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(Church of England) from St. Nicholas Church, Bristol
Conducted by the Rev. J. M. D. Stancomb '
Organ Voluntary
11.0 Order of Service
Hymn, When I survey the wondrous
Cross (A. and M. 108 ; S.P. 133)
A Short Litany
The Collects, Epistle and Gospel The Nicene Creed
Chorus, Blessed Jesu (Dvorak)
Address by the Lord Bishop of BRISTOL (the Rt. Rev. C. S. Woodward , D.D.)
Hymn, Take up thy Cross (A. and M.
263; S.P. 119)
Blessing
Organist and Choirmaster,
Rowland Shiles

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. J. M. D. Stancomb
Unknown:
Rev. C. S. Woodward
Choirmaster:
Rowland Shiles

L. Dhamarys (soprano): Rondeau de la Paysanne; Couplets du depart (Both from The Little Duke) (Lecocq)
L. Dhamarys (soprano), Georges Villier (baritone): Duo de l'escarpolette (Swing Duet)
Maggie Teyte (soprano):
Petite Dinde, Ah! quel outrage; Ma foi! pour venir de Provence
L. Dhamarys (soprano), Georges Villier (baritone): Duetto de l'ane (All from Veronique) (Messager)
Georges Villier (baritone): Bell Waltz - J'ai fait trois fois le tour du monde (Les Cloches de Corneyille); Vive la paresse (Rip) (Planquette)
Maggie Teyte (soprano): Tu n'est pas beau, tu n'est pas riche (La Perichole) (Offenbach)
Paris Symphony Orchestra: Fantasy, La Fille du tambour major (The Drum Major's Daughter) (Offenbach, Zaran)
Yvonne Printemps (soprano): Air de la lettre; Air des adieux (Both from 'Mozart') (Hahn)
Simone Simon (soprano), Germaine Cernay (mezzo-soprano), Marthe Coiffier (soprano): O Mon bel inconnu (O mon bel inconnu) (Fair Unknown) (Hahn)

@ by Irene Scharrer
Ballade in F minor, Op. 52, No. 4 Two Mazurkas
1 In E minor, Op. 41, No. 2. 2 In F minor, Op. 68, No. 4 (Posthumous)
Waltz in E minor (Posthumous) Two Studies
1 In E, Op. 10, No. 3. 2 In F, Op. 10, No. 8
Irene Scharrer first studied at the Royal Academy of Music under Tobias Matthay and made her debut as a soloist at St... James's Hall in 1901, playing Mendelssohn's Rondo Capriccio and Chopin's Rondo in E flat. Like many other British artists Miss Scharrer came to the forefront during the War, when she was continually to be heard in London and the provinces playing with all the leading orchestras. Among a number of important foreign engagements Miss Scharrer has been heard at the Nikisch Concerts, at the Leipzig Gewandhaus, and with the Berlin Philharmonic Society.

Contributors

Unknown:
Irene Scharrer
Unknown:
Irene Scharrer
Unknown:
Tobias Matthay

@ Arranged by Walter Pitchford with The BBC Midland Singers
Conductor, Edgar Morgan and Norris Stanley's Septet
(Prom Birmingham)
This is the last broadcast of the series, ' Music of the Hours '. It will consist of arrangements of well-known chime tunes, an interesting feature of which is the appearance of the Moulton Handbell ringers from Northamptonshire. Among the tunes to be heard are: ' Highland Laddie ' and ' Silken Garter' from Derby Cathedral (the former tune recovered from old notebooks) ; ' Ladies' Lamentation ', a seventeenth-century ballad used in the chimes of Burton Parish Church ; Dr. S. S. Wesley 's two airs from Holsworthy Church, Devon ; Malchair's Gavotte from Gloucester Cathedral ; Dr. Hayes's air from Gloucester harmonised by the late Sir Henry Brewer ; ' I Vow to Thee ', played on the Derby chimes ; Samuel Webbe 's arrangement of Rockingham, as played at Newport Pagnell, Bedfordshire ; the tune ' The Little House ' written for the chimes of St. Bartholomew's Church, Dublin, with words by Mr. Pitchford ; and the song written to an old Devon folk tune by the late Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice, and played by the chimes of Ottery, St. Mary, Devon, in which parish he was born.

Contributors

Arranged By:
Walter Pitchford
Conductor:
Edgar Morgan
Unknown:
Dr. S. S. Wesley
Unknown:
Sir Henry Brewer
Unknown:
Samuel Webbe

@ A mosaic of words and music illustrating two versions of the countryside
Readers :
Rose Bruford
Hubert Gregg
It was a happy inspiration when the radio item known as a mosaic was invented some six years ago. It was something new, a presentation in brief, in which music was made more than a background to prose and poetry-it became a complement to it-each being chosen to suit the mood of the other, and each being the gainer thereby.
The mood of today's mosaic is that of the English countryside, both pastoral and rustic ; both Arcadia and the good earth ; both the towns-man's dream of the country and the farmer's actual life of hard work. Material will be drawn on the one hand from Elizabethan and eighteenth-century pastoral verse, and on the other from verse or prose by Wordsworth, George Bourne , D. H. Lawrence , Richard Jefferies , William Cobbett , and others.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Hubert Gregg
Unknown:
George Bourne
Unknown:
D. H. Lawrence
Unknown:
Richard Jefferies
Unknown:
William Cobbett

(Church of England) from St. Sepulchre's, Holborn
Order of Service
Hymn, There is a green hill far away (A. and M. 332; S.P. 131)
Prayers, The Good Friday Collects
Scripture Reading, The Two Trials,
St. Matthew xxvii, 11-31
Anthem (Music by King John IV of Portugal, circa 1590)
Faithful Cross I above all other One and only noble Tree !
None in foliage, none in blossom None in fruit thy peer may be ; Sweetest wood, and sweetest iron ; Sweetest weight is hung on thee !
(Venanlius Fortunalus, circa 600)
Scripture Reading, The Crucifixion,
St. Matthew xxvii, 32-44
Hymn, Jesu meek and lowly (A. and M. 188; E.H. 416)
Scripture Reading, The Death, St.
Matthew xxvii, 45-56
Tenor solo, Behold, and see if there be any sorrow (Handel's Messiah)
Scripture Reading, The Burial, St.
Matthew xxvii, 57-66
0 Lamb of God (from the Litany)
(Tallis)
Anthem, Jesu, Lamb of God, Redeemer (Byrd)
Address by His Grace the Lord Archbishop of CANTERBURY
Hymn, When I survey the wondrous
Cross (A. and M. 108 ; S.P. 133)
Blessing
Organist, Sydney H. Nicholson

Contributors

Organist:
Sydney H. Nicholson

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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