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: A RECITAL OF OLD ITALIAN MUSIC

Joyce Nicol and Margaret Davie
(violins)
Ann Kitto (pianoforte)
ANN KITTO
Sonata in C minor, for pianoforte
Pescetii (1704-1766)
Pescetti, a composer of operas, came to England in 1737, and in 1739 was appointed director of Covent Garden Theatre. This sonata was probably one of the set of harpsichord sonatas published in London in 1739. JOYCE NICOL AND MARGARET DAVIE Sonata in D minor for two violins
Locatelli (1693-1764)
Locatelli, a pupil of the great Corelli, became a celebrated violinist. He wrote a number of virtuoso pieces for the violin, caprices and etudes, as well as serious sonatas and concertos which prove him to have been an excellent musician. Undoubtedly, he did much to extend the natural resources of the violin.
JOYCE NICOL , MARGARET DAVIE , AND
ANN KITTO
Sonata, Op. 5, No. 10, for two violins and pianoforte
Bassani (1657-1716)
Bassani, an eminent violin player and composer, was director of the Cathedral Music of Bologna and Ferrara. He wrote three oratorios, six operas, and a considerable number of instrumental and choral works, including two sets of sonatas for two violins with bass. It is generally believed that Corelli was his pupil.

Contributors

Unknown: Joyce Nicol
Violins: Margaret Davie
Pianoforte: Ann Kitto
Pianoforte: Ann Kitto
Unknown: Joyce Nicol
Unknown: Margaret Davie
Violin: Joyce Nicol
Violin: Margaret Davie
Violin: Ann Kitto

: SCOTS SONGS

Ena Gordon (contralto)
Adam Hogg (bass-baritone)

Contributors

Contralto: Ena Gordon
Bass-Baritone: Adam Hogg

: 'ASKING THEM QUESTIONS

' What kind of a boy was Christ ? '
The Rev. Ronald, Selby Wright and boys from the St. Giles
Cathedral Boys' Club

Contributors

Unknown: Selby Wright

: A RELIGIOUS SERVICE

(Church of Scotland) from the Parish Church of Dundee
(St. Mary's)
Conducted by the Rev. J. H. Duncan
Order of Service
Psalm xcv, 0 come, let us sing unto the Lord (vv. 1-6) (Tune, Irish)
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Lesson, Genesis xxviii, 10-32
Hymn, Loved with everlasting love
(Rv. C.H. 434)
Prayer
Hymn, 0 for a closer walk with God
(Rv. C.H. 457)
Address by the Rev. W. T. SMELLIE ,
O.B.E.
Collect
Hymn, God, that madest earth and heaven (Rv. C.H. 293)
Blessing
Organist, Andrew Morrison

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. H. Duncan
Unknown: Rev. W. T. Smellie
Organist: Andrew Morrison

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