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FEBRUARY COMPETITION. MI'SJCIAXS OF BRECON AND RADNOR—PAST AND PRESENT. First-Prize Essay Brecon and Radnor are noted for their gifted music iaiis. The Queen of Sozig-31-,t(laint, Pitti has made home in our beautiful county. The late Professor David Jenkins, Mus. B., was one of our most eminent musicians. His home was near Trecast le. He composed many beautiful anthems, etc. "Alaw Buallt," of Beiilah, was a talented musician. r IL had the honour of singing before Queen Victoria. Builth was the home of the famous "Hew Buallt," known throughout Wales as a clever musician. He was a conductor of choirs which won prizes at the National Eisteddfods. He was also a famous teacher of music. His talented daughter, Madame Bessie Evans, R.A.M.. was the winner of the prize at the "World's Fair," Chicago. Mr A. P. Morgan, of Builth, is a celebrated conduc- tor of choirs and a composer of national fame Beulah should be proud of Mr J. Price. G.T.S.C., who is a musician of a very high order. He has composed many very fine anthems, glees, etc. Mr Hadley Watkins ((.. and L.) is the composer of many beautiful pieces of music. Brecon is proud of the musical talents of "Eos Honddu," a member of D'oyle Carte's Opera Company, for many years. Mr W. T. Davies, of Talgarth, is a noted tenor soloist. "Llinos1 Fach"—Miss Sarah Davies, of Trecastle, is a charming singer. Miss Llewela Davie-, of Brecon, is a well-known pianist. Mr W. Thomas, Rhayader, is a conductor of children's choirs. Principal Lewis, Mr Evan Evans. Mr Rhys Jones, Mi- W. T. Jones, and Mr Oscar Watkins, of Brecon, are all gifted singers. Mr Rhys Jones is an able conductor of choir-.—Miss Eleanor G. Evans, Council School, Upper Chapel, near "Brecon, aged 12. Second-Prize Essay. "The Queen of Song"—Madame Patti has made her home in our beautiful county. One of the eminent musicians of this county was the late Prof. David Jenkins, Mu.s. B. His home' was near Tnecastfe. He composed many beautiful pieces of of music. "Alaw Buallt" was a famous singer. He had the hon- our of singing before Queen Victoria. "Llew Buallt" wasi known all over Wales. He was a great leader of choirs, and, also, a teacher of music. Madame Bessie Evans, R.A.M., is his daughtr. She won the champion solo iin Chicago. Beulah is the home of a very clever musician, Mr J. Price. G.T.S.C., who has composed many beautiful anthems, glees, etc. Mr A. P. Morgan ,of Builth, is an able musician both as a conductor of choirs and a composer. Mr Hadley Watkins (G. and L.) is a native of Brecon. Tk, too, is a composer. His brother, Mr Oscar Wat- kins, is also a good musician. "Eos Hondllu" is a singer of renown. He also is a Bi-econian. Mr W. T. Davies. of Talgarth, possesses a splendid tenor voice. Mr Rhys Thomas (G. and L.). of Ystradgynlais, is now a professor of music in Winnipeg. "Llinos Fach," Miss Sarah Davies-, is a charming soprano singer. Miss Llewela Davies, of Brecon, is an accomplished pianist. Mr W. Thomas, Rhayader, i- a conductor of children's choirs. Principal Lewis, Mr Evan Evans, Mr Rhys Jones and Mr W. T..Tones are talented singers. Mr Evan Evans ha.s appeared on the stage at the National Eisteddfod. Mr Rhys Jones is an able conductor of choirs.—Miss Lilian M. G. Williams, Council School. Upper Ch. p I near Brecon, aged 11.

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