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from the Pump Room,
Leamington Spa


Conductor. J. Boddice
Mark Mellers (baritone)


(Church of England) from the Parish Church,
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Invocation and Lord's.Prayer Versicles and Responses Psalm cxix, 97-112
Lesson, St. John xx, 24-31 Magnificat Creed
Lord's Prayer-Versicles, Responses, and Collects
Hymn, Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear (A. and M. 690)
Address by the Ven. PERCY HARTILL,
Rector and Archdeacon of Stoke-on-Trent.
Hymn, Fill Thou my life, 0 Lord my God (A. and M. 705 ; S.P. 492)
Organist and Choirmaster,
W. Griffiths
Archdeacon Hartill , who is giving the address for this service, is a native of Staffordshire. He was appointed Rector and Archdeacon of Stoke in 1935, and has been examining chaplain to the Bishop of Lichfield since 1930. He wrote 'The Necessity of Redemption ', published in 1927, and was the joint author with the Rev. F. H. Brabant of ' Faith and Truth '.


Choirmaster: W. Griffiths
Choirmaster: Archdeacon Hartill
Unknown: Rev. F. H. Brabant


including Weather Forecast

: A Harp Recital

by Gwendolen Mason
Gwendolen Mason was a pupil of the late John Thomas, the famous Welsh harpist, and for some years was professor and examiner at the R.A.M. and R.C.M. She is a leading harpist in chamber concerts in London and in musical centres in the provinces; and she is famous for having made the Ravel Septet familiar to music lovers in this country. She has performed that work under the baton of Ravel himself.

Fantasie - Saint-Sains
Soeur Monique - Couperin
Bourree in B minor - Bach, arr. Saint-Saens
Nocturne - Debussy, arr. Jacquet-Reine
Vers la source dans Ie bois (To the Spring in the Wood) - Tournier


Harpist: Gwendolen Mason

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