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: A Ballad Concert

Dora DAVID (soprano)
FRED PORTER (tenor)

Contributors

Soprano: Dora David
Tenor: Fred Porter

: Dathliad Gwilym Gwent

Heddiw dethlir Canmlwyddiant y cerddor Gwilym Gwent yn Rhymni, a darlledir y dathliad o Neuadd Victoria. (The Centenary Celebrations of the Welslt Musician, Gwilym Gwent , relayed from the Victoria Hall Cinema,
Rhymney)
HANNAH PuGH (soprano)
Cor PLANT YR YSGOLION dan arweiniad MARY RICHARDS
PARTI CANIGION GLANYRAFON dan arweiniad Tom OWEN
COR PLANT YR YSGOLION
Love was playing Hide and Seek
PARTI CANIGION GLANYRAFON We were boys together
HANNAH PUGH
Beth yw Hawddfyd ? (What is pleasure ?) Yr esgid ar y traeth (The shoe on the shore)
Anerchiad,' Gwilym Gwent ' gan
T. G JAMES , M.A., O.B.E.
COR PLANT YR YSGOHON
YrHaf (Summer)
PARTI CANIGION GLANYRAFON
Nyni yw'r Meibion Cerddgar (We are the music-makers)

Contributors

Unknown: Gwilym Gwent
Unknown: Neuadd Victoria.
Musician: Gwilym Gwent
Unknown: Canigion Glanyrafon
Unknown: Gwilym Gwent
Unknown: T. G James
Unknown: Canigion Glanyrafon
Unknown: Meibion Cerddgar

: The Children's Hour

' The Happy Hoboes'
A West Regional Concert Party Entertainment, relayed from Rook-wood Hospital, Llandaff

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Market Prices for Farmers in the West

: The Newtown District Elementary Schools' Tenth Annual Children's Festival

Conducted by BUMFORD GRIFFITHS
Relayed from
The County Pavilion, Newtown
The first festival was held in the County Pavilion, Newtown, with Sir Walford Davies and Mr. Bumford Griffiths as conductors, and a choir of 1,000 voices from the district elementary schools, with an orchestra drawn from the violin classes held in the county under the auspices of the County Recreation Association.

Contributors

Conducted By: Bumford Griffiths
Unknown: Walford Davies
Unknown: Mr. Bumford Griffiths

: THE BAND OF THE ist BATTALION THE WELCH REGIMENT

(By kind permission of Lieut.-Col. F. H. Linton ,
D.S.O., Commanding)
Bandmaster, F. J. DAVIDSON
OLIVE GILBERT (contralto)

Contributors

Unknown: Col. F. H. Linton
Unknown: F. J. Davidson
Contralto: Olive Gilbert

: ' The Second News '

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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