Where do you live ?
A Programme about Exeter by PETER ROBERTS
5.40 From Midland :
Great Composers at the Piano-4
VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON will talk about and play some of Chopin's keyboard music
WYNDHAM G. WILLIAMS
The St. David's Singers were founded about ten years ago by a few Welsh soloists who felt the need of intensive training in ensemble singing; their enthusiasm was such that today they are considered by eminent critics to be the best choir of its size in London. They have appeared at important concerts, and on one occasion H.R.H. The Princess Royal visited the artists' room and personally congratulated each singer and expressed her appreciation of the choir's fine singing. The choir (fourteen in number) sings from memory, a remarkable achievement considering its very large and comprehensive repertoire.
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