from St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
Hymn No. 23, Hail, gladdening
Light (Tune, Sebaste). By Sir John Stainer , 1875
Hymn No. 442, Jerusalem the golden
(Tune, Ewing). By Alexander Ewing , 1853
Hymn No. 473, Lord, Thy word abideth (Tune, St. Cyprian). By Rev. Richard Robert Chope , 1862
Hymn No. 101, Brightest and best of the sons of the morning (Tune, St. Ninian). By Rev. John Bacchus Dykes, 1857
Hymn No. 521, Blest are the pure in heart (Tune, Franconia). Melody by J. B. Konig , 1738. Arr. by W. Havergal
Hymn No. 170, Creator Spirit, by whose aid (Tune, Melita). By Rev. John Bacchus Dykes , 1861
Hymn No. 56, Almighty God , Thy word is cast (Tune, St. Stephen). By Rev. William Jones , 1789
Hymn No. 388, All hail the power of Jesus' Name (Tune, Miles Lane). By William Shrubsole , 1779
Hymn No. 60, May the grace of Christ our Saviour (Tune, Rousseau's Dream). By Jean Jacques Rousseau , 1753
(All numbers are taken from the Irish Church Hymnal)
Organist and Director of Choir,
Charles J. Brennan
Rev. Richard Robert
Rev. John Bacchus
' What we listen to: What we should listen to '
E. Norman Hay , D.Mus.
Snares in music-such as fashions and associations will be discussed by Dr. Norman Hay , the well-known Belfast music critic, in his talk tonight, the third of the series. These questions naturally lead to the often-quoted and usually provocative phrase ' music is entertainment', and this, teo, will be dealt with in its various implications. Finally, Dr. Hay offers a liberal treatment of the perpetual and sometimes bitter controversy between highbrow and lowbrow.