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(the Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's)
With Pipers and Highland Dancers
(By kind permission of Lieut.-Col. V. M. Fortune, D.S.O., and Officers). Conducted by Edward Grayson, A.R.C.M.
Relayed from the Royal Victoria Park, Bath.
Prelude, Chorale, and 'Fugue in G Minor - Bach
Air. in G - Bach
Brilliant Waltz - Chopin
The Piper's Parade
March; Strathspey; Reel
Three Symphonic Dances - Grieg
The rhythms and melodic idioms of peasant song in Norway were never long absent from Grieg's music. He did not often use actual folk-songs, but cast his pieces in the style of folk-music, sometimes decking them out in the gayest colours of the orchestra, as in these Symphonic Dances, in which we find much of pastoral joy, and sometimes, we may feel, just a trace of the gentle melancholy in nature.
Suite, 'The Seasons' - Glazounov
Glazounov was reported dead during the Russian Revolution, but he came safely through it, and was decorated by the Government as 'People's Artist of the Republic'. He is known to us chiefly as a prolific writer of large works for the concert hall, but occasionally he has composed music for the stage. The Seasons was written for a Ballet. There are in the Suite made from this work a Barcarolle, a Waltz, a Slow Movement and a final Bacchanal.
Traume (Dreams) - Wagner
Standchen (Serenade) - Schubert
Invitation to the Waltz - Weber, arr. Weingartner
Hungarian Dances, Nos. 1 and 2 - Brahms
The Regimental Marches
Solo Cornet, Band-Sergeant Platt, D.C.M.
Highland Dancing by the Pipers
Piper Millar: 'Shean Truibhas'; Lee.-Cpl. Munro: 'The Sword Dance'; Foursome,-'Reel of Tulloch'
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