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Preparations for the Twelfth - from the Moors

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Relayed from the Atholl Palace Hotel, Pitlochry
S.B. from Dundee
Introduction by The Vale of Atholl Pipe Band
Pipe Major, R. Dirnie
With an account of the Highland Scenery

7.50 Betty Bannerman (Contralto)
Maiden of Morven...arr. Lawson
The Skye Boat Song...arr. Lawson

7.57 Nell Grieg (Topical)
The Moors...J.T. Stoddart

8.7 Robert Burnett (Baritone)
Two Gaelic Numbers

8.14 Alec Sim (Violin)
Slow Strathspey, 'Fairbairns'...Fairbairns
Strathspey, 'Athol Brose'...McIntosh
Strathspey, 'The Duchess's Supper'...Gow
Reel, 'The Marquis of Tullibardine'...Crerar

8.21 Nell Grieg
It wisna his wyte...Charles Murray

8.28 Betty Bannerman
O can ye sew cushions?...arr. Lawson
Sound the Pibroch...arr. Lawson

8.35 Alec Sim
Air, 'The Nameless Lassie'...McKenzie
Strathspey, 'The Highlands of Banffshire'...Fraser
Reel, 'The Clydeside Lasses'...Traditional

8.42 Robert Burnett
Lowland Scots Group

8.50 The Vale of Atholl Pipers
Eightsome Reel; March, 'Macdonald of the Isles' March to Harlaw'; Strathspey, 'Blair Drummond'; Reel, Duntroon'

With a Running Commentary on the set reels and the piping by Douglas H. Scott

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