To The Rt. Hon. DAVID LLOYD
GEORGE, O.M., M.P.
THE GRAND THEATRE, ABERAFAN
His Worship the Mayor of Port Talbot, Councillor Joseph Davies , will call upon the Town Clerk, Moses Thomas , Esq., to read the Roll containing the resolution of the Council. The Mayor will then address the assembly and present the Casket containing the Freedom of the Borough to Mr. Lloyd George. Mr. Lloyd George will then sign the Roll and reply to the Address of Welcome. The proceedings will conclude with the National Anthem.
Rt. Hon. David
THE ITALIAN and SPANISH SONGS of WOLF, sung by WINIFRED RADFORD (Soprano) and SUMNER AUSTIN
Klinge, klinge, mein Pandero (Ring right merry, my pandura)
Wenn du zu don Blumen gehst (Would'st thou eull the fairest Flower ?)
Mogen alle bosen Zungen (Let the evil Tongues)
(English from the translations by John Bernhoff )
Tiof im Herzen trag' ich Pein (Bear the smart, oh aching Heart)
In dem Schatten meiner Loeken (In the Shadow of my Tresses)
Bedeekt mieh mit Blumen (Oh, deck me with Roses)
Herr, was tragt der Boden hier (Geistliehes
Lied) (Lord, what doth the Soil here bear ?) (Sacred Song)
Liebe mir im Busen ziindet einen Brand
(Love has in my Bosom built a flaming Pyre)
MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT from
THE EISTEDDFOD PAVILION
ANNIE M. JENKINS (Soprano)
LIZZIE DAVIES (Contralto) WALTER GLYNNE (Tenor)
BRINLEY LLEWELLYN (Baritone)
ELSIE THOMAS (Harpist)
JOHN DEVONALD (Pennillion Singing)
THE EISTEDDFOD CHOIR
THE LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Leader, W. H. Reed
Conducted by TOM DAVIES
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