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: Cyngerdd

0 Sinema Ganol, Porth
(A Concert, relayed from Central
Cinema, Porth)
COR Y PORTH A'R CYLCH dan arweiniad
(Porth and District Choral Society) conducted by Stanley Williams
Y mae'r gymdeithas hon wedi ennill dros gant o brif ac ail wobrau mewn cystadlaethau pwysig. Glowyr, gyda'u gwragedd a'u merched, yw'r aelodau, a ffurfiwyd y gymdeithas yn 1923 dan yr arweinydd presennol.
Byth ar 61 iddi ennill y Fedal Aur yn Ysgol Gerddorol y Guildhall, mae Margaret Tann Williams wedi bod yn brysur iawn a'i chyhoeddiadau. Y llynedd, hyhi oedd y datgeinydd contralto yn ' Meseia' yn Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Castell Nedd, ac ar 61 y perfformiad hwnnw, galwyd ami bedair gwaith ar ddeg i gyflawni'r un gwaith y tymor diwethaf, y tro olaf yng Ngwyl y Tri Chwm dan y Dr. Malcolm Sargent . Rhoes ddatganiad yn Neuadd Wigmore fis Mai, a phlesiwyd y beirniaid yn arbennig gyda'i datganiad o ganeuon gwerin Cymreig.


Unknown: Stanley Williams
Conducted By: Stanley Williams
Unknown: Fedal Aur
Unknown: Tann Williams
Unknown: Tri Chwm
Unknown: Dr. Malcolm Sargent




Leader: Frank Thomas
Tenor: Heddle Nash


An Appeal on behalf of THE BRITISH WIRELESS FOR THE BLIND FUND (Local Maintenance Appeal) (Registered under The Blind Persons Act, 1920) by E. C. KlNSEY-MORGAN
The British Wireless for the Blind Fund lends sets to blind persons, but maintenance has to be found locally, and it is for this purpose that an appeal is made to South Wales listeners every year. In South Wales and Monmouth-shire there are hundreds of valve sets belonging to the fund, and there are also hundreds of crystal sets becoming obsolete, and these are to be replaced as income permits.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]


Unknown: Mrs. Ethel Rawden


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