by THE CHOIR OF ST. JULIAN'S SCHOOL,
Conductor, HUBERT BENDING
The children of this choir attend St. Julian's School which is used as a Church on Sundays. The chancel is built on to the end of the main school-room and is separated from it during the day by a roller blind. On Sunday the school-room becomes a nave and the desks and chairs are used as pews. Choir practices are held in the school.
(A Children's Orchestral Concert)
GRANVILLE JONES (ffidil)
REGINALD GIBBS (telyn)
IDRIS DAVIES (ffioloncello)
CERDDORFA YSGOL BLAENCLYDACH ,
Dan arweiniad JOHN PHILLIPS
(The Blaenclydach School Orchestra, conducted by John Phillips )
Dan Arweiniad John
by JOAN BOULTER
Joan Boulter began her studies at the Royal Academy in 1927 ; she won the Potter Exhibition, the Edward W. Nicholls Prize, the Antonia D. Murdoch Prize, the Marguerite Elzy Withers Memorial Prize for trio playing, the Cuthbert Whitmore Memorial Prize, the Leonard Borwick Prize, the Stem-date Bennett Prize, the Alexander Roller Prize , the Macfarren Gold Medal, the Albanesi Silver Medal and the Challen Gold Medal. She was appointed a Professor of the Academy in 193z.
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