The Well-tempered Clavichord "
(The Famous " 48 " Preludes and Fugues), *
Played by CLAUD BIGGS.
(In this Series, Mr. Biggs carries on from the point he reached on January 9th, 1926.)
I. Preludes and Fugues from Book I.,
Nos. 18, 19, 20.
A Programme of Traditional Welsh Music.
Introductory remarks by Dr. LEIGH HENRY.
Performed by MEGAN THOMAS (Soprano). IRENE EVANS (Contralto).
DAFYDD ELLIS (Tenor).
WATCYX WATCYNS (Baritone). MEGAN GLANTOWE (Harp).
And a SMALL STRINGED
ORCHESTRA with Wood-wind.
By FRANK H. SHAW.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY. What Will Happen in the Third
£110 in Prizes.
See page 439 for full details.
On Board the s.s. Æneas. In this
Act, three men and a woman are thrown into a situation which foreshadows a variant of the " eternal triangle."
(In the order of their speaking.)
The ship has just torn out her bottom plating through 8 collision with a derelict, and is sinking.
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