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: THE BELFAST WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, E. GODFREY BROWN
GETHYN WYKEHAM-GEORGB
(violoncello)

Contributors

Conductor: E. Godfrey Brown

: From the Oratorios

ALICE MOXON (soprano)
ERNEST HARGREAVES (tenor)
THE BELFAST WIRELESS
CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conductor,
8. GODFREY BROWN
MENDELSSOHN'S
Hymn of Praise
Solo (soprano) and Chorus: Praise thou the Lord
Recit. and Air (tenor): Sing ye Praise Chorus : All ye that cried unto the Lord Duet and Chorus : I waited for the Lord

Contributors

Soprano: Alice Moxon
Tenor: Ernest Hargreaves
Conductor: Godfrey Brown

: HAYDN'S 'Creation'

Recit. and Air (Gabriel, soprano):
And God said
With verdure clad
Recit. (Uriel, tenor): And the heavenly host
Chorus : Awake the harp
Recit. (Uriel, tenor): And God said,
Let there be Light
Recit. (Uriel, tenor): In splendour bright
Chorus : The heavens are telling
Recit. and Air (Uriel, tenor): In native worth
Recit. (Raphael, bass): And God saw everything
Chorus : Achieved is the glorious work

: Rossini's ' Stabat Mater'

Introduction (leading to)
Chorus : Stabat mater dolorosa (Lord . most holy, Lord most mighty)
Air (tenor) : Cujus animam (Lord vouchsafe Thy loving kindness)
Air (soprano) and Chorus : Inflammatus et accensus (When Tbou comest)

: SULUVAN'S 'The Golden Legend'

Chorus: 0 Gladsome Light Scene 6 (Elsie, soprano, and Prince Henry , tenor) (duet) : We are alone
Choral Epilogue: God sent His messenger the rain

Contributors

Unknown: Prince Henry

: HANDEL'S 'Samson'

Air (soprano) : Let the bright Seraphim
(Trumpet obbligato, CECIL KIDD)
Chorus : Let their celestial concerts al) unite

: The News

including Weather Forecast








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