The St David's Singers (male voice choir) sing 'The Blue Danube' - dupe of PSP 767.
Titles read: 'Many, many years ago, Johann Strauss composed the world renowned 'Blue Danube' - strange to say originally for a male voice choir. The New Empire Review now presents the famous - St David's Singers - in their harmonious rendering of same.'
Probably filmed in the Pathe Studio, London.
The Saint David's Singers, a male voice choir, sing 'The Blue Danube' with piano accompaniment. The item is intercut with lyrical shots of the Danube and countryside and cloudscapes, also a city, presumably Vienna. A man conducts the choir with a baton.
This is duplicate of item in Pathe Sound Pictorial PSP 767 - see separate record for details.