from York Minster
Order of Service
Organ Voluntary Responses
Psalms xxii, xxiii
First Lesson, I Mace. iv, 1-25 Magnificat (Dunhill in G)
Second Lesson, John xviii, 28-end Kunc Dimittis (Dunhill in G)
Anthem, If the Lord had not helped me (Bairstow)
Hymn, Holy father, cheer our way
Tommy Matthews and his
Concert Orchestra in music in the modem style featuring
The String Time Quartet
The prelude and continuity sung by Vicki Roberts ; music arranged and adapted by Ray Terry and Ralph Bruce
With this broadcast,
Tommy Matthews and his Concert Orchestra begin a new series of fortnightly programmes in each of which, as in the ' Swift Serenade' series, the music will be continuous. Matthews is now introducing a young singer, Vicki Roberts , for the special prelude and continuity of each programme. The Concert Orchestra consists of twenty-four players : six violins, two violas, cello, flute, oboe, four saxophones, five brass, and four rhythm.
Chairman, Howard Marshall
Visitors to the Club-Sir Malcolm Campbell and Ellen Wilkinson , M.P.
Presented by F. N. Lloyd Williams and George Dixon
See the article on page 11
F. N. Lloyd
The BBC Northern Orchestra
Led by Harold Jones
Frank Park (viola)
Symphony No. 5, in B flat Schubert
1 Allegro. 2 Andante con moto. 3 Minuetto : Allegro molto. 4 Allegro vivace
Concerto in B minor for viola and orchestra..... Handel, arr. Casadesus 1 Allegro moderato. 2 Andante. 3 Allegro molto
(Soloist, FRANK PARK )
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