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A RECITAL

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Herbert Heyner (baritone)
Eileen Ralph (pianoforte)
Herbert Heyner
One of the most distinguished of British baritones, Herbert Heyner , has appeared at more than twenty seasons of Promenade Concerts, sung principal baritone at all the leading provincial festivals, and also appeared in opera at Covent Garden. He is an extraordinarily versatile artist, for in addition to oratorio and opera he has distinguished himself as a singer of French songs and German lieder. Nor has he neglected British composers ; he has done much to make known the songs of Delius, Elgar, and Dame Ethel Smyth.
Eileen Ralph
Eileen Ralph was born in Perth, West Australia. She began her musical studies at an early age and gained her Associated Board Scholarship at sixteen. At the Royal Academy of Music she won distinctions for piano, singing, and composition, including the Macfarren Gold Medal. She gave her first recital at the Wigmore Hall in 1934. She has since broadcast many times and appeared at orchestral and other important concerts in the provinces. She specialises in the performance of contemporary music.

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Baritone: Herbert Heyner
Pianoforte: Eileen Ralph
Unknown: Herbert Heyner
Baritones: Herbert Heyner
Unknown: Dame Ethel Smyth.
Unknown: Eileen Ralph
Unknown: Eileen Ralph

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