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The Salvationist Publishing and Supplies Band
Conductor, Adjutant Eric Ball
The Salvationist and Supplies, Ltd., King's Cross, London, provides the Salvation Army with the sinews of war in the shape of literature, uniforms, musical instruments, and so forth. Some years ago members of the staff formed themselves into a band, which under the direction of Adjutant Eric Ball , A.R.C.M., has developed into one of the finest in the Salvation Army.


Conductor: Adjutant Eric Ball
Unknown: Eric Ball


A Concert from the Tyneside and Teeside
Arranged by D. G. Bridson and Arthur Spencer (From Newcastle)
Between the rivers of Tees and Tyne lies an area famous for its rural as well as its industrial amenities-an area comprising the whole of County Durham and parts of Yorkshire and Northumberland. The people who live there have an ancient tradition of music-a tradition which owes but little to Continental influences, as will be shown in tonight's concert. Those taking part include the Middlesbrough Apollo Male Voice Choir, the Deva Male Voice Quartet from Middlesbrough, the Tynemouth Galaland Brass Quartet, George Korber (zither player) of Newcastle, George Bambridge (baritone), of South Shields, and the Eldon Lane Council School Northumbrian Pipe Band from Bishop Auckland.


Arranged By: D. G. Bridson
Arranged By: Arthur Spencer
Unknown: George Korber
Unknown: George Bambridge
Unknown: Bishop Auckland.


(violoncello) playing
Concerto in B minor for Violoncello and Orchestra, Op. 104....Dvorák 1 Allegro. 2 Adagio ma non troppo. 3 Allegro moderato with The BBC
Northern Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Barker
Conductor, T. H. Morrison
Dvorak's single 'Cello Concerto was written in the early 'nineties, soon after his return from America, and belongs to the period of the New World' Symphony and the ' Nigger ' Quartet. But there is practically no trace of Negro colouring in the Concerto. As in the ' New World' Symphony, a motto theme dominates the whole work. Here, the motto theme is the first tune of the first movement; it is heard on the clarinets and bassoons, and crops up frequently in this and the succeeding movements.
The Concerto was first played in London in March, 1896, and was then lost sight of for a time. Not only are the possibilities of the solo instrument in this concerto exploited with admirable effect, but the interest is equally distributed between the soloist and the orchestra, quite in the modern manner.


Leader: Alfred Barker
Conductor: T. H. Morrison


(Roman Catholic) from St. Marie's Church, Sheffield
The Bells
8.0 Order of Service Compline
Address by the Rev. JAMES BRADLEY Hymn, Praise to the Holiest in the height (W.H. 56 ; A. and M. 172)
0 Salutaris (Crespin)
Sacerdotes Domini (Byrd) Tantum Ergo (Ett)
Organist, Edward Hirst


Unknown: Rev. James Bradley
Unknown: Sacerdotes Domini
Organist: Edward Hirst


An appeal on behalf of CHORLTON-ON-MEDLOCK
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]


Unknown: Sir Joseph Nall
Unknown: Sir Joseph Nail


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