(And Mother too)
Arranged and presented by Frank A. Nichols and Crawford McNair
'with the assistance of Ruby Wigoder
The Lancashire Singers and The BBC Northern Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conducted by Crawford McNair
(Roman Catholic) from St. Anne's Catholic Church,
8.0 Order of Service
Compline (according to the Monastic
Short Lesson, I Peter, V., 8 and 9 General Confession (Confiteor) Three Psalms (iv, xc, cxxxiii)
Little Chapter (Jeremiah xiv, 9) Antiphon, Ave Regina caelorum
Address by the Rev. W. T. C...
O salutaris (York chant, Plainsong for Schools, Part 2, page 57)
O sacrum convivium (Ambrosian chant, Plainsong for Schools, Part 1, page 64)
Tantum ergo (Sarum chant, Plainsong for Schools, Part 1, page 58)
Adoremus in aetemum (Plainsong for Schools, Part 2, page 61)
Organist, Harold Redman
Choirmaster, H. P. Allen
An appeal on behalf of THE WARRINGTON INFIRMARY AND
DISPENSARY by J. H. SMETHURST , Chairman of the Board
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to The Warrington Infirmary, [address removed]
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