Film: 847

Music | 1920 | Sound | B/W

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Elgar At The Three Choirs Festival, Worcester in 1929 also Vaughan Williams, then at Hereford cathedral.

Hereford Three Choirs Festival
George Bernard Shaw sitting a a bench with Barry Jackson. Barry Jackson was the founder of the Malvern festival and the Birmingham Rep Theatre, he lived near British Camp. Watch out for the Cathedral school boys in tight suits and mortar board arriving at the cathedral with Sir Ivor Atkins, Herbert Sumsion W.H. Reed, Percy C. Hull . Percy Hull leaving the Cathedral Percy Hull talking to person unknown.Elgar at home with his dogs. Ralph Vaughan Williams stands with another man. The man holding a violin case is Billy Read - Elgar’s first violinist.
Hereford Cathedral


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