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THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Directed by FRANK CANTELL
JOSEPH YATES (Baritone)
THE Midland Studio Orchestra makes a speciality of little feature programmes, when some definite aspect of music is demonstrated or the work of a single composer exploited. From this programme listeners will bo able to form a good idea of the charmingly lyrical appeal of Mozart's music. The songs are all taken from Mozart's operas.
JOSEPH YATES
From thy Casement (Don Giovanni ) 0 Isis and Osiris (The Magic Flute) So, Sir Page (Figaro)
Andante (23rd Pianoforte Concerto)
Minuet (Symphony No. 40 in G Minor)
JOSEPH YATES
Pretty Lady (Don Giovanni)
Within these sacred Bowers (The Magic Flute)
When a Maiden takes your Fancy (The Seraglio)
ORCHESTRA
Romance and Rondo (Serenade for Strings)

Contributors

Directed By:
Frank Cantell
Baritone:
Joseph Yates
Unknown:
Don Giovanni

From ST. CHAD'S CATHEDRAL, BIRMINGHAM
Conducted by the Rev. ARCHIBALD McDONALD
(Professor at Oscott College, Birmingham)
The BELLS
Order of Service :
Organ Prelude Prayers
Hymn, Hark ! an awful Voice is sounding Lauds The Gospel of the day, St. Matthew xi, 2 to 10
Rorate Coeli desuper (Traditional chant and harmony)
Ne Iraseeris Domine Consolamini
Sermon
Antiphon and Prayer for the Season
Benediction
Divine Praise
Hymn, 0 Jesus Christ, remember when Thou shalt come again
Organ Voluntary
THE Rev. Archibald McDonald is a professor at the famous Oscott College, Birmingham.
Before taking this appointment, lie was attached to the Church of St. James, Reading. Here lie was responsible for the music of the first broadcast from a Catholic church, in 1923. He is an authority on the church music of the sixteenth century and on plainsong.

Contributors

Unknown:
Rev. Archibald McDonald
Unknown:
Rorate Coeli
Unknown:
Ne Iraseeris Domine
Unknown:
Rev. Archibald McDonald

Regional Programme Midland

About Regional Programme

Regional 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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