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Miss Phyllis Novinsky, Violinist.

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Miss Phyllis Novinsky, Violinist. Miss Phyliis Novinsky, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Novinsky, jewel- lers, Dunraven st., Tonypandy, who made her first appearance in Mid- Rhondda at a conceit held at Beth- ania (C.M.) Chapel, Llwynypia, on Thursday, the 11th inst., undoubted- ly created a deep impression upon all those present. Her playing, indeed, was of a very high standard, the three pro- gramme items, namely, "Ballade et Polonaise," by Yieuxtemps, Ave Maria," by Schubert, arranged for violin by Wilhemj, and "Hyre Kati," by Hubay, being*%i most try- ing feat for a young girl of sixteen summers. These pieces, which bristled with. difficulties, were sur- mounted with wonderful ease and accuracy, and her cantabile playing was always most pleasing, bringing forth a broad, rich tone especially on the G string. Miss Novinsky pos- sesses that wonderful soul which is so essential for violin playng. Her performance throughout was a very rare treat and we. feel sure that all students of the violin, who were pre- sent, must have left the concert deep- ly impressed. As encores we had "Lecyne," by Saint Saens, and "Sweet Lavender" by Macdowejl. We can predict a ? r.. '\1: ? most brilliant future for her and her parents, who are well known in Mid- Rhondda, may feel very proud in having a most talented daughter, who hy the way, was horn at Tony- pandy, and trained at Trinity Col- lege of Music, London. We hope that her future will be crowned with success.

. Ponfygwaith Winners. I

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