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: A Concert

Mercedes Marsh (soprano)
Vera Shipton (entertainer)
The Station Trio:
T. D. Jones (pianoforte); Morgan Lloyd (violin); Gwilym Thomas (cello)


Soprano: Mercedes Marsh
Soprano: Vera Shipton
Pianoforte: T. D. Jones
Violin: Morgan Lloyd
Cello: Gwilym Thomas

: The Children's Hour

Music by the Station Trio

: A Welsh Programme

Station Trio: T. D. Jones (pianoforte), Morgan Lloyd (violin), Gwilym Thomas (violoncello)
Welsh Miniatures (Spring Love Song; Deio; Agrey Cuckoo) ...... E.T. Davies
Gwen Maddox (contralto)
Robin Ddiog; Merch ei Mam ...... arr. Hubert Davies
Tra Bo Dau ...... J. Lloyd Williams
Hela'r Sgyfarnog ...... arr. Brinley Richards
Birds of Rhiannon ...... Joseph Holbrooke
Antur Fasnachol (A Business Venture), by Shirland Quin
Presented for broadcasting by Ernest Hughes and the Swansea Welsh Drama Society Players
Elais Ifans (ffermwr) ...... John Thomas
Hannah Ifans (ei fam) ...... Emma Morgan
Dafydd Ifans (ei fab) ...... Idwal Jones
Olwen Ifans (ei ferch) ...... Dora Morgan
Parri Pritchard (ffermwr ifanc o'r un gymydogaeth) ...... Herbert T. Morgan
Golygfa: Cogin ffermdy Cymreig ym Mynydd-dir Gwynedd, hwyr y dydd
Scene: The kitchen of a farmhouse in North Wales, early in the evening
A Welsh Fantasy ...... arr. T.D. Jones


Pianoforte: T. D. Jones
Violin: Morgan Lloyd
Violoncello: Gwilym Thomas
Play by: Shirland Quin
Arranged for broadcasting by: Ernest Hughes
Players: John Thomas, Emma Morgan, Idwal Jones, Dora Morgan, Herbert T. Morgan

: S.B. from London

(21.30-21.35 Local Announcements)
(Until 23.00)

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