Baritone Lance Fairfax sings 'Danny Boy' in the studio.
Titles read: "The NEW EMPIRE REVIEW NOW PRESENTS - One of music's sweetest melodies, the 'Londonderry Air' - composed long ago by an old fiddler - has been enshrined in the hearts of Irish Folk the world over. Words have been added, and today we know it as - "DANNY BOY" - Now hear it sung by LANCE FAIRFAX the famous Australian Baritone (at the piano Rene Cook)."
Pathe Studio, London.
On a set dressed to look like a drawing room we see baritone Lance Fairfax in white tie and tails, standing beside the grand piano and singing 'Danny Boy'. A group of people in evening dress sit and stand around listening.
Shots are intercut showing scenic views of the countryside.
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