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: Dance Music

Austin C. Moreton and his Dance Band

Relayed from 'The Western Mail' Brighter and Better Homes Exhibition, Drill Hall, Dumfries Place, Cardiff.

Contributors

Musicians: Austin C. Moreton and his Dance Band

: The Care of the Blind

Mrs. Ethel Rawden, Organizing Secretary of the South Wales and Monmouthshire Counties Association for the Blind:

Contributors

Speaker: Ethel Rawden

: Awr Gyda Dafydd Emlyn Evans

The Kymric Oriana Choir
Conducted by John Devonald
How sweet the Moonlight sleeps
My Love is like the red, red Rose

J. Maldwyn Thomas (Tenor)
Bedd Llewellyn
Y Gan a Gollwyd

W. J. Davies (Bass)
Hen Wlad y Menyg Gwynion
Gwlad yr Hen
Genhiuen Werdd

Choir
Y Gwanwyn
Mor r Swynol ydyw'r Nos

J. Maldwyn Thomas
Y Gadlef
Can y Tywysog

W. J. Davies
Adsain o'r Glyn
Acenion Rhyddid

Choir
Y Bwthyn ar y Bryn
Coed yr Hydref

Contributors

Singers: The Kymric Oriana Choir
Choir conducted by: John Devonald
Tenor: J. Maldwyn Thomas
Bass: W. J. Davies








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