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(Church of England) from Bristol Cathedral
Organ Voluntary

: Order of Service

Hymn, Bright the vision that delighted (A. and M. 161 ; S.P. 460)
Confession and Absolution Psalm cxxii
Lesson, St. Luke vi, 1-12 Magnificat
Apostles' Creed and Prayers
Hymn, When all thy mercies, 0 my God (A. and M. 517; S.P. 694)
Address by the Very Rev. HARRY W. BLACKBURNE , D.S.O., M.C., Dean of Bristol
Hymn, For the beauty of the earth
(A. and M. 663 ; S.P. 494)
Organist, Hubert W. Hunt
Before the Very Rev. Harry W. Blackburne became Dean of Bristol in 1934, he was for three years Chaplain to the King and Canon of St. George's, Windsor. At Bristol he has continued his distinguished career by being the moving spirit behind all the work done to beautify the interior of the Cathedral.


Unknown: Very Rev. Harry W. Blackburne
Organist: Hubert W. Hunt
Unknown: Very Rev. Harry W. Blackburne


including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping


Leader, Harold Fairhurst
Conductor, Richard Austin
Robert Easton (bass) from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
(In Memoriam Sir Dan Godfrey , Musical Director to the Bournemouth Corporation 1893-1934)


Unknown: Sir Dan Godfrey
Unknown: Robert Easton

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