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ANTONIA DOLORES.

The box'plans for the concert<to b9 given here by Mdlle. Antonia Dolores, the world-famed French soprano, in the Theatre Royal on Thursday next, the Bth inst., are now open' at the Bristol Piano Company. Mdlle. Dolores is an artist with a wonderful voice, whose interpretation of the masters, modern music, and the homely ballads and folksongs has made her. a favourite the world over. Dolores makes an unmistakable appeal. This is one of the Croat secrets of Doloresi's success, and, judging from reports from elsewhere, Dolores's wonderful artistry is stronger in evidence to-day than ever it was. The programme to be given here includes many new items, and they have been arranged with the artistry and skill that one comes to look forward.to with a Dolores concert; The . present tour, too, is an " au revoir " one, for Dolores returns to her native France at its conclusion. The Sydney "Morning Herald." when Dolores recently appeared there, printed: "Amongst the _reat artists who have visited Australasia none has become so acclimatised or has become as thoroughly at home as has Mdlle. Dolores. Tlie French soprano has returned here in great voice, and, as in other days, and more so than five years ago, has brought her numerous audiences completely under the sway of her regnant charm." Tlie pianist is Mr Harold Smith, a brilliant musician, who is also heard in solos. Mdlle. Dolores will only give one recital here.

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ANTONIA DOLORES., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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ANTONIA DOLORES. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9600, 3 May 1919

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