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WELSH SINGER'S LONDON DEBUT.

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WELSH SINGER'S LONDON DEBUT. Miss Gertrude Parry, of Portmadoc, made her London debut at a concert given at Steinway Hall recently, and delighted a large audience with a varied selection of pieces in which she had ample opportunity of displaying her rich contralto voice to excellent advantage. Miss Parry included in her programme two Welsh airs, Hughes's "Wyt ti'n cofio'r" and John Henry's "Gwlad y delyn," which she rendered in a delightfully sympathetic manner, and were much appreciated by the audience. Miss Parry has been under private tuition in London for some time. The flexity of her voice and the beauty of its tone shows that consider- able care must have been taken in her prepara- tion. The Daily Chronicle says: "There is evidently a great future for Miss Parry if she continues her vocal studies, for good contraltos are scarce in London."

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WELSH FESTIVAL IN ST. PAUL'S.

A LIVERPOOL WEDDING.

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