This Derbyshire quartet, which has broadcast several times, consists of Frederic S. Harrison (alto), Harry Dexter (tenor), J. William Isam (baritone), and Walter Parkin (bass). It has had many successes at festivals, including honours at Blackpool last year-first in alto lead class, and third in tenor lead class.
Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
The Londonderry Air is, perhaps, the best known of all Irish folk-tunes, though its discovery really belongs to recent times. It has been arranged for different instruments in a great number of ways, but in its original form it has been described by the late Sir Hubert Parry as ' one of the most perfect tunes in existence of a simple and emotional type '.
St. Mary's Church, Nottingham
Order of Service
Hymn, Love Divine, all loves excelling
Opening Sentence Psalm 47
Lesson, I Corinthians xiii (Moffatt's
Magnificat in G (Walford Davies )
Address by the Rev. E. E. J. MARTIN
(Vicar of St. Jude's, Mapperley, Nottingham)
Anthem, If ye love me (Tallis) Prayers
Hymn, Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost
Organist and Choirmaster,
H. 0. HODGSON
Rev. E. E. J.
An Appeal on behalf of THE DERBYSHIRE ROYAL INFIRMARY
By Brig.-Gen. E. C. W. D. WALTHALL,
Over one million patients have been treated in Derbyshire Royal Infirmary, which serves a busy manufacturing town and a large country area, partly agricultural and partly industrial. To meet the increasing demand, a fund of £90,000 is needed for additional wards, operating theatres, administrative buildings and a paying block for persons of limited incomes. General Walthall is Chairman of the Board of Management.
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