The Organ - Triumphal March in E major (Guilmaur), as played by Edwin H. Lemare; Summer Sketches (Lemare), as played by Composer; Scherzo in F major (Holman-Lemare), as played by H. Goss-Custard.
Miss Rita Sharpe, Solo 'Cello - "Romance", Debussy; "Prayer", Squire.
Mr Joseph Farrington, Bass-Baritone - (a) "Song of Pan", Bach; (b) "In Summer Time on Bredon", Graham Peel; (c) "Song of the Toreador" (Carmen), Bizet.
The Organ - Variations in E major ("The Harmonious Blacksmith") (Handel), as played by G. F. Handel. Pavane in A (Johnson), as played by E. H. Lemare. Rienzi Overture (Wagner), arranged by M. Welte.
Miss Rita Sharpe, Solo 'Cello - "The Gentle Maiden", arranged by Cedric Sharpe. "Oriental Dance", Squire.
Mr Joseph Farrington, Bass-Baritone - (a) "Fear No More the Heat of the Sun"; (b) "Hey Ho, the Wind and the Rain" (Shakespeare); (c) "Drink to Me Only", "The Jolly Miller" (Old English), (Roger Quilter).
"Angelus" from "Scenes Picturesque" (Massenet), as played by Baldwin.
Larghetto in F sharp minor (S. S. Wesley), as played by W. Faulkes.
Suite Gothique, Opus 25 (L. Boellmann), as played by P. Hindermann.
"Softly Awakes My Heart", from "Samson and Delilah", arranged by Franz.
Triumphal March (J. Callarts), as played by Composer.
Hymn: "When All Thy Mercies, Oh My God" (A. and M., 517)
Anthem: "The Lord Gave the World" (Edmund Turner)
Address: Rev. D. L. Marsden, B.A., Vicar of Caerau with Ely Church
Hymn: "Holy Father, Cheer Our Way" (A. and M., 22)
Symphony Concert "Sounds and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not" - Wagner Night
Vocalist: Miss Beatrice Miranda
Conductor: Mr. A. Corbett-Smith
By permission of the Air Council (Director of Music, Flight-Lieutenant J. Amere) - Overture, "Poet and Peasant" (Suppe); Selection, "Samson and Delilah" (Saint-Saens).
Miss Nora Del Marr, Soprano - "The Lord is My Light" (Allitsen).
Soprano (of the Birmingham Station Repertory Company)
Cavatina from "Robert Ie Diable": Robert, toi que j'aime (Meyerbeer).
Address by the Rev. G. D. Rosenthal, St Agatha's Church, Sparkbrook, Birmingham.
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