of the College and has since earned a distinguished position for himself among the younger native composers. Ho is at home in every form of music except opera, which he has not yet explored, and in all of them displays a sure hand and a real facility of invention. In spite of his duties in London, and the way in which the great world has captured so much of his gifts, Howells remains at heart a real West Country-man, with a keen interest in Gloucestershire.
Throe pieces for Violoncello and Harpsichord:
THOMAS AUGUSTUS ARNE in hia own day was recognised as tho foremost English musician, and, indeed, from the production of his music to Milton's 'Comus ' in 1738 until about the middle of last century, there was none to challenge that position with him. Since then, his music has been somewhat unaccountably neglected, and wo owe it largely to tho enthusiasm of some of our young musicians today that the boat of it is being revived.

Contributors

Unknown: Sheridan Russell
Unknown: Jean Hamilton
Unknown: Herbert Howells
Unknown: Dr. Herbert Brewer
Unknown: Thomas Augustus Arne

: THE MODERN DILEMMA' —XII

The Rev. NATHANIEL MICKLEM

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Nathaniel Micklem

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(From, the Studio)
Conducted by the Rev. F. W. CHUDLEIGH
Superintendent of THE EAST END
WESLEYAN MISSION, STEPNEY
Hymn: Ancient and Modern 59, 0
Come, all ye Faithful (verses 1, 2 and 3) Hallowing Introduction
The Lord's Prayer
Thanksgiving
Bible Losaon , St. Luke ii, 6-20
Magnificat
Prayers
Hymn Ancient and Modern 62, While
Shepherds watched
ADDRESS by the Rev. F. W. CHUDLEIGH
Hymn : Ancient and Modern 60, Hark, tho herald Angels sing
Prayer and Blessing
Carol
The text, of the above service will be found on page 4 of ' Services for Broadcasting '

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. F. W. Chudleigh
Unknown: Bible Losaon
Unknown: Rev. F. W. Chudleigh

: 'The News'

WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN ; Regional News

: Sunday Orchestral Concerts-X

PERCY HEMING (Baritone)
THE B.B.C. STUDIO SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
(Loader, ARTHUR CATTERALL )
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Catterall
Conducted By: John Barbirolli








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