ο»Ώ THE OPERA CONCERTS AT THE AGRICULTURAL-HALL.|1867-08-24|The Brecon County Times Neath Gazette and General Advertiser for the Counties of Brecon Carmarthen Radnor Monmouth Glamorgan Cardigan Montgomery Hereford - Welsh Newspapers Online
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THE OPERA CONCERTS AT THE AGRICULTURAL-HALL. Most persons remember Jullien and his promenade concerts. Had he lived, how delighted he would have been to have had the Agricultural-hall for such a pur. pose. During the hot weather, the immense building, with its lofty roof and good ventilation, makes it one of the most delightful resorts for recreation. The orchestra ¡ is complete in every sense of the word, and the grand music swells through the great hall in a most melodious form. The band of the Grenadier Guards is here heard to advantage; and the mighty drums, which imitates the sound of cannon firing, have a wonderful effect. The encampment of an army, the parade of troops, the English, Irish, and Scotch airs of the various eorps as they are proceeding to battle, are acted in a superb manner, and give a semblance of reality. The solos given during the evening by Miss Rebecca Isaacs, Mdlle. Liebhart, Mdlle. Bauermeister, are justly applauded, whilst the instrumental solos of Mr. Levy are wonder- ful. The Levy Waltz," composed expressly for him by Signor Guglielmo, is nightly encored, and is, perhaps, one of the prettiest things ever produced. An ad- ditional attraction to this hall are the decorations, which remain in the same state as when the Belgians were entertained there.

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