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ANTONIA DOLORES.

A concert which, it is stated, will stand out in the musical annals of this town, will be given here by Mdlle. Antonia Dolores, the world-famed French soprano, in the Theatre Royal on _.Thursday next. Of the eminent lyric artists of the present day, none, perhaps, enjoys a greater or more universal reputation than Mdlle. Dolores. Inheriting a singularly artistic temperament from her parents, who held at one time a conspicuous position in the realms of music, Mdlle. Dolores, as the result of inexhaustible .studies, j and finished, training, coupled with unusual experience, stands forth today as an illustrious model and exponent of the true "be! canto." She possesses a soprano voice mellifluous in quality and extensive in range., embellished by a flawless production, perfection of technique, purity of enunciation, and an almost limitless variety of expression, enabling her to inter- I pret every phase of vocal emotion, from the depth of pathos to joyous j hilarity, and her linguistic attainments j afford "her the power of .singing in various tongues v/ith faultless pronuncia-

tion. Seats can be booked at the Bristol Piano Co. from Saturday, wiiile the | unreserved tickets are alse available at jThe Bristol. The pianist is Mr Harold Smith.

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ANTONIA DOLORES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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ANTONIA DOLORES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9599, 1 May 1919

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