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Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

Concert in aid of the Musicians' Benevolent Fund
(Under the auspices of the Daily Mail)
THE B.B.C. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THE LONDON SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
THE NEW SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Conductors :
Sir HENRY WOOD , ADRIAN BOULT ,
MALCOLM SARGENT
Soloists :
CONCHITA SUPERVIA
KEITH FALKNER
GOD SAVE THE KING
(Conducted by ADRIAN BOULT )

Contributors

Conductors:
Sir Henry Wood
Conductors:
Adrian Boult
Soloists:
Malcolm Sargent
Soloists:
Conchita Supervia
Soloists:
Keith Falkner
Conducted By:
Adrian Boult

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Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

From WESTMINSTER CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Order of Service :
Call to Worship
Hymn, Lord of all being, throned afar (Congregational Hymnary. No. 6)
Holy Scripture
Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, O for a closer walk with God (Congregational Hymnary, No. 418 ; Ancient and Modern, No. 630; Tune, Straeathro)
Address by the Rev. HUBERT L. Simpson , M.A.
Hymn, Jesus still lead on (Congregational
Hymnary, No. 455)
Benediction
Organ Voluntary, Toccata in D Minor Bach
Organist, E. EMLYN DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Hubert L. Simpson
Organist:
E. Emlyn Davies

Stainer
Relayed from
ST. MARYLEBONE PARISH CHURCH
ST. MARYLEBONE PARISH CHURCH CHOIR
DAVID LEACH (Tenor)
ROBERT BUTLER (Baritone)
At the Organ, SAMUEL SMITH
Organist and Master of the Choristers.
RONALD G. TOMBLIN
(Note on page 748)

Contributors

Tenor:
David Leach
Baritone:
Robert Butler
Unknown:
Samuel Smith
Unknown:
Ronald G. Tomblin

National Programme Daventry

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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