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: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Conducted by The Rt. Rev. THE. BISHOP OF PRE
TORIA (NEVILLE S.
TALBOT, D.D.)
Relayed from THE TOWN HALL, BIR
MINGHAM

: 'The News'

WEATHER FORE
CAST, GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: A Choral and Orchestral Concert

THE MIDLAND
WIRELESS
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
EMILIE WALDRON (Soprano)
GEOFFREY DAMS (Tenor)
JAMES HOWELL (Bass)

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis
Soprano: Emilie Waldron
Bass: James Howell

: Excerpts from 'HIAWATHA'

(Coleridge-Taylor)
Tenor Solo, 'Onaway, awake, Beloved Soprano Solo, ' Then he sat down' Chorus, ' From his Wanderings '
Tenor Solo, He had seen a Water'
Bass Solo, ' True is all Iagoo tells us'

: Excerpts from The ' HYMN OF PRAISE' (Mendelssohn)

Duet and Chorus,
'I I waited for the Lord'
Tenor Solo, 'The
Sorrows of Death'
Chorus, 'The
Night is departing '
Chorale, 'Let all
Men praise the Lord'
Duet, 'My Song shall be alway Thy Mercy '
Chorus, 'Yo
Nations'

: Epilogue

(From
Birmingham)
'THE LAST SHALL
BE FIRST'
Hymn (Ancient
1 and Modem, 703)
Scripture Reading,
St. Matthew, Chapter XX, v. 23 to end of Chapter
Solo, 'O Rest in the Lord'
Benediction








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