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CAERLEON. T E'JT.TS' Ce fN'CERT.—On Monday evening an invitation students' concert was given by Mrs. Alfred Morris (assisted by Mrs. E. G.R,. Rich- ards and friends,) in her new music-room, which was most tastefully decorated for the occasion. The audience consisted of some of the leading families of the neighbourhood, including many friends from Newport and Cardiff. The increas- ing number of students having rendered a con- cert room necessary, a building 60ft by 22ft', has been adapted for this purpose. energy and talent of Mrs. Morris is too well known in the local musical world to need any eulogium, and her constant endeavour to raise the standard of the art should meet with the approval of every lover of music.The chorus of ladies voices, including ihe orchestra, numbered nearly 50. The singing of Miss Andrews and Miss Ramsdale must Be specially mentioned..Mrs. Morris contri- buted two songs, accompanied by Mr. Richards and Mr. Cain respectively, in the most effective manner. Besides accompanying the choruses the band contributed three pieces, which were most successful, as was also t&e singing of Mr Richards. The next concert will be given for the benefit of the Newport Infirmary, when Pergolesi's Stabat Mater for female voices, with orchestral accom- paniments, will be profiuced. We append the evening's jtrogcimme, wfeich was slightly varied owing to the absence through illness of two of the vocalists.—Part lH >110d save the Queen," Costa's arrangement (orchestral accompani- we.t); vocal duet. Gentty Sighs the Breeze," Miss Maddock and Mias Fawckner: song, The Better Land," Jude, Miss ;Bamsdale (violin ob- ligate, Mr. E. G-. JEL Richardts); part song, "Ave laria," (Lorely), Mendelssohn, ladies voices, solo MissGoldsworthy, orchestral acco-paiiiment song, Caxissima,, I Poritet, K. Thomas; song, The King's Minstrel," Pinsuti, Mr. E. G. R. Richards; pianoforte solo, Andante and Rondo Capriceioso, Mendelssohn, Mi&s Mabel A. Col- lingdon; song, Sing, Sweet Bissi," Ganz, Miiss B. Andrews; Minuet, orchestra. Part II—Over- ture lancredi," Rossini, The orchestra; seng, Lilla's a Lady," Cotsford Dick, Miss Maggie Collingdon; part song, Hail to Thee," (Bride of Dunkerron) Smart, ladies voices orchestral accompaniment; song, The Bird's Love Song," Smart, Mrs. A. Morris (clarionet obli^ato, Mr. G. Cain); duet, Meeting," Pinsuti, the Misses Ramsdale; song, "Biolldina," Lolir. Miss L. Phillips; part song, Make the Car of a Golden King Cup," (The Dream) Costa, ladies' voices (orchestral accompaniment); song," Tilt bee and the Song, Weatherly. Miss Goldsworthy; finale, ""March," the orchestra.

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