from York Minster
Order of Service
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms xxxii, xxxiii, xxxiv
First Lesson, II Chronicles xvi Magnificat (Bairstow in E flat) Second Lesson, Luke x, 1-22
Nunc Dimittis (Bairstow in E flat)
Anthem, 0 praise the Lord (Boyce) Hymn, Judge Eternal , throned in splendour (E.H. 423)
Leader, Alfred Barker Henry Litolf (1818-1891) was the son of a French soldier who came to
England from the Peninsular as a prisoner of war, and married an English woman. He first appeared in public as a pianist at the age of twelve, and then for a number of years travelled throughout Europe as a virtuoso. Eventually he settled in Paris and devoted himself to composition and teaching.
including George Tbotell at the Organ of the Regal Cinema
'The Marina Pleasure Parade Revue'
Arranged and produced by Frank A. Terry
With additional lyrics and music by Frank A. Terry , Frank Parker and Wilcock and Rutherford
Jack Strand , Edward Wood , Esme Dunning-Moore , The Three Rebels, Pat Terry , Arthur Jeffreys , Jessie Crone , Maurice Weston , Shelagh Cochran , Winifred Harris , Les Golfus, and Joan Wells and Madame Lehmiski 's Young Ladies from the Villa Marina, Douglas
The Villa Marina Band
Under the direction of Frank Parker from the Villa Marina, Douglas and ' , Excerpts from ' Let's Get Together'
Presented by Tom Arnold with George Clarke
Addison and Sylvia
The Carson Sisters
The Twelve Palace Girls
Jack Lewis and his Rolling Stones from the Coliseum, Douglas
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