Wellington Industrial Exhibition 1896-7 :Evening Opening performance. Programme. Part I, by Mr Maughan Barnett's Musical Society. "Hinemoa" written by Arthur Adams ... composed and conducted by Alfred F. Hill. Part II, by the Festival Choral Society. 189
Reference Number: Eph-B-MUSIC-1896-01-centre
Includes list of performers in "Hinemoa" - Madame Eveleen Carlton (soprano), Mr Harry Smith of Dunedin (baritone), Mr John W Hill (tenor), Mr Harold Widdop (bass). Choral Society sang Psalm 8 "O Lord our Governor", Pslam 24 ("The Earth is the Lord's and the fullness therof", and the National Anthem ("God Save the Queen").
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Wellington Industrial Exhibition 1896-7 :Evening Opening performance. Programme. Part I, by Mr Maughan Barnett's Musical Society. "Hinemoa" written by Arthur Adams ... composed and conducted by Alfred F. Hill. Part II, by the Festival Choral Society. 189, Reference Number Eph-B-MUSIC-1896-01-centre (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w photo-mechanical print(s) in centre spread of programme.Letterpress, on unfolded sheet, 284 x 450 mm.. Horizontal imageEphemera
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