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Mr. Brazeli's ConcertI I

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Mr. Brazeli's Concert I Mr. Brazell has reason to congratulate himself on the remarka ble success of his concert, but there is even more reason why Llanelly should he grateful to him for organizing such a glorious feast of music It is but seldom that provincial audiences have the opportunity of appre- ciating a first-class programme produced by first-class artistes. This, however, was the good fortune of the great gather- ing which filled the Market Hall in every part on Tuesday evening. There is no need of making invidious comparisons. Suffice it to say that by general consent, Tuesday's concert will take a premier place in Llanelly'is musical annals. First and foremost, the wonderful violin solos of Mr. Albert Samnions call for notice. This was tho master's first visit to the Principality, and it was reserved for a Llanelly audience to extend to him a I real Welsh welcome. Mr. Samnion's was ir. magnificent form and his varied selec- tions were a vheer delight, all of them being enthusiastically encored. A great reception was also accorded Madame Laura Evans Williams—a bird-like soprano who will be remembered as the leading figure in the production of J'King Ola." by the Zicn Choral Society some years ago. Her renderings of "How sleep the brave" and "Happy Song," will not scon he forgotten. Miss Astra Des- mond is the fortunate possessor of a noble contralto voice which was heard to the greatest advantage in "Sea Wrack" and "Softly awakes my, heart." Mr. Tom Thomas, only recently demobilized after doing his duty in the trenches, gave amongst other notable items, a most dramatic rendering of 'Sound an Alarm,' and there is nothing but praise, too, for the brilliant pianoforte solos and the sympathetic actonipaniments of Miss Auriol Jones. Last, but by no means least, came Mr. Brazell who displayed all his consummate skill as an artiste in the Pagliacei

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