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Relayed to Daventry
THE Baron Frederic D'Erlanger was born in Paris in 1868, and received his whole literary and musical education in that city. He has since lived in England for many years, and has, indeed, long been a Director of the Covent Garden Opera House. He is the Composer of four Operas and other musical works, big and little, many of which have been performed in various cities of Europe.
Introduction to Act III. of the Opera ' Tess '
GERTRUDE JOHNSON (Soprano) and Orchestra Aria (' Tess,' Act III.)
The Abbess
Chanson Legere
(Accompanied by the Composer)
Prelude for Orchestra, ' Sursum Corda '


Unknown: Baron Frederic D'Erlanger
Conducted By: Percy Pitt
Soprano: Gertrude Johnson
Unknown: Gertrude Johnson
Unknown: Chanson Legere
Unknown: William Primrosh
Unknown: Sursum Corda

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