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BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR CONCERT.

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BARRY TEMPERANCE CHOIR CONCERT. Previous to their coming visit to the Crystal Palace in connection with the annual Temperance Festival, the Barry Temperance Choir (under the masterly conductorship of Mr W. T. Samuel, I.S.M., G. and L., T.S.C.), assisted by Madana Llewellyn Jenkins (soprano), Mr W. E. Carston (tenorO, Mr J. F. Proud (bass), and Mr George Waters (elocutionist), gave a grand concert at the Komilly Hall, Barry, on Wednesday evening last, when the chair was occupied by Mr D. W. Roberts, but t e attendance, owing to counter attractions in town, was not large. Mr Albert Hazel, Barry, was the accompanist. The Choir opened the pro- gramme with a fine rendering of Ballard's "On the source of degradation," being followed by "Marguerita," which was sung in a masterly style by Mr W. E. Carston. The Choir having given The Storm," Mr J. F. Proud, who is very popular at Barry, received a flattering ovation from the audience for his song" Queen of the Earth," and as an encore gave "Truei till Death. The glee, Once upon my cheek, by the Choir was warmly received after a capital rendering. Mr G. Waters having recited One niche the highest, Madame Llewellyn Jenkins charmed the audience with her recit and air," I will extol thee, for the rendittem of which she was recalled, and again treated the audience to The Swallows. The first part of the programme concluded with the partsong, I heard the voice of Jesus say," which has been composed by the gifted conductor of the choir (Mr W. T. Samuel), and the Hallelujah Chorus. Messrs Proud and Carston opened the second portion with an excellent duett, being afterwards followed by Mr Waters with the recitation, What I think of my father," for which he was enthusiastically re-called, and recited What I think of my baby." The choir rendered in masterly style Goodworth's part song, A Lullaby." Mr Carston's song, Gwlad y Delyn," received well merited applause from the audience. Dearie," by Madam'Llewellyn Jenkins, was well appreciated, and she was again recalled, as also was Mr Proud for his rendering of The Lads of the Red, White and Blue." The Choir closed with the "Hallelujah Chorus" and "Notes of Joy." The Chairman: having been thanked tor presiding, Mr Samuel stated he greatly appreciated. the kind sympathy expressed with him in his recent severe illness.

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