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: An Organ Recital

by GEORGE SUTCLIFFE
Relayed from
The City Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
(Newcastle Programme) in his early years Elgar held the post of organist, succeeding his father, at St. George's Church, Worcester. He did not, however, until much later write anything of importance for the organ beyond this Sonata. It was composed, as many of Elgar's works have been, for an occasion-the visit of some American musicians to Worcester Cathedral in July, 1898. The Sonata is admittedly difficult, but original and effective, and reflects the period in which it was written-somewhere between Caractacus and the ' Enigma' Variations.

Contributors

Unknown: George Sutcliffe

: ' March Winds '

A Programme of Poetry and Music
Presented by KENNETH ADAM

Contributors

Presented By: Kenneth Adam

: A ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICE

Relayed from
St. Anne's Church, Liverpool
Order of Service :
Organ Voluntary
Hymn, O'erwhelmed in depths of woe
(W. H., 25)
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus
Address by the W. T. C. SHEPARD , O.S.B.
Introit of the Third Sunday of Lent
(Plainsong)
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament:
0 Salutaris (Plainsong)
Attende, Domine (Plainsong) Tantum Ergo (Plainsong)
Divine Praises and Adoremus (Plainsong)
Hymn, All ye who seek (W. H., 24)

Contributors

Unknown: T. C. Shepard

: The Week's Good Cause

An appeal on behalf of THE BURSLEM, HAYWOOD AND TUNSTALL WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL by Alderman Sir
FRED HAYWARD, J.P.
Contributions will be gratefully received by [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Alderman Sir
Unknown: Alderman Sir Fred Hay

: ' The News '

Weather Forecast, General News Bulletin, followed by Regional Announcements








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