Albert Ketelbey conducting his
Concert Orchestra: Gypsy Overture. Chal Romano. Quips and Cranks, and Wanton Wiles (Scene de Ballet Russe). Cockney Suite-A State Procession, Buckingham Palace. The Cockney Lover, Lambeth Walk. At the Palais de Danse, Anywhere. Elegy, Thoughts on passing the Cenotaph. Bank Holiday, 'Appy 'Ampstead ; In a Persian Market
Edgar Glasspool and Margaret Harris
Edgar Glasspool is the eldest of three brothers, all of whom are musicians. At the other piano is Margaret Harris , a musician who has broadcast on many occasions as a solo artist. They nowadays specialise in recitals on two pianos. Last year they went to Norway to broadcast a recital of British music, and they have also taken part in radio programmes from Dublin.
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Jesu, Lover of my soul (A. and M. 193 ; S.P. 542)
Confession and Thanksgivings Psalm xxiii
Hymn, The King of love my Shepherd is (A. and M. 197 ; S.P. 654)
Address by the Rev. R. J. NORTHCOTT Hymn, Immortal, invisible, God only wise (S.P. 535)
Organist, J. H. Alden
Rev. R. J.
An appeal on behalf of THE FRANK JAMES HOSPITAL,
COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, by Sir GODFREY BARING , Bt., D.L.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
A Programme of Gramophone Records
No. 3 of the series
Selected by The Rev. W. H. Oldaker. Chaplain of Clifton College
A series of half-hour gramophone recitals under the title of ' I Choose ... ' was broadcast recently, choice of records being made by members of the public who represented different callings. This new series was started on July 6, the broadcasters being in every case well known for their musical knowledge and experience.
The Rev. W. H. Oldaker , who officiates this evening in the third of the series, is well known in Bristol as an amateur singer, and apart from his duties as chaplain he plays a flute in the school military band and a viola in the school orchestra.
Rev. W. H.
Rev. W. H.
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