A Musical Play
Book and lyrics by Henrik Ege
Music by Eric Ansell
Orchestrations by Wally Wallond
A Singer, Monte Rey
A section of the BBC Men's Chorus and the Augmented Variety
Conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
Production by Archie Campbell
American Radio Announcer:
Hon Ivor Scroope-Scroope:
Mrs George L Morgan:
Â«i da Henshaw:
Rhaglen ysgafn gan J. M. Edwards
'Chwi wrandawyr mwyn o Gymru Neswch at y an rhag sythu. Onid hwnnw yw't He gorau
Pan fo'r osrwynt dan y drysau ?
Felly 'roedd hi gynt yng Nghymru Cyn i'r radio wawrio arm,
Ond i lonni y gyfeillach
Hwyl a chân drwy'r awyr bellach.'
Y cyfarwyddo gan
T. Rowland Hughes
(' Winter '—A light programme)
from the Powis Hall , University
College of North Wales, Bangor Dilys Wynne Jones (contralto)
Constance Izard (violin)
Megan Lloyd (violoncello) Patrick Piggott (pianoforte)
Director of Music, E. T. Davies
These concerts were instituted in the session of 1920-21. About four hundred have been given, many of which have been broadcast They are intended to stimulate and foster musical interest, and to provide regulTr opportunities for listening to good music.
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