with VERNON ADCOCK (xylophone)
Tom Jones , produced at the Apollo
Theatre in 1907, has been performed by more operatic societies than it would be easy to count. Graceful, melodious, light, the music is in every way original, stamped with a strong individuality; always refined, laid out for the orchestra by the hand of the master, it is all respected and admired by musicians as it is loved by the man in the street.
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