by Tom Jones
A Musical Biography
3-Schubert among his Friends
Presented by Victor Hely-Hutchinson
Marjorie Westbury (soprano)
George Parker (bass-baritone)
Ernest Element (violin)
Margaret Ablethorpe (pianoforte)
Leslie Heward (pianoforte)
Victor HeIy-Hutchinson (pianoforte)
The Alfred Cave Quartet:
Alfred Cave (first violin) ; Ernest Element
; Frank Venton (viola) ; Harry Stanier
The following works will be used as illustrations
The Alfred Cave Quartet: Quartettsatz in C minor
George Parker : Gruppe aus dem
Tartarus. Ganymed. Der Tod und das
Madchen Leslie Heward and Victor Hely -
Hutchinson: Polonaise, Op. 61, No. 4, in D. Second Movement from Divertissement a l'hongroise. March in E flat
Marjorie Westbury : Hark, hark, the lark. Who is Sylvia?
Ernest Element and Margaret Ablethorpe : Last Two Movements from Sonatina in D
by Leila Brittain
(Methodist) from the Central Hall, Birmingham
8.0 Order of Service :
Introit, I will arise (Wolstenholme) Invocation
Hymn, Praise to the Holiest (M.H.B.
74; E.H. 471 ; A. and M. 172)
Anthem, Lord in this. Thy mercy's day (Plant)
Hymn, Thou hidden source of calm repose (M.H.B. 98, tune St. Chrysostom)
Address by the Rev. NOEL F. HUTCH -
Hymn, Peace, perfect peace (M.H.B.
501 ; A. and M. 537)
Organist, George Plant
Choirmaster, J. A. Sheasby
Rev. Noel F.
An appeal on behalf of THE WOLVERHAMPTON AND MIDLAND
COUNTIES EYE INFIRMARY by the Mayor of Wolverhampton,
Sir CHARLES MANDER
Since this infirmary was built in 1882, the work has been more than trebled. Extensive new buildings are needed, and for the first time in fifty years a public appeal is being made. Last year out-patient attendances totalled 58,500 ; the average of patients treated daily was 196.
Sir Charles Mander , who is making the appeal this evening, is well known to listeners. He was the informal chairman of ' Midland Parliament ' for three years.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
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