THE MARY ABBOTT TRIO : FRANK VENTON (Violin), HARRY STANIER (Cello), MARY ABBOTT (Pianoforte) ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto); WALTER S. YORKE (French
Horn) FRANK VENTON , MARY ABBOTT and WALTER S. YORKE
TyiLLIAM J. FENNEY is a Birmingham Composur, born in 1891, who, after a period of self-tuition, became a pupil of Bantock. His output has been comparatively small, but his workmanship is fastidious.
His Trio in G (Op. 20) is in three Movements. It is strong music, well thought.and sincerely felt. The last Movement in particular has a notable richness of texture. '
(From Birmingham): 'Hide and Seek,' by Carol Ring. Songs by Harold Casey (Baritone). 'Why not make your own Christmas Cards?' Â’ by Estelle Steel-Harper. Musical Selections by the Birmingham Studio Pianoforte Quintet (Leader, Frank Cantell)
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