from Ripon Cathedral
The service will be sung by the combined choirs of Ripon, York, Durham, and Newcastle Cathedrals
Conductor, C. H. MOODY , C.B.E.,
(Organist, Ripon Cathedral)
The officiating Clergy are :- ..
The Dean of Ripon, who will give intercessions
The Archdeacon of Richmond, The
Venerable Arthur H. Watson
The Precentor, The Rev. H. R. Williams Processional Hymn, The God of Abraham praise (A. and M. 601; (Leoni)
Versicles and Responses
Psalm civ (Chant, Moody in G) First Lesson
Magnificat (Alcock in G)
(specially written for this Festival)
Second Lesson .
Nune Dimittis (Alcock in G)
First Anthem, Blessed City, heavenly Salem (Bairstow) Prayers
Offertory Hymn, Lights abode celestial
Salem (A. and M. 232) (Ellis)
Second Anthem, In Exitu Israel (
S. Wesley )
Organist, j. DYKES BOWER
(Organist of Durham Cathedral)
Rev. H. R.
A Quarter of an hour for the Younger
'The Three Red Noses' a story by J. and E. DICKINSON 'The Great Carpet Scandal' a Professor Branestawm story by NORMAN HUNTER , read by Harold
Songs by MYFANWY JONES , aged 14
presented by MURRAY ASHFORD from the Spa Theatre,
Scarborough Gladdy Sewell (comedienne)
Audrey Ball (soubrette) Sylvia Nicholls (dancer) Laurel Mather (soprano)
Jack Howard (baritone) Ivor Worring (pianist)
Bertie Robbins (acrobat and dancer)
Lionel King (entertainer)
Jean Pierre (dancer)
Will Ambro (comedian)
Murray Ashford (entertainer;
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