Directed by JOHN BRIDGE
ANNE BROADHURST (contralto)
Glinka (1804-57), that pioneer of Russian music, one day heard a village wedding song and a country dance (the ' Komarinskaja '), and out of these he made an orchestral piece. Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov both regarded the piece as the foundation of all orchestral treatment of Russian folk-music.
The Holy Name Church, Manchester
Order oj Service
Prayers Bona Mors
Motet, Chorus from Rheinberger's
Address by the Rev. F. SHERLIKER , S.J. :
' Christ and the Cross '
Hymn, Glory be to Jesus (F. M. de
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
0 Salutaris (Elgar, in F) Tantum Ergo (Webb) Divine Praises
Hymn, 0 Mother blest (Westminster
Organist, C. V. HEYWOOD
An Appeal on behalf of THE INCORPORATED LANCASHIRE AND CHESHIRE SOCIETY FOR THE PERMANENT CARE OF THE FEEBLE MINDED, by Councillor CAREY M. BOWDEN , J.P.
Contributions will be gratefully received by [address removed].
(Leader, H. S. CROPPER )
Conductor, LOUIS COHEN
DOROTHY REID (contralto)
The Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
ORCHESTRA Overture, Mignon - Ambroise Thomas
Suite, London Every Day r. Covent Garden (Tarantelle) ; 2. Westminster (Meditation); 3. Knightsbridge (March) - Eric Coates
DOROTHY REID AND ORCHESTRA Aria, 0 Mio Fernando (La Favorita) - Donizetti
ORCHESTRA Andante Cantabile (For Tchaikovsky strings) - Grainger
Mock Morris (For Tchaikovsky strings) - Grainger
Three Blind Mice - Srawley
Dance of the Hours (La Gioconda) - Ponchielli
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