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by JOHN COATES (Tenor)
Modern English Love Songs
IT may be there is a generation old enough to have leamt to regard John Coates as a recital singer who inspires affection as readily as respect, but too young to realize what a fine stage record this great artist has to his credit. He began his career in the Carl Rosa Company as a baritone. Later, as a tenor, he sang in the production of Stanford's Much Ado About Nothing. Ho was with the Moody-Manners Company for a short time, and in Sir Thomas Beecham's season of 1910 he was principal tenor. Since then he has sung opera here and abroad, often in Wagnerian operas, of which Siegfried, Tristan and Lohengrin are his principal roles.

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Tenor:
John Coates

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National Programme London

Relayed from THE BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, LEEDS
Voluntary
Introit
Silent Recollection of the Presence of Cod
Three Prayers
The Lord's Prayer
Hymn, Now thank we all our God (Methodist
Hymn Book, No. 19; Ancient and Modern, No. 379)
Scripture Reading
Anthem. Jesu, priceless Treasure (J. Varlcy
Roberts)
(THE BRUNSWICK WESLEYAN CHURCH CHOIR) (Soloists, Miss M. CHURCHOUSE ,
Miss M. PERCIVAL , Mr. W. HARGREAVES )
Address by the Reverend
LESLIE D. WEATHERHEAD
Hymn, Saviour, again to Thy dear Name wo raise
(Methodist Hymn Book, No. 644; Ancient and Modern, No. 31)

Contributors

Soloists:
Miss M. Churchouse
Soloists:
Miss M. Percival
Unknown:
Mr. W. Hargreaves
Unknown:
Leslie D. Weatherhead

National Programme Daventry

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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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