TREVOH OWEN (Tenor)
CHARLES AUGUSTE DE BERIOT , who was born in 1882 in Louvain, was doubly distinguished in that he was one of the most celebrated violinists of his time, and that he was the second husband of the singer Maria Malibran , the famous daughter of the great Garcia. His marriage did not last long, for whil Malibran was still young she was thrown from her horse and died as a result of the accident. For a long time after her death Btriot appeared only occasionally in public, and for the last twelve years of his life he was quite blind. His few but distinguished compositions for the violin have always been very popular items in the repertory of violin virtuosi.
Charles Auguste De
A Vaudeville Programme announced by Announcers from all parts of the world, not excluding Ffillk-click-aaffs-click-zzz-ciick, right from the heart of the Jungle.
The artists are :
' The Village Cricket Match-'
ARTHUR PRINCE and ' Jim '
ERNEST SEFTON and BETTY LE BROCK
In ' Much Ado About Nothing '
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA, under the direction of S. KNEALE KELLEY , will play during the programme
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