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'OUR PEOPLE SING'

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A feature programme revealing how the life of Wales' is reflected in its singing
Soloist, Elizabeth Evans
Penillion singer, Mair Howells
Harpist, Beatrice Botterill
Choirs
The Christian Temple Choir,
Ammanford
Conductor, Gwilym R. Jones
Swansea and District Royal Male
Voice Choir
Conductor, Ivor Owen
Nantyffyllon Children's Choir
Conductor, D. C. Watkin
Characters played by Rachel Thomas , Weavy Lloyd , Nan Porter , Tom Jones , Philip Phillips , Jack Jones , P. H. Burton , Jack James , and Vivian Allen
Devised by P. H. Barton
Produced by T. Rowland Hughes

Contributors

Soloist: Elizabeth Evans
Singer: Mair Howells
Harpist: Beatrice Botterill
Conductor: Ivor Owen
Conductor: D. C. Watkin
Played By: Rachel Thomas
Played By: Weavy Lloyd
Played By: Nan Porter
Played By: Tom Jones
Played By: Philip Phillips
Unknown: Jack Jones
Unknown: P. H. Burton
Unknown: Jack James
Unknown: Vivian Allen
Unknown: P. H. Barton
Produced By: T. Rowland Hughes

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