GREAT COMPOSERS—No. I
Beethoven with the WEST REGIONAL TRIO
THE Wednesday afternoon broadcasts by the Trio have been a popular feature of West Regional programmer for a long time. All the famous Boothoven and Mozart Trios have been played and it is now intended to includo some of the most popular movemonts in a series for the Children's Hour.
A WELSH INTERLUDE
Yr Athro T. H. PARRY WILLIAMS yn darllen rhai o'i Gerddi
Professor T. H. PARRY WILLIAMS reading some of his Poems
THE poems of Professor Parry Williams , of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, are well known to Welsh-men everywhere. His work is an outstanding example of the modern school of Welsh poetry.
Athro T. H. Parry
Professor T. H. Parry
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