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: A Farewell Concert

by THE NORTHERN
STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Directed by JOHN BRIDGE
This is the last broadcast of the Northern Studio Orchestra prior to the inaugural broadcast of the newly formed B.B .C. Northern Orchestra on Wednesday. The new combination is composed of thirty-five players, and is therefore a full orchestra capable of tackling, without augmentation, the greater part of the orchestral repertory. The Northern Studio Orchestra, composed of only nine players, has been in existence for three years, and although it has carried thiough most of the studio broadcasting in the North, its power to cope with big music was naturally either limited or ineffective. The nine players will be absorbed into the new orchestra, to form its nucleus ; the remainder of the new players have been drawn from the Halle and Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestras, and the conductor will be T. H. Morrison.

Contributors

Directed By: John Bridge

: A METHODIST SERVICE

Relayed from
The Central Hall, Manchester
Order of Service
Hymn, Our blest Redeemer (M.H.B.,
283)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Anthem, The Lord is loving (Garrett) Scripture Reading, Romans viii,
31-39
Hymn, How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds (M.H.B., 99)
Address by the Rev. F. T. COPPLE -
STONE
Hymn, In heavenly love abiding
(M.H.B., 528)
Benediction
Organist, JOHN DUCKER

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. F. T. Copple
Organist: John Ducker

: The Week's Good Cause

An Appeal on behalf of THE BECKETT HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY, BARNSLEY, by Lady SUTHERLAND, C.B.E.
All contributions will be gratefully received by Lady Sutherland, [address removed]
(From Leeds)

: ' The News'

Weather Forecast
General News Bulletin








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