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!Organ Recital at Treharris.-

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Organ Recital at Treharris. A successful musical evening was provided at Brynhyfryd Baptist Chapel, Treharris, on Thursday last, when an organ recital was given by Professor T. D. Edwards (organist and choirmaster), assisted by the following artistes —Soprano, Miss Bessie Jones, London; tenor, Mr. Ted Smith, Treharris; bass, Mr. Dan Richards, Brynmawr. The large gathering was presided over by his Worship the Mayor of Merthyr (Councillor F. T. James), who was accompanied by the Mayoress and their daughter. A capital programme of organ music was con- tributed, including compositions by ~rell-kiiown masters, as well as two original pieces by the organist himself. The feature of the evening was the performance of the Russian Patrol (Rubenstein). This piece opens with the echo of the drums iv, the distance, which gradually becomes louder ^d louder, giving a ~~CTV realistic effect. In- response to aji Professor Edward", gavcan equally .eali representation oi The Storm He also displayed i-ble skill and techniquo in his performance of S'iiomo Grand Chceur and Bach's Prelude and Fugue," which were exceeidngly .ell receded. Through. ill- ness Madame Mills-Reynolds was unable to attend, and her place was filled byiia3 Bessie Jones, Royal Academy of Music. Her rend- ering of "EtemeJ Love," by T. Edw ards, was exquisite, and fairly captivate*- trf; audience. Mr. Ted .Smith acquitted in his uual manner, and opened with Sou Alarm" (HarxLel) The solo, with o rgan accompaniment, war. aaely rendered, and h., performer eclip?ed v's previous efforts. j £ r. Dan Richards .appeared to TJe in his usual, entertaining manner, and was accorded Tin stinted applause for his rendering of Rerensro, j Timotheus Cries" (Handel), which was with dramatic effect. Appended is the programme:—fart I- Opening hymn, All hail the power of Jose's nameorgan solos, (a) Grand Chceur" '(Salome), (b) "Prelude and Fugue" (Bach).; Mr. T. D. Edwards, A.R.C.iL, F.T.S.C.; aris Sound an Alarm—Judas" (Handel), Mr, Ted Smith; song, Eternal Love" (T.D. Edwards), Miss Bfcssie Jones, R.C.M.; aria, Revenge, Timotheus Cries "—Alexander s Feast (Handel), Mr. W. Dan Richards, A.R.A.M.; organ solo, Introduction and Allegro (Han- j del), Mr. T. D. Edwards; organ solos, (a) Rural Scenes (Hoffman); Russian Patrol (Rubinstein), Mr. T. D. Edwards; song, Thou; art passing hen" (Sir A. Sullivan), Mr. W. Dan Richards; song, Yr Hyn a Caral fi" (T. D. Edwards), Miss Bessie Jones; duet, "Watchman What of the Night ? (J. Sarjeant), Messrs. Te-1 Smith and W. D. Richards; organ solos. Intermezzo Car- acteristiquo {b) Imp.tivvitai-f ix -:n Hyfrydol (T. D. Edwards), Tin <• roc*so; -ong, "Hen Gadair Freiohiau fy m" ^Owfn). Mr. Ted Smith organ solo. "Hallelujah Chorus "— Messiah (Hanedl), Mr.T. D. Edwaiou. The Mayor, at the close of the in reply to a vote of thanks moved -ij- the Rev.. W. Jones, and seconded by Council' William Jones, said he was always pleastd to take a part in any object that would hnefit the people in the borough of Merthyr, and it gave him very great pleasure to come down that night and preside over such an excellent enter- tainment. The Mayor also, during the pro- ceedings, referred to the prospect of Treharris having a public park, and promised to do all he could to further the project. He congrat- ulated Treharris ht possessing such able men as their present representatives on the Council, all of whom, he said, displayed great intelli- gence and ability.

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