from York Minster
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms lxxxii, Ixxxiii, Ixxxiv, lxxxv First Lesson, Genesis xlv, 1-15
Magnificat (Wood) (Plainsong, Tones
4 and 1) Second Lesson, Philippians ii
Nunc Dimittis (Wood) (Plainsong,
Tones 4 and 1) Anthem, Put me not to rebuke (Croft)
(Words, Psalm 38, 1-3)
Hymn, 0 help us, Lord ; each hour of need (EH. 83)
A Programme by HENRY REED AND THE
CHILDREN'S HOUR ORCHESTRA in which they will revive the music specially written for ' Storybook Suite ' and ' The Flying Classroom '
' Old Mother Bibbidy '
An Irish tale by HAROLD CARPENTER read by FRANK NICHOLS
5.45 From Regional :
' Riding through the Pampas ' by A. F. TSCHIFFELY
An Anatomy of Jazz presented by Henry Reed and his Orchestra with Brent Wood
' Jam Session '
It is the jazz artist's supreme delight to join in a ' jam session '—that is an assembly of instrumentalists who, without prearranged plan or written music, play numbers familiar to all, a steady foundation being provided by the rhythm section while each soloist improvises. Everything depends- on the inspiration of the moment, so that a ' jam session is something of a gamble. But an anatomy of jazz would be incomplete if it did not include the experience. If the players feel in the mood, and we hope they will on this occasion, a ' jam session ' can work up ' swing ' in its most stimulating form.
Is there any alternative to school examinations? The subject will be discussed by some who are closely concerned with it. Among them will be two parents, and also Miss M.F. Adams, Headmistress of the Queen Mary High School in Liverpool; Sir John Barlow , Mr. R.J. Evans, a member of the Northern Universities Joint Matriculation Board and Headmaster of Woodhouse Grammar School, Sheffield; Sir Percival Meadon, Director of Education for Lancashire; Dr. J.H. Myers, Senior Tutor in the University of Manchester; and Mr. F. Pennington, for many years Headmaster of the Marple Council School, now of the Willow School, and Secretary of the Cheshire Country Teachers Association.
Miss M. F.
Mr. R. J.
Dr. J. H.
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