sung by THE GLAMORGAN SINGERS
Conductor, LOTTIE WAKELIN
Hear my prayer, 0 Lord 0 praise the Lord
0 Lord, Thou hast searched me out Hear my prayer
Most of the Glamorgan Singers have broadcast individually from Cardiff, and their conductor, Lottie Wakelin , is well known as a contralto singer in Wales and the West of England. In the great days of the Cardiff Musical Society she was frequently chosen as the soloist, and had engagements in all parts of Wales and at the Queen's Hall, London. She was the contralto of the Cymric Quartet throughout its existence.
of Original Compositions performed by the Children of the St. Brandon's Clergy Daughters' School, Bristol
Introduced by The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Bristol.
These compositions are by girls whose ages range from nine to nineteen, and they will be sung by the Senior and Middle School Choirs. In some cases the words are also the original work of the scholars. With one exception the accompanying and conducting is done by the girls themselves.
Charles Panzera (baritone): Chanson de la nuit durable (de Sévérac, arr. Coppola). - Nocturne (Franck, 'arr. Ropartz). Phidylé (Duparc). Ballade que Villon fait a la request de sa mere pour prier Notre Dame. Ballade des Femmes de Paris (both from Trois Ballades de Francois Villon ) (Debussy)
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