Relayed from The Congregational
Order of Service
Hymn, Fill Thou my life (Cong. H. 30 ;
A. and M., 705)
Invocation and General Thanksgiving Chant, Psalm Ixvii , God be merciful unto us (Cong. H., 783)
Lesson, Psalm xvi Prayers
Hymn, Eternal God Whose changeless will (Cong. H., 220)
Address by the Rev. J. ALLARDYCE
Hvmn, Lead us, 0 Father (Cong. H.,
459; S.P., 102)
STUART CHASE , author of 'Men and Machines' and ' The Tragedy of Waste'
This series has been made possible by the co-operation of the National Broadcasting Company and the Columbia Broadcasting System of America
(Leader, W. H. REED )
Conducted by ADRIAN BOULT
BEATRICE HARRISON (violoncello) The first movement of this is full of exhilaration. For some reason which no one knows, the second movement is always called 'The Pilgrim's March.' The customary Scherzo movement is here rather like a Minuet, while the last movement is in Tarajitclle rhythm. symphony
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