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: National Programme

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including Weather Forecast, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market Prices for Farmers

: Auld Sangs and New

Die Meistersingers o' Muckledub hold a Musical Evening
A Country Entertainment
Arranged by JOHN R. ALLAN
Basically, this programme is a bothy concert, but a bothy concert with a difference. In previous entertainments of this kind the participants have all been in complete agreement that ' the auld sangs are the best '. This scntiment, however, is hardly true to life. Much as we regret it, the songs most commonly sung today in such surroundings are those featured by Henry Hall and his peers. In this particular entertainment, therefore, John Allan will bring the difference between the two generations of farm labourers-the older generation upholding the bothy ballad and the younger the modern dance number. The entertainment will develop into a kind of competition' The Barnyards of Dalgety ' against ' The Isle of Capri ', and ' Broadway Melody' against the melody of ' Drumdelgie '.


Arranged By: John R. Allan
Unknown: Henry Hall
Unknown: John Allan


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