(Church of England) from St. Michael's Church,
9.30 Order of Service
Hymn, Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God
Almighty (A. and M. 160; S.P. 187)
Confession, Absolution and Lord's
Versicles and Responses Psalm xcv
Lesson, Luke xix, 41-47
Hymn, God the All-terrible (A. and M. 742)
Hymn, 0 God, our help in ages past
(A. and M. 165 ; S.P. 598)
Address by the Rev. Canon MONTAGUE DALE
Prayers and Blessing
Organist and Choirmaster,
E. F. A. Suttle
(Church of England) from St. Michael's Church,
for Farmers and Shipping
Conducted by William J. Matthews
Frank Titterton (tenor)
Lalo's most successful opera was not performed until he was sixty-five. As has so often happened in the history of music, recognition came to him only after long and patient striving and considerable hardship. The opera was an immediate success, and won the prize of the French Academy. Not only that, but it reached its hundredth performance almost within a year of its production.
The story is of a mythical kingdom of Ys, of love and of warfare between two neighbouring kings, and at the end the King's daughter, to save her father's realm, gives herself to the sea as a sacrifice. The patron saint of Ys rises from the waves to receive her, and the waters go back from the land that they had threatened to overwhelm.
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Mendelssohn's chamber music contains some of his best and most fascinating works, notably the Octet in F for strings which was composed at the age of sixteen. It has been said of the Octet that it is much more of a symphony scored for a string orchestra than true chamber music. Indeed, Mendelssohn appears to have anticipated this criticism, for he desired that the Octet should be played in symphonic style. The scherzo, the third movement of the Octet, was re-scored for orchestra by the composer himself for a concert of the Royal Philharmonic Society in London, which he conducted in 1829. According to the composer himself, the motto for the scherzo was the following stanza from Goethe's Faust:
Floating cloud and trailing mist
Bright'ning o'er us hover ;
Airs stir the brake, the rushes shake-
And all their pomp is over.
Sybilla Marshall Margaret Rees Winifred Downer Anne Wood Peter Pears Emlyn Bebb Victor Utting
Victor Harding Conducted by Trevor Harvey
Leader, Charles Vorzanger
Directed by Harry Davidson
' Impressions of the Oxford
J. H. Oldham , D.D.
J. H. Oldham , who has just received a Doctorate from Oxford University, is the general leader of the Conference on Church, Community, and State, which has now finished ita fortnight's work at Oxford. His position as chairman of the Research Commission of the Conference has brought him into close touch with some of the foremost thinkers in Christendom ; and the volumes of literature about to be published, which are the results of their corporate thinking, will all have passed through his hands. No one is more fully qualified than Dr. Oldham to give authoritative impressions of this world-wide gathering, which owes so much to his wise and skilful guidance.
by Maggie Teyte (soprano)
with Don Carlos
Leader, Montague Brearley
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Robert Easton (bass)
(Church of Scotland) from Dunblane Cathedral Order of Service Metrical Psalm lxv, Praise waits for thee in Sion, Lord, vv. 1-4 (Tune,
Sentences, Prayer and Lord's Prayer
Hymn, One there is, above all others
(Rv. C.H. 145)
Hymn, Soldiers of Christ, arise (Rv.
C.H. 534 ; A. and M. 270)
Address by the Rev. J. HUTCHISON
Metrical Psalm lxxii, His Name for ever shall endure, w. 17-19 (Tune, Effingham)
Organist, J. Fleming Lamb
An appeal on behalf of THE SOLDIERS', SAILORS', AND AIR-MEN'S FAMILIES ASSOCIATION, by Vice-Admiral Sir WILLIAM JAMES ,
The Soldiers', Sailors', and Airmen's Families Association was established fifty-two years ago, and has expended £4,500,000 in relieving distressed families of Service and ex-Service men. Its activities are far-reaching, for the organisation includes some twelve hundred branch committees in Great Britain and in garrison towns abroad.
Funds are much needed to enable adequate help to be given to the many cases of distress that are constantly being brought to the notice of the Association.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]
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by The Casino Orchestra
Conductor, Karel Candael
with Charles Panzera (baritone), Eduard Harvant (violin)
Carnaval romain ...... Berlioz
Eduard Harvant and Orchestra:
LÃ©gende, for violin and orchestra ...... Jef Maes
Les Indes galantes; Invitation et hymne au soleil ...... Rameau
Symphonic poem, Le chasseur maudit (The Accursed Huntsman) ...... Franck
Alceste (air de Caron) ...... Lulli
Nocturne ...... Franck
Ã DulcinÃ©e (from Don Quichotte) ...... Ravel
Italian Capriccio ...... Tchaikovsky
Karel Candael , bom at Antwerp in 1883, received his musical education at the Royal Flemish Conservatoire at Antwerp and won the âPrix de Romeâ in 1907. Since 1919 he has been on the staff of the Conservatoire and three years ago was appointed Professor of Counterpoint and Fugue there. He has directed the orchestra of the Knocke Casino Kursaal since 1930 and became musical director of the Flemish section of the Institut National de Radiodiffusion this year.
Candael's compositions include an orchestral 'PoÃ¨me en forme de rhapsodie', a ballet, Le Cantique des Cantiques (produced this year), and numerous songs.