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MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT EAST BARRY.

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MUSICAL FESTIVAL AT EAST BARRY. SUCCESSFUL PROCEEDINGS. A most successful choral festival was held on Wednesday last at the Public Hall, East Barry, in connection with the Calvinistic Methodists of the district. The voices numbered nearly 300, and consisted of choirs from the churches at the following places :âCowbridge, Soar (Bonvilstone), St. Athan, East Barry, Barry Dock Town (English and Welsh), Penmark, Pendeulwyn, and Trehill. The conductor of the proceedings during the day was Mr D. Jenkins, .\lus. Bac. Aberystwith, whose exceptional ability and popularity constitute a sufficient assurance of the high degree of success which attended the festival throughout. The Chairman of the morning meeting was the Rev J. Daniels, Penmark ;intheafternoon, Mr J. Lloyd, East Barry; and in the evening, the RevJ. W. Matthews, Barry Dock Town, each of whom delivered addresses suitable to the occasion. Addresses were also delivered by the Rev T. R. Lloyd, Dinas Powis, and Mr D. Jenkins. The attendance at each meeting was a large one, especially in the eveninf, meeting, when the hall was densely crowded, and all present seemed highly pleased with the excellent rendering of the various pieces by the choirs. During the intervals between the meet- ings refreshments were provided by Mrs Howe, proprietress of Howe's Comnercial and Tem- perance Hotel, Barry Dock Town, whose efforts to satisfy the inner wants of the hundreds of persons who participated in her bountiful spreads were abundantly successful. At the morning meeting, the order of the singing was as follows :-Ad- dresses by the chairman and others. Tunes by the choirsâ"Meirionydd," to the words "Hosana, Haleluwia;" "Britain's Lament," to the words Great Redeemer, Friend of sinners;" leuan Gwyllt's "Esther," to the words Pechadur aflan yw fy enw Sankey's We're marching to Zion," to the words" Come ye that love the Lord J. Aston's Trefeglwys," to the words in ngwyneb gorthrymderau:" the anthem, "Glory to God," by Watts Hughes, harmony by D. Jenkins, Mus.Bac.; and Webbe's ".Melcombe," to the words "Jesus, immortal King, go on." The order of the afternoon meeting was :âAd- dresses by the Chairman and others. Tunesâ Foster's "Pembroke," to the words "0 Lord, how happy we should be;" Monk's "Emyn hwyrol," to the words "Abide with me, fast falls the eventide Regnart's "St. Barnabas," to the words "Fy ngweddi, dos i'r nef Alexander Ewing's Ewing," to the words Jerusalem the golden;" chant, Ieuan Gwyllt's Crist, ein Paso- ⢠ni," to words taken from St. Paul's 1st Epistle to the Corinthians, 5th chap. and E. Stephen's "Y delyn aur," to the words Nid oes yno ddiwedd canu." The programme of the evening meeting was :-Addresses by the chairman and others. TunesâKlug's Morganwg," to the words Coffawn yn llawen gyda pharcli Dr. Joseph Parry's "Aberystwyth," to the words "Lord remove the veil away;" Psalm 46â"Duw sydd noddfa (Woodward); Ieuan Gwyllt's "Moab to the words Ar lan Iorddonen ddofn Bryn Calfaria," to the words O'er the distant moun- tain breaking;" and the anthem Molwch yr Arglwydd" (T. Davies, Ebbw Vale). The accompanists wereâMorning, Miss Davies, Llan- bethery; afternoon, Miss Howe, Barry Dock Town and in the evening, Miss Thomas, St. Athan.

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