(The Children's Hour)
Deng munud i'r plant bach-
Stori'r Hen Geffyl—3 : Adroddir y stori gan HULDAH
Miwsig gan LEN COLVIN a CHWARAEWYR
Y Seren Ddu-Y nawfed rhan o'r ddrama gan JOHN GRIFFITHS
(A story, dance music, and a serial)
Conductor, JOHN FOSTER in Eigar's
' King Olaf'
MAY BARTLETT (soprano)
FRANK TITTERTON (tenor)
DALE SMITH (baritone)
Leader, R. S. MOUAT
Relayed from Alexandra Gardens
Weymouth Choral Society was founded in 1891 and was the successor to the Weymouth Philharmonic Society. While still in its infancy the Society gave performances of such works as Elijah, with Charles Santley in one of the leading parts. The Society was reformed and reorganised in October, 1931, and each spring and autumn since that time a musical festival has been held, at which many famous artists have appeared.
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