Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : Overture, II Seraglio (Mozart); The Symphony in G, No. 13 (Haydn) — I. Adagio-Allegro ; 2. Largo; 3. Menuetto-Allegretto—Trio; 4. Finale Allegro Ballet Music, Rosamunde (Schubert) ; Perpetuum Mobile, and Annen Polka (Johann Strauss )
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano) and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Karl Alwin : Mein Herr Marquis, and Spiel' ich die Unschuld (Die Fledermaus) (Johann Strauss )
Elisabeth Schumann with pianoforte accompaniment: Freundliche Vision, and Wiegenlied (Richard Strauss )
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted.by Karl Alwin : Suite, Der Rosenkavalier (Richard Strauss , arr. Nambuat)-r. Presentation of the Silver Rose; 2. Ochs Waltz ; 3. Breakfast Scene and Trio ; 4. Closing Duet
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Clemens Krauss : Scherzo (Symphony No. 4. in E flat, The Romantic) (Bruckner)
St. Mary's Church, Bridgwater
Order of Service
Hymn, The God of love my Shepherd is(E.H. 93; S.P.362)
Anthem, Come, Holy Ghost (Attwood)
Address by the Rev. E. H. HUGHES-DAVIES
Hymn, Immortal love for ever full
(E.H. 408 ; S.P. 272)
Organist and Choirmaster,
The historical associations of St. Mary's Church, Bridgwater, are many. Cover was given on all occasions of danger to men and women of the busy mediaeval river-port. From the tower of red-sandstone on which the fourteenth-century spire stands, the ill. Duke of Monmouth looked out on the royal troops encamped on Sedge-moor. St. George's Chapel on the south side of the chancel is dedicated to the memory of Bridgwater men who fell in the Great War.
Rev. E. H.
An appeal on behalf of the MOUNTAIN ASH AND PENRHIWCEIBER GENERAL
HOSPITAL, by GEORGE HALL , M.P.
The Mountain Ash and Penrhiwceiber General Hospital is one of the oldest in the South Wales Coalfield. It was founded in 1895 by the late Lady Constance Aberdare , and consisted of six beds ; the number was increased to seventeen in 1900, and in 1921, the present hospital, with its forty-four beds, was built at a total cost of £ 56,000. The employed workmen and towns-people contribute sixpence a week towards the upkeep of the Hospital and the unemployed give twopence or a penny. In the past fifteen years the sum of £ 150,000 has been contributed to the Hospital Fund in this way. The immediate need of the Hospital is a new Out-Patients' Department and a Nurses' Home.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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