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: JAN BERENSKA AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Eric Cross (tenor) from the Pump Room,
Leamington Spa

: ' SPORT IN THE MIDLANDS'

including eye-witness accounts of Wolverhampton Wanderers v.
Stoke City
(Football League) by A. E. FOWLER Birmingham v. Huddersfield Town
(Football League) by E. A. EDEN
Lincolnshire, Derbyshire,
Nottinghamshire v.
North Midlands
(Rugby Union) by C. A. KERSHAW

Contributors

Unknown: A. E. Fowler
Unknown: C. A. Kershaw

: 'THE CREATION*

by Haydn
Nora Gruhn (soprano)
Webster Booth (tenor)
Norman Walker (bass)
The Derby Choral Union
The City of Birmingham Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by Harold Gray from the Drill Hall, Derby
Introduction: Representation of Chaos Recit.: In the beginning
Chorus: And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters
Air: Now vanish before the Holy Beams
Recit: And God made the firmament Air: The marvellous work
Recit. and Air: Rolling in foaming billows
Recit. and Air: With verdure clad Recit. and Chorus: Awake the harp Recit.: And God said ' Let there be Light'
Chorus: The Heavens are telling
Recit. and Air: On mighty pens
Recit.: And God created great whales Chorus: The Lord is great
Recit.: And God said ' Let the earth bring forth'
Recit.: And God created Man Air: In native worth
Recit.: And God saw everything that He had made
Chorus: Achieved is the Glorious Work

Contributors

Soprano: Nora Gruhn
Tenor: Webster Booth
Bass: Norman Walker
Leader: Alfred Cave
Conductor: Harold Gray

: GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

The Lener String Quartet

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Sydney Weale from the Victoria Hall ,
Stoke-on-Trent

Contributors

Unknown: Sydney Weale
Unknown: Victoria Hall

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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