Conductor, William Pethers
Dorothy Megeney (soprano)
Dorothy Megeney, the soloist in this programme, was trained at the Midland Institute and for some time was a pupil of Frank Titterton. She is well known as a ballad singer, particularly in Leamington Spa, where she has appeared in many of the Corporation concerts and also with Jan Berenska's Orchestra.
(By permission of Chief Officer
A. R. Tozer , O.B.E.)
Station Officer R. Ward
French Military March (Algerian Suite) - Saint-Saëns, arr. Godfrey
Overture, Orpheus in the Underworld - Offenbach, arr. Hibbert
'Tween Heather and Sea (xylophone solo) - Geldard
Selection, Romeo and Juliet - Gounod, arr. Godfrey
Mary Jarred (contralto)
The Male Chorus of the Birmingham Festival Choral
The City of Birmingham Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Cave
Conductor, Leslie Heward from the Town Hall, Birmingham
Academic Festival Overture
Minuet (Serenade, Op. 11 in D) Songs with viola obbligato
Longing at Rest
Cradle Song of the Virgin
(Solo viola, FRANK VENTON )
(Solo pianoforte, MICHAEL MULLINAR ) Rhapsody for alto voice, male chorus, and orchestra
Variations on a Theme by Haydn
(United) from Carr's Lane Church,
Conducted by the Rev. Lcyton Richards
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Great God, we sing that mighty hand (Cong. H. 618)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer Lesson, I Peter i, 1-13
Hymn, City of God, how broad and far (Cong. H. 219 ; S.P. 468)
Anthem, The Lord is my Shepherd
Address by the Rev. Canon T. Guy
Rogers, Rector of Birmingham
Hymn, When all Thy mercies, 0 my
God (Cong. H. 61 ; S.P. 694)
Organist, J. C. Parsons
Choirmaster, Cyril S. Christopher
This united service, in which Anglicans and Free Churchmen worship together, has become an annual event in the religious life of Birmingham, and is always held on the opening Sunday of the year.
Rev. Canon T.
An appeal on behalf of the GENERAL HOSPITAL, NUNEATON by Mrs. L. C. S. FITZROY-NEWDEGATE -
Nuneaton Hospital, with its 106 beds, treats nearly 4,000 patients yearly. The operations over this period number nearly 1,000. The principal grounds of the appeal this evening are the urgent necessity of an extension of the children's ward, and the provision of departments for massage and out-patients.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to Mrs. L. C. S. Fitzroy-Newdegate , [address removed]
Mrs. L. C. S.
Mrs. L. C. S.
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