The Music of Tchaikovsky
The Halle Orchestra, conducted by Sir Hamilton Harty : Mazeppa Dance
Royal Opera Orchestra, Covent Garden (i) conducted by Dr. Malcolm Sargent ; (2) conducted by Lawrence Collingwood : Sleeping Beauty Panorama
. Speeches by The Right Reverend The Bishop of LLANDAFF
The Rev. Canon D. T. GRIFFITHS
(President of the Society)
The Rt. Hon. VISCOUNT SANKEY , G.B.E. (The Lord High Chancellor of Great
Captain R. T. Evans , M.P.
A Musical Programme between
Speeches will be given by JENNIE ELLIS (soprano)
DOLAN EVANS (mezzo-soprano)
FRANCIS RUSSELL (tenor)
THE DOLAN EVANS WELSH LADIES
Relayed from The City Hall,
Cardiff THE CARDIFF CYMRODORION is the most important Welsh Society in the Principality ; it aims at the promotion of all matters of interest and advantage to the We]sh nation. Its meetings are intended to give instruction in matters of interest concerning Welsh literature, history, and music.
Rev. Canon D. T.
Rt. Hon. Viscount
Captain R. T.
Cardiff The Cardiff
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