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St. David's Day: Clara Novello-Davies's Royal Welsh Ladies Choir

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This famous choir, which is to give a special St. David's Day programme, has won the highest honours at the World Fair in Chicago and the Paris Exhibition. As far back as 1894, when Queen Victoria was on the throne, it was taken under royal patronage. The singers usually perform in traditional Welsh costume.
Its founder and conductor, Madame Clara Novello-Davies, is now seventy-five years of age. She has specialised for many years in voice-building and breath control, and has written several books on these subjects. And like her son, Ivor Novello, she has composed a good deal of music.

Contributors

Singers: Royal Welsh Ladies Choir
Conductor: Madame Clara Novello-Davies






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