Arweinydd, Charles Owen Meirion Morris (bariton) o Nant Padarn , Eglwys yr Annibynwyr, Llanbens
(The Llanberis Choir conducts,
Charles Owen , Meirion Morns (baritone), from Nant Padam Congretional Church, Llanbens)
A dramatic programme by Charles Fisher with music from Wagner's Tristan Production by T. Rowland Hughes
Listen, then, Lords and Ladies, if vou would hear an old and high tale of chivalry. It is the story of Tristram, Prince most excellent, and worthy of all lovers, to be remembered, from the time that he entered the service of his uncle, King Mark, to the time of his death and the death of Iseult ....
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