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Relayed from The Pump Room, Leamington Spa

: Midland Composers—XX BASIL HARWOOD

Another Midland composer hailing from Gloucestershire. He composed a great deal of Church and Organ Music, his Organ Concerto being performed at the Gloucester Festival in 1910 An Organ Recital By T. W. NORTH
Relayed from The Church of the Messiah,
Dithyramb, Op. 7 Andante
Maestoso onata in C sharP mmor Lullaby, Op. 50
Finale from Op. 51

: The Songs of Roger Quilter

A Recital
Lyric Song Cycle, To Julia
1. Prelude ; 2. The Bracelet; 3. The -Maiden Blush ; 4. To Daisies ; 5. The Night Piece ; 6. Julia's Hair ; 7. Interlude ; 8. Cherry Ripe
Five Elizabethan Lyrics
1. Weep you no more; 2. My life's delight; 3. Damask Roses ; 4. Brown is my love ; 5. Fair House of Joy


Tenor: John Adams
Unknown: Maiden Blush


Relayed from The Albert Hall , Nottingham
Order of Service :
Hymn, Where cross the crowded ways of life Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Reading from the Scriptures
Anthem, As pants the hart (Spohr) Prayer
Hymn, Jesu, the very thought of Thee (Songs of Praise, No. 547)
Sermon by the Reverend G. OSBORN GREGORY
Hymn, I heard the voice of Jesus (Songs of Praise,
No. 529)
Organ Voluntary
Bernard Johnson recently announced that next June he intends to retire from the position of organist at the Albert Hall , which he will then have occupied for twenty-five years. He was the first provincial musician to be elected President of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. For many years he has been Director of Music to University College, Nottingham. A number of his organ recitals have been broadcast. A recital of some of his songs was given in Nottinghamshire Week.


Unknown: Albert Hall
Organist: Bernard Johnson
Organist: Bernard Johnson
Unknown: Albert Hall

: ' The News'

WEATHER FORECAST, GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN, followed by Regional Announcements

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