from St. John's, Smith Square
Order of Service
Hymn, 0 Worship the King (A. and M. 167; S.P. 618)
Hymn, As with gladness men of old
(A. and M. 79 ; S.P. 83)
Lesson, Matthew ii, 7-12
Creed and Prayers
Hymn, City of God (S.P. 468 ; E. H.
Address by the Rev. D. A. V. WORTH
Hymn, Praise the Lord! Ye heavens adore Him (A. and M. 292 ; S.P. 624)
THE BBC MEN'S CHORUS
Conducted by TREVOR HARVEY
HENRY CUMMINGS (baritone)
At the pianoforte, ERNEST LUSH
Johnny come down to Hilo We're all bound to go
What shall we do with the drunken sailor?
Blow the man down Whisky Johnny A-roving
The Banks of Sacramento
Can't you dance the polka ? The Drummer and the Cook
Fire down below
(All edited by R. R. Terry )
An appeal on behalf of THE BERMONDSEY SETTLEMENT, by the Rev. J. SCOTT LIDGETT, C.H., D.D., Warden of the Settlement
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to the Rev. J. Scott Lidgett , C.H., D.D., [address removed]
Rev. J. Scott
Rev. J. Scott
GEOFFREY DUNN (tenor)
DIANA POULTON (lute)
The lute flourished especially during the sixteenth century, but Handel and Bach both wrote for it occasionally, and lute music was published as late as 1740. The programmes for this week are representative of the lute music of Spain, England, Germany, Italy, and France. The examples by Luis Milan were taken from the collection of that composer's works published in Valencia in 1536, and were written for the vihuela, an early form of the lute peculiar to Spain. Milan was the author of the earliest book on lute tablature, published in 1535. Further broadcasts in this series will be given on Monday (National), Tuesday (National), Thursday (Regional), and Friday (National).
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