Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conducted by PETER MONTGOMERY
Elgar has in his Cockaigne Overture mirrored the varied phases of the city's life and has recorded the beating of the city's heart. The dignity of London, its gaiety, its citizens, from the pairs of lovers in the park to the whistling street urchin, the Guards band on the march, the Salvation Army, the quiet of a City church, the bustle of the streets-all are set forth in the music.
St. George's West Church, Edinburgh
Order of Service
Psalm cxlv, Second Version, 1-7
(Tune, Duke Street)
Hymn, Rise up, 0 men of God (Rv.
C.H. 344, S.P. 635)
Psalm xxxvij 5-9 (Tune, London
Address by the Rev.
Professor JOHN BAILLIE , D.D., D.Litt.
Paraphrase 60 (Tune, St. Paul)
Organist, KENNETH CROFT-GRAY
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