Third Lecture-Recital by W.S. Gwynn Williams.
Assisted by George Llewellyn (Baritone), The Mountain Ash Girls' Choir, The Cardiff Station Choir.
I. Example of Modern Welsh School Songs
II. A Short Survey of the Present Outlook in Welsh Music.
III. Examples of Modern Welsh Song Writing
IV. A Review of some of the Organisations at work in Wales to day, and their possible effect upon the future of Welsh Music.
V. Examples of Modern Welsh Choral Music.
The Mountain Ash Girls'
The Cardiff Station
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