THE B.B.C. MIDLAND ORCHESTRA
(Leader, Alfred Cave)
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
EMILY BROUGHTON (soprano)
Coronation March } (VIII)
Three Dances enry
I. Morris Dance; 2. Shepherd's Dance; 3. Torch Dance
EMILY BROUGHTON AND ORCHESTRA To-day my spinet (Tom Jones) Waltz Song (Merrie England)
Minuet (Symphony No. 2, in A minor)
Bourree and Gigue (Much Ado about
Love, the Pedlar
Daffodils a-blowing Charming Chloe
Sir Edward German was born at Whit-church, Salop. He studied at Shrews-bury, with Walter Hay, before going to the R.A.M. He was the subject of one of the Midland Composers series of concerts in Midland Regional's Shropshire Week last November.
St. Chad's Cathedral, Birmingham
Order of Service
Organ Prelude Prayers
Reading, St. John xviii
Hymn, Crown Him with many crowns
Sermon by The Rev. H. McDoNNELL
(of St. Patrick's Church, Walsall)
Hymn, Thee, 0 Christ, the Prince of Ages
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
0 Salutaris Hostia (Plainsong)
Motet, Sacerdotes Domini (Byrd)
Tantum ergo Sacramentum (Plainsong)
Adoremus in aetemum (Plainsong)
Organist and Choirmaster,
An Appeal on behalf of THE BIRMINGHAM CITIZENS' SOCIETY by Professor J. C. KYDD , M.A. (Chairman) Birmingham Citizens' Society promotes and coordinates charitable and social work in the City, thus preventing overlapping, and it assists in the distribution of special relief funds organised by the Lord Mayor. Richard Clements was its General Secretary for ten years before he was appointed to the National Council of Social Service, when he was succeeded by Mr. J. P. Cunninghame. Mrs. Agnes Taunton, J.P., is the Honorary Secretary.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged addressed to The Secretary, The Birmingham Citizens' Society, [address removed]
Professor J. C.
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