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: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

(Leader, LOUIS LEVITUS )
Relayed from THE NATIONAL MUSEUM
OF WALES

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

(Leader, Louis LEVITUS )

Contributors

Leader: Louis Levitus

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Swansea)
EMMA MORGAN. Casglu'r Blodau. (Gathering the Flowers)
What shall we do on Saturday
Mrs. VESTA GILL

: Mr. E. R. APPLETON, West Regional

Director: Regional Affairs '

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Mr. T. 0. PHILLIPS
' Rhai Teuddiadau yn Lien Cymru Heddiwz '

Contributors

Unknown: Rhai Teuddiadau
Unknown: Lien Cymru Heddiwz

: 'The Martyrs '

Cantata for Male Voices (with Solos) and Orchestra
Libretto by R. H. U. BLOOR
Music by J. H. MAUNDER
Relayed from THE OLYMPIA, TREDEGAR
Characters
Chorus of People of Ephesus and Christians
THE TREDEGAR ORPHEUS MALE VOICE
PARTY
THE HERBERT WARE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by J. D. EVANS
Scene, Outside the Temple of Artemis -Night Chorus, with Solos (Phias and Lycon). Who is She who rules the Heaven ?
Hecit and Air (Lycon). Where the River of Kishon
Chorus. What is thy Tale to us ?
Recit (Thasis). Come, then, let us worship the Gods
Chorus. The three Fates
Solo (Lycon). Oh, bitter Mockery
Chorus with Solos (Phias and Lycon). Come, they defy us
Solo (Thasis). Woe, woe to the Fool
Recit and Duettino (Phias and Lycon). He giveth Life
Chorus with Solos (Phias, Thasis and Lycon).
Part them at once !
Triumphal Chorus. Queen of Heaven victorious Recit (Lycon), Air (Phias), and Chorus of Christians. Thy citadel, 0 Zion

Contributors

Unknown: R. H. U. Bloor
Music By: J. H. Maunder
Conducted By: J. D. Evans
Lycon, A Christian: Idris Daniels
Phias, his young son: Elsie Davies
Thasis, a Heathen Philosopher: Walter Glynne








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