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The first of two recitals of Scottish folk songs introduced by Sir Hugh Roberton and sung by members of The Glasgow Orpheus Choir
(Scottish Programme)


Introduced By: Sir Hugh Roberton


Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Reginald Burston
John L. Lewis (tenor)
Pot-Pourri, The Ray Noble Medley
One of the most interesting of the numbers which Reginald Burston has chosen for this popular orchestral concert is the pot-pourri entitled ' Ray Noble', the last item in the programme. This consists of some of the recent works of one of our leading British rhythm composers, who at present is in America.


Conducted By: Reginald Burston
Tenor: John L. Lewis
Unknown: Ray Noble


(Roman Catholic) from St. Barnabas' Cathedral,
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Hail, Mary, pearl of grace
(W.H. 107)
Night Prayers
Address by the Very Rev. RALPH BAINES , S.J. (Rector of Mount St. Mary's College, Chesterfield)
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament:
0 Salutaris Hostia
0 Sacrum Convivium
Tantum ergo Sacramentum The Benediction
Parce, Domine, parce populo tuo Ne in aeternum irascaris nobis Divine Praises
Adoremus in aeternum Sanctissimum Sacramentum
Hymn, Ave, Maris Stella (W.H. 261)
Organist, Frank Taylor
St. Barnabas' is the Roman Catholic cathedral in Nottingham. It was built in 1842 from the design of A. W. Pugin , the first stone being laid by Cardinal Wiseman. The building is cruciform, and beneath the sanctuary is a crypt containing an altar dedicated to St. Peter.


Unknown: Very Rev. Ralph Baines
Unknown: Maris Stella
Organist: Frank Taylor
Unknown: A. W. Pugin
Unknown: Cardinal Wiseman.


An appeal on behalf of THE ROYAL VICTORIA HOSPITAL
BELFAST by The Most Hon. the Marquess of LONDONDERRY, K.G.
(National Programme)
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]


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