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: An Orchestral Concert

Relayed from the National Museum of Wales
National ORCHESTRA OF WALES
(Cerddorfa Gcnedlaethol Cymru)

: Mr. LYNDON HARRIES : ' Farce in Shakespeare-III, The Rustic Fool'

Many examples will be quoted from Shakespeare in this recital. Mr. Harries will differentiate between the Rustic Fool and the Clown, of whom he has already spoken.

: JOHN STEAN'S CARLTON CELEBRITY ORCHESTRA

Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant

: ' Young Wales'

A Programme contributed by some of the Winners at the Annual Inter-Collegiate Eisteddfod of the University of Wales held at Swansea, 1929.
EDITH WILLIAMS (Soprano), ELUNED LEYSHON (Violin), GWYNETH BOWEN (Pianoforte), MEGAN
JONES (Soprano), A. H. WILLIAMS (Baritone)
T. J. MORGAN (Reading selections from his
Poems)
THE ABERYSTWYTH UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' TRIO HUBERT PEARCE (Violin), HAYDN Lewis (Violoncello), IDRIS THOMAS (Pianoforte)
THE CARDIFF UNIVERSITY LADIES' CHOIR and THE CARDIFF UNIVERSITY MIXED CHOIR
Directed by W. G. WILLIAMS

Contributors

Soprano: Eluned Leyshon
Soprano: A. H. Williams
Baritone: T. J. Morgan
Violin: Hubert Pearce
Violin: Haydn Lewis
Cello: Idris Thomas
Directed By: W. G. Williams








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