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FOR THE YOUNG ANGUS AND THE KING OF THE WARLOCKS

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A Scottish pantomime
Book by WILMA HORSBRUGH
Music by IAN GouRLAY
Villagers, wee folk:
THE SCOTTISH JUNIOR SINGERS Conductor, AGNES DUNCAN
Music played by Alfred Furnish (celeste) George Horsfall (flute) Eleanor Weir (clarinet)
Arthur Falconer (clarinet) Michael Norris (bassoon) Haydn Allan (bass)
Norman Harris (drums)
Conducted by Ian Gourlay Produced by MARGARET LYFORD-PIKE

Contributors

Book By: Wilma Horsbrugh
Music By: Ian Gourlay
Conductor: Agnes Duncan
Played By: Alfred Furnish
Flute: George Horsfall
Clarinet: Eleanor Weir
Clarinet: Arthur Falconer
Bassoon: Michael Norris
Bass: Haydn Allan
Bass: Norman Harris
Conducted By: Ian Gourlay
Produced By: Margaret Lyford-Pike
Angus: John Duncanson
Oscar: Bryden Murdoch
Princess: Moira Anderson
The King of the Warlocks: Bill McCue
Spaewife: Effie Morrison
Mother: Lennox Milne
Mary: Sheila Donald
Anne: Hilary Thomson
Jane: Gwyneth Guthrie
George: John Shedden
William: Richard Findlay
Arthur: Bill Henderson
Narrator: Ian Wishart

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FOR THE YOUNG ANGUS AND THE KING OF THE WARLOCKS

BBC Home Service Basic, 26 December 1963 17.00






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