The Sieber Choir: Roses from the South (Johann Strauss )
Rawicz and Landauer (pianofortes) :
Schubert Time. Austria-Hungary Selection-I. Vienna ; 2. Budapest (arr. Rawicz and Landauer)
The Sieber Choir : Wine, Woman, and Song (Johann Strauss )
ARTHUR CATTERALL (violin)
THE KEDROFF QUARTET:
Nicholas Kedroff ; Thimothee Kasakoff ; Jean Denissoff ;
The Kedroff Vocal Quartet was founded by Nicholas Kedroff at St. Petersburg in 1879. The members of this ensemble have always been renowned singers, and since the date of its first performance at the St. Petersburg Conservatoire it has had, of course, changes of personnel. The two tenors and bass-Thimothee Kasakoff, Jean Denissoff , and Constantin Chmatkoff -Kaidanoff respectively-were formerly members of the Imperial Opera, and the baritone, Nicholas Kedroff , was a professor at the Imperial Conservatoire.
Arthur Catterall , who is now a Fellow of the Royal Manchester College of Music, studied there in his early days, under Willy Hess and Adolf Brodsky. His first appearance 4s a soloist was at a Hallé Concert in 1903. In 1909 he was in London as leader of the Promenade Concerts ; later, for several years he led the Hallé Orchestra. Since 1929 he has been leader of the BBC Symphony Orchestra, which post he has now reliquished to devote himself to teaching and solo work.
from Lewisham Parish Church
Order of Service
Hymn, Jesus shall reign (A. and M.
220, S.P. 545)
Lord's Prayer Responses Psalm cxii
Lesson, Philippians iv, 8-9 Magnificat Creed Prayers
Hymn, Stand up !—stand up for Jesus
(A. and M. 542, S.P. 646)
Address by the Rev. C. R. COTTER
Hymn, Fight the good fight (A. and M.
540, S.P. 491)
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