' The Field is the World'
GEORGE CARSTAIRS , D.D.
by MOLLIE DAVIE and ISABEL IMRIE
ANN SCOTT MONCRIEFF
(Church of Scotland) from South Morningside Church,
Conducted by the Rev. Alexander Reid ,
Order of Service
Prayer of Invocation
Psalm cxlv, second version, 1-6,
0 Lord, Thou art my God and King (Tune, Duke Street)
Old Testament Reading Prayer
Hymn, Spirit of God, that moved of old (Rv. C. H. 185)
New Testament Reading Prayer of Intercession
Hymn, Rejoice, the Lord is King
(Rv. C. H. 135)
Address by the Right
Rev. DANIEL LAMONT , D.D., Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
Paraphrase II, 0 God of Bethel! by whose hand (Tune, St. Paul)
Organist, R. R. Stobie
by ROWLAND CARR
(Church of England) from Lambeth Palace
Order of Service
Hymn, All my heart this night rejoices
(Hymns of the Kingdom, 7, New M.H.B. 121)
Thanksgivings Psalm lxxxv Lesson
Anthem, When to the temple Mary went (Eccard)
Address by His Grace the Lord
Archbishop of CANTERBURY
Hymn, Happy are they, they that love
God (E.H. 398, S.P. 509)
(The BBC Singers, under the direction of Sir Walford Davies , will form the Choir)
An appeal on behalf of THE SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF Boys' CLUBS, by Sir WILLIAM W. MCKECHNIE , K.B.E., C.B.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged. and should be addressed to Sir William W. McKechnie , K.B.E., [address removed]
Sir William W.
including Weather Forecast
Leader, J. MOULAND BEGBIE
Conductor, GUY WARRACK
Scottish Music of Today
Symphony in C minor
1. Grave-Moderato. 2. Adagio. 3. Allegro molto. 4. Adagio-Moderato
Guy Warrack 's Symphony in C minor may claim some connection with Edinburgh. It is prefaced by the following quotation from Robert Louis Stevenson's ' Edinburgh ': ' The ancient and famous metropolis of the North sits overlooking a windy estuary from the slope and summit of three hills. No situation could be more commanding for the head city of a kingdom ; none better chosen for noble prospects. From her tall precipice and terraced gardens she looks far and wide on the sea and broad champaigns,' and bears the dedication ' To my Father '.
The symphony, which is in four movements, was completed in February, 1932, and first performed by Dr. Malcolm Sargent in April of the same year. Its first complete performance in Scotland was given by the Scottish Philharmonic Orchestra three weeks later, though the first movement had been played by the Scottish Orchestra in January of the same year.
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON read by JAMES McKECHNIE