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National Orchestra of Wales
Leader, Albert Voorsanger
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
The Station Repertory Choir
Chorus Master, Reginald Redman

Among these various choruses it is hardly necessary to say that the immortal 'Hallelujah,' from the 'Messiah,' stands in a class by itself. Beethoven said of Handel, 'Go to him and learn from his scores how to produce the greatest effects by the simplest means; when he chooses he can strike like a thunderbolt.' To illustrate the truth of these remarks one could hardly find a better example than the sublime 'Hallelujah' which exemplifies in a supreme degree the enormous results which Handel knew how to achieve by the simplest and most elemental methods.

Contributors

Musicians:
National Orchestra of Wales
Orchestra leader:
Albert Voorsanger
Conductor:
Warwick Braithwaite
Singers:
The Station Repertory Choir
Chorus Master:
Reginald Redman

Relayed from the Tabernacle Welsh Baptist Church, Cardiff
Relayed to Daventry

Organydd: E. J. Richards
Pregethwr: Y Parch. T. Williams Hughes, B.A., B.D.
Gweddir Arglwydd
Emyn 746. 'Ton. Henryd'
Darllen yr Ysgrythur
Emyn 585, 'Ton Llangynnog'
Gweddi
Emyn 131, 'Ton. Deemster'
Pregeth
Emyn 205, 'Ton. Rhyd y Groes'
Y Fendith
Yr emynau i'w cael yn 'Llawlyfr Moliant ' y
Bedyddwyr

(to 20.00)

Contributors

Organist:
E. J. Richards
Unknown:
T. Williams Hughes

5WA Cardiff

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