Conductor, Graham Harris
Diana Doveton (pianoforte)
Diana Doveton , who was born in India, has studied music since she was six years old, first in Bath and for the last ten years in Bristol. She broadcast for the first time in October, 1936.
(Church of England) from Taunton St. James, Taunton
8.0 Order of Service
Hymn, Praise my soul the King of Heaven (A. and M. 298; S.P. 623)
Lord's Prayer and Responses Psalm lxxxiv
Lesson, Ephesians iv, 17-32 Deus misereatur Prayers
Hymn, Jesus, the very thought of Thee (A. and M. 178; S.P. 547)
Address by the Rev. WALTER GREEN
Hymn, The day Thou gavest (A. and M. 47 ; S.P. 56)
Organist, Wesley Hammet
Conductor, Alfred E. Healey
Margery Eastmond (soprano) from the Savoy Cinema, Exeter
The Exeter Light Symphony Orchestra was formed in February, 1933. They gave their first concert in the Civic Hall, Exeter, in May of the same year, regular concerts beginning the following autumn. The membership today is forty. Alfred E. Healey has been conductor from the start.
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