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from St. Patrick's Parish Church, Ballymoney, Country Antrim
Hymn No. 23, Hail, gladdening light.
Tune, Sebaste. By Sir John Stainer , 1834. From the Greek. One of the earliest Christian hymns extant. Tr. by John Keble , 1834.
Hymn No. 27, 0 Christ, who art the light and day. Tune, St. Venantius. Rouen Church Melody. From the Latin, c. Cent. iv. Tr. by W. J. Copeland , 1848.
Hymn No. 350, Alone with none but thee. Tune, Emain Macha. By Charles Wood , 1916. From the Latin, attributed to St. Columbia, 521-597.
Hymn No. 317, Now thank we all our God. Tune, Now thank we all our God. By Johann Criiger , 1647. From the German by M. Rinkart , 1636. Tr. by C. Winkworth , 1848.
Hymn No. 359, Before Jehovah's awful throne. Tune, Old Hundredth. By Isaac Watts , 1719.
From the Genevan Psalter, 1551. Har. by John Dowland , 1563-1626
Hymn No. 430, Thy hand, 0 God, has guided thy flock. Tune, Thornbury. By Basil Harwood , 1908. By the Rev. Edward Hayes Plumptre, 1889
(All numbers are taken from the Irish Church Hymnal)
Organist, Allan S. Bennett


Unknown: Sir John Stainer
Unknown: John Keble
Unknown: W. J. Copeland
Unknown: Emain MacHa.
Unknown: Charles Wood
Unknown: Johann Criiger
Unknown: M. Rinkart
Unknown: C. Winkworth
Unknown: Isaac Watts
Unknown: John Dowland
Unknown: Basil Harwood
Unknown: Rev. Edward Hayes
Organist: Allan S. Bennett


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from Londonderry
Tonight's programme of Variety in this series comes from the Guildhall, Londonderry, and includes three newcomers to the microphone. They are Drew Emery, mouth organist. Kathleen McCartney , who will impersonate well-known stars, and Joseph Glover , who appears with Jack McCafferty in a song and piano act. Other items in the programme include Willie O'Doherty , comedian, Alec Rogers , who will sing comedy songs at the piano, and the Melville Dance Band.


Organist: Kathleen McCartney
Organist: Joseph Glover
Unknown: Jack McCafferty
Unknown: Willie O'Doherty
Unknown: Alec Rogers


An impression of the Neapolitan
Song Festival
Arranged by Giorgio R. Foa and Reginald Burston
Produced by Anthony McDonald with Leonie Zifado and Trefor Jones
Narrator, Hugh Morton
The BBC Midland Singers Conductor, Edgar Morgan
The BBC Midland Orchestra
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Reginald Burston


Arranged By: Giorgio R. Foa
Produced By: Anthony McDonald
Unknown: Leonie Zifado
Narrator: Hugh Morton
Conductor: Edgar Morgan
Conducted By: Reginald Burston


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