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: WINGATES TEMPERANCE BAND

Conductor, H. MOSS
ERNEST HARGREAVES (tenor) BAND ERNEST HARGREAVES BAND ERNEST HARGREAVES BAND

Contributors

Conductor: H. Moss
Tenor: Ernest Hargreaves

: THE JACK HARDY QUINTET

with W. B. MACMILLAN (tenor)

Contributors

Tenor: W. B. MacMillan

: Anatomy of Music

Illustrated on the Gramophone by F. H. SHERA , Rossiter Hoyle Professor
' of Music in the University of Sheffield
The ballet from which the Firebird Suite is taken was the first composition to make Stravinsky famous in Western Europe. It is a brilliant and attractive musical setting of a Russian fairy tale.

Contributors

Unknown: F. H. Shera
Unknown: Rossiter Hoyle

: A Recital of North Country Songs

sung by THE NORTHUMBRIAN SINGERS

: Interval

and any Northern Announcements

: A ROMAN CATHOLIC SERVICE

from the Church of the Holy Name, Manchester
The Bells
Order of Service
Litany of the Holy Name
Hymn, Praise to the Holiest (W.H. 56)
Address by the Rev. HENRY IRWIN , S.J., of Heythrop College, Oxfordshire
Motet, Angelis Suis (Psalm xc, 11, 12)
(Rheinberger)
Benediction :
0 Salutaris (Elgar)
Tantum Ergo (Plain Chant-
Vittoria)
Blessing
Hymn, Sweet Saviour, bless us
(W.H. 215)
Organist, VINCENT HEYWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Henry Irwin
Unknown: Angelis Suis
Organist: Vincent Heywood

: THE NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: A Pianoforte Recitnl of Grieg's Music

by R. MILES COVERDALE
Halling Ballad
Peasant's Song
Sailor's Song Summer Eve Butterfly
Peace of the Woods Sylph
Evening in the Mountains Homeward

: THE BBC NORTHERN ORCHESTRA

Leader, ALFRED BARKER
Conductor, T. H. MORRISON
DON HYDEN (violin) ORCHESTRA DON HYDEN AND ORCHESTRA I. Allegro non troppo; 2. Andante;
3. Rondo : Allegro ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Leader: Alfred Barker
Conductor: T. H. Morrison
Violin: Don Hyden








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