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: A Recital

by GEORGE GIBBS (baritone) and GWENDOLINE PARKE (pianoforte)

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Baritone: George Gibbs
Pianoforte: Gwendoline Parke

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: 'Do You Remember?'

A Programme of Gramophone Records
Presented by ROBERT TREDINNICK

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Presented By: Robert Tredinnick

: A Recital

by THE PETERBOROUGH
CATHEDRAL CHOIR and HENRY COLEMAN (organ)
Relayed from Peterborough Cathedral
The Choir of Peterborough Cathedral, which listeners last heard in the Masters of the King's Musick from Midland in Jubilee week, has regularly broadcast during the last two years, chiefly in unaccompanied singing. Only three of the nine numbers in the present recital will be unaccompanied, however ; one of these, ' Grant us Grace, Lord ', is by Dr. Alfred Whitehead , organist of Montreal Cathedral, and is dedicated to Dr. Coleman and the Peterborough Choir. Bach's lovely aria and chorale will be sung by the boys alone. Dr. Coleman has been organist at Peterborough Cathedral since 1921.

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Coleman
Organist: Dr. Alfred Whitehead








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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