by Frederick Dalrymple from Canton Parish Church, Cardiff
Frederick Dalrymple is a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists and won the La Fontaine prize in July, 1932. He has been organist and choirmaster of Canton Parish Church since 1927, and has been lecturer in music at the Technical College, Cardiff, since 1919.
(' Tsar and Carpenter ')
Act 2 of Lortzing's Opera from the Berlin State Opera House The Berlin State Opera Orchestra
Conductor, Robert Heger
Producer, Hanns Friederici
Peter I, Tsar of Russia:
Van Bett, Burgomaster of Saardam:
Marquis de Chateauneuf:
Rhaglen yn olrhain cysylltiad Cymru a Iwerddon ar hyd yr oesoedd gan Tom Parry
(The Road to Ireland-A Feature
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