THE B.B.C. NORTHERN
(Leader, ALFRED BARKER )
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON
Overture, In Memoriam
I. Introduction; 2. Barcarolle; 3. Introduction and Bourrée; 4. Grotesque Dance ; 5. A la Valse; 6. Melodrama ; 7. Finale
Incidental Music, Henry VIII
1. Allegro moderato; 2. Song with Chorus; 3. Graceful Dance; 4. Water Music
I. Allegro non troppo vivace; 2. Andante espressione; 3. Andante con espressivo; 4. Allegretto non troppo; 5. Andante maestoso; 6. Allegro vivace e con fuoco
The Central Hall, Liverpool
Prayer of Invocation and Lord's Prayer Hymn, Come, Saviour. Jesus, from above (M.H.B., 546) (Tune, Ware-ham)
Lesson, St. Luke iv, 14-32
Anthem, 0 Praise our God, ye People
(F. Buhler )
Hymn, 0 Thou to Whose all-searching sight (M.H.B., 505) (Tune, Justincation)
Address by the Reverend G. H. TAYLOR ,
B.D. Hymn , Lead, kindly Light (M.H.B.,
612) (Tune, Sandon)
Organist, ABIAH JONES
Reverend G. H.
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