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'Ach, lieben CHRISTEN. SEID) GETROST '
('BELOVED CHRISTIANS, WEEP NO MORE
Relayed from THE GUILDHALL SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Singers
Doris OWENS (Contralto) TOM PICKERING (Tenor)
STANLEY RILEY (Bass)
THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Players
ARTHUR GLEGHORN (Flute)
LESLIE WOODGATE (Organ)
(Two Oboes, Trumpet and Strings)
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
(For text of the Cantata see page 641)
Cantatas for the next four Sundays are:-
March 23, No. 140.-Wachet aut, ruft uns die Stimme
(Sleepers, wake).
March 30, No. 1.—Wie schon leuchtet dcr Morgenstern
(How brightly shines the Morning Star).
April 6, No. 180.—Schmucke dich, 0 licbe Seelc (Rise, 0
Soul).
April 13, No. 182.—Himmelsksnig, sei willkommcn (King of Heaven, be Thou welcome.)

Contributors

Contralto:
Doris Owens
Tenor:
Tom Pickering
Flute:
Leslie Woodgate
Conducted By:
Stanford Robinson

Arranged by THE NATIONAL BROTHERHOOD
MOVEMENT
Conducted by THE NATIONAL PRESIDENT,
CHARLES G. AMMON , M.P.
Relayed from Whitefield's Central Mission
Hymn, ' Jesus shall reign where'er the sun *
(Fellowship Hymn Book, No. 41) (Tuno,
Rimington)
Reading of Scripture: Lady Stamp. (To bo followed by a short Sisterhood Message)
Chorus by the United Brotherhood Male Voice
Choir, conducted by Mr. FRANK IDLE. Lead, kindly Light ' (Protheroe)
Address by CHARLES G. AMMON , M.P.
Hymn, 'Help me, 0 Lord, to do my part '
(Fellowship Hymn Book) (No. 24) (Tuno, Alridge)
Prayer and Benediction : Rev. J. W. TUFFLEY Vesper, ' Brotherly Love ' (Fellowship Hymn
Book, No. 32)
Organist, Mr. SPENCER SHAW

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles G. Ammon
Unknown:
Charles G. Ammon
Unknown:
Rev. J. W. Tuffley
Organist:
Mr. Spencer Shaw

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About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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