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: Music of John Ireland

A Recital by GEORGE GIBBS (baritone) and MICHAEL MULLINAR (pianoforte)
Merry Andrew April
The Vagabond
I have twelve oxen
IThe Soldier
Hope the Hornblower
The Towing Path February Child Aubade
Her Song
Goal and Wicket The Adoration
When lights go rolling round the sky


Baritone: George Gibbs
Pianoforte: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Andrew April
Unknown: George Gibbs
Hornblower: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: George Gibbs

: A Poetry Reading

JOHN MORLEY , reading Poems by Tennyson


Unknown: John Morley


Relayed from Southwell Minster
Antiphon, Bow down Thine ear, 0
Lord, and hear us
Hymn, The King of love my Shepherd is (E.H., 490; A. and M., 197)
Versicles and Responses Psalm xxiii
Lesson, Isaiah xl, verses I to 11 Magnificat in G (Cooke) Lord's Prayer
Anthem, The Lord's my Shepherd
(Brother James's Air, arr. Gordon Jacob )
Address by the Very Rev. W. J.
CONYBEARE (Provost of Southwell)
Extended Choral, God is our Hope and Strength (Bach Cantata, No. 24)
Hymn, 0 worship the King (E.H.,
466 ; A. and M., 167)
Blessing and Final Amen
Organist and Rector Chori ,
THIS is the first relay of a religious service from Southwell Minster, Nottingham-shire. Archdeacon Conybeare, Provost and Rector since 1918, broadcast an account of the cathedral before the recital by G. T. Francis on the new organ in February. He was private secretary to Sir Fowell Buxton , Governor of South Australia in 1895, and domestic chaplain to Archbishops Temple and Davidson, 1900 to 1903.


Unknown: Gordon Jacob
Unknown: Rector Chori
Unknown: G. T. Francis
Unknown: G. T. Francis
Unknown: Sir Fowell Buxton

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of THE GENERAL HOSPITAL, NOTTINGHAM, by R. G. HOGARTH , Esq., C.B.E., J.P.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged addressed to [address removed]


Unknown: R. G. Hogarth
Unknown: R. G. Hogarth

: 'The News'

Weather Forecast, General News Bulletin, followed by Regional Announcements

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