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: The Birmingham Theatre Royal Orchestra

Conducted by SHERIDAN GORDON
EDMOND LETTS (baritone)
One of the longest runs on record ot any musical production - Chu Chin Chow and The Beggar's Opera alone were longer - was made with the popular musical comedy The Maid of the Mountains. Harold Fraser-Simson's melodious score contributed very largely to this success. It was first put on at Daly's in 1917, with José Collins in the cast. Hers, too, was a splendid achievement, and is still one of the more delightful war-time memories of officers and men on leave.

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Conducted By: Sheridan Gordon
Baritone: Edmond Letts

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

Relayed from
Peterborough Cathedral
Order of Service
Hymn, When all thy mercies, 0 my
God (A. and M. 517, E.H. 511)
Prayers and Responses Psalm cxxx
Lesson, St. Luke xi, 14-28
Nune Dimittis (Wood in E flat, No. i) Creed
Versiclcs and Responses Collects
Anthem, Hear my prayer (Arcadelt)
Address by The Right Rev. The Lord
Bishop of PETERBOROUGH
Hymn, Jesu, Lover of my soul (Tune,
Aberystwyth) (A. and M. 193; E.H. 414)
Organist and Choirmaster,
HENRY COLEMAN
Doctor C. M. Blagden was appointed Bishop of Peterborough in 1927. He was formerly Rector of Rugby and Archdeacon of Coventry. He was select preacher to the University of Oxford from 1905 to 1907, and an examiner in the honours school of theology from 1911 to 1913. This is the first time an address by him has been broadcast from Peterborough Cathedral.

Contributors

Choirmaster: Henry Coleman
Choirmaster: Doctor C. M. Blagden

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