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: A FREE CHURCH SERVICE

Relayed from
The Albert Hall , Nottingham
Order of Service
Sanctus (Camidge) Prayer
Hymn, Sweet is the work, my God, my King (B.C.H. 577)
Lesson, Isaiah liii
Anthem, Hark, Hark, my soul (Words by F. W. Faber , Music by H. R. Shelley )
Prayers
Hymn, 0 Love that wilt not let me go
(B.C.H. 383; A. and M. 699)
Address by The Rev. F. H. WHEELER , of Derby Road Baptist Church, Nottingham
Hymn, The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended (B.C.H. 608; A. and M. 477)
Blessing
' Organist and Choirmaster,
L. A. PATTISON

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: F. W. Faber
Music By: H. R. Shelley
Unknown: Rev. F. H. Wheeler
Choirmaster: L. A. Pattison

: THE WEEK'S GOOD CAUSE

An Appeal on behalf of THE WOLVERHAMPTON, DUDLEY AND DISTRICTS INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND (Registered under the Blind Persons Act, 1920), by THE EARL OF DUDLEY, M.C.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed].

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: From the Operas

EVELINE STEVENSON
(soprano)
FRANK MULLINGS
(tenor)
THE BBC
MIDLAND ORCHESTRA
Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by H. FOSTER CLARK (Soloists, EVELINE STEVENSON and FRANK MULLINGS )
Eveline Stevenson and Frank Mullings have both had long experience in operatic work. Mr. Mullings was born in Walsall, trained at the Birmingham and Midland Institute, and made his debut in Gounod's Faust at Coventry in 1907. Miss Stevenson's first Midland broadcast was over twelve years ago.
Gogol's fantastic tale supplies the book for The Fair at Sorotchinski, an opera which Mussorgsky left at his death in a fragmentary state. It was not performed till 1914, when it was given in an edition made possible for the stage by Mussorgsky's devoted friends.
The story pictures life in Ukrania, and the songs and dances of country life in that part of Russia are made much of in the music, as in this lively Gopak. (Soloists, EVELINE STEVENSON and FRANK MULLINGS )(Soloists, EVELINE STEVENSON and FRANK MULLINGS )

Contributors

Soprano: Eveline Stevenson
Leader: Alfred Cave
Conducted By: H. Foster Clark
Soloists: Eveline Stevenson
Soloists: Frank Mullings
Unknown: Eveline Stevenson
Unknown: Frank Mullings
Soloists: Eveline Stevenson
Soloists: Frank Mullings
Soloists: Eveline Stevenson
Soloists: Frank Mullings








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