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The Swansea Orpheus Choral Society A Concert

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Relayed from
THE PATTI PAVILION, SWANSEA
S.B.from Swansea
Artists
KATE WINTER (Soprano) ; TREFOR JONES(Tenor);
HAROLD WILLIAMS (Baritone)
THE CHORUS OF THE SWANSEA ORPHEUS
CHORAL SOCIETY
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(CERDDORFA GENEDLAETHOR, CYMRU)
Leader, LOUIS LEVITUS
Conducted by LIONEL ROWLANDS
'HEN WLAD Fy NHADAU'
Solo by TREFOR JONES
Scenes from
'THE SONG OF HIAWATHA'
(Coleridge-Taylor)
I
'HIAWATHA'S WEDDING FEAST'
Chorus, 'You shall her how Pau-Puk-Keewis Chorus, 'Then the handsome Pau-Puk-Keewis' Chorus, ' He was dressed in a shirt of doe-skin' Chorus, .'.First he danc'd a solemn measure ' Chorus, ' Then said they to Chibiabos '
Tenor Solo,' Onaway! Awake. Beloved'
Chorus, Thus the gentle Chibiabos' Chorus, ' Very boastful was lagoo '
Chorus, ' Such was Hiawatha's Wedding '
II
'THE DEATH OF MINNEHAHA
Chorus, Oh, the long and dreary Winter Chorus. Into Hiawatha's Wigwam '
Baritone Solo, And the foremost said, "Behold me "
Soprano Solo, ' And the other said, "Behold Me"' Chorus, ' And the lovely Minnehaha '
Chorus. Forth into the empty Forest
Baritone Solo. 'Gitche Manito, the Mighty ' Chorus, ' In the Wigwam with Nokomis * cioprano Solo,' " Hark ' " she said, " I hear a Rushing " '
Soprano Solo, WahonominWahonomin!' Baritone Solo, 'Wahonomin! Wahonomin!' Chorus, ' And he rushed into the Wigwam '
Soprano Solo, Then he sat down, still and speechless '
Chorus, ' Then they buried Minnehaha '
Baritone Solo and Chorus, ' "Farewell!" said he,
" Minnehaha " '

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Baritone: Harold Williams
Conducted By: Lionel Rowlands

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The Swansea Orpheus Choral Society A Concert

5WA Cardiff, 18 February 1930 19.45






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