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: Orchestra of St. Andrew Square Picture House

(to 16.30)

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Musicians: Orchestra of St. Andrew Square Picture House

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Archibald Haddon
S.B. from London.

Local News

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Dramatic critic: Archibald Haddon

: Marie Thomson (Soprano), Helen Morris (Contralto), Heggie Thompson (Tenor), Marcus Dods (Baritone)

"Zigeunerlieder", Op. 103........Brahms

Contributors

Soprano: Marie Thomson
Contralto: Helen Morris
Tenor: Heggie Thompson
Baritone: Marcus Dods

: D. Millar Craig (Solo Cello)

Contributors

Cellist: D. Millar Craig

: Marie Thomson

Contributors

Soprano: Marie Thomson

: Nancy Shaw (Elocutionist)

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Elocutionist: Nancy Shaw

: Marie Thomson, Helen Morris, Heggie Thomson, Marcus Dods

Accompanied by Joan Singleton (Piano); Douglas Dickson (Violin), D. Millar Craig ('Cello).
Selections from "Twenty-five Scotch Songs",

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Soprano: Marie Thomson
Contralto: Helen Morris
Tenor: Heggie Thompson
Baritone: Marcus Dods
Pianist: Joan Singleton
Violinist: Douglas Dickson
Cellist: D. Millar Craig

: Heggie Thomson

Contributors

Tenor: Heggie Thompson

: D. Millar Craig

Contributors

Cellist: D. Millar Craig

: Helen Morris

Contributors

Contralto: Helen Morris

: Nancy Shaw

Contributors

Elocutionist: Nancy Shaw

: Joan Singleton, Douglas Dickson, Millar Craig

Contributors

Pianist: Joan Singleton
Violinist: Douglas Dickson
Cellist: Millar Craig

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Dr. H. B. Baker
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Dr. H. B. Baker

: Marie Thomson, Eileen Bingham, Heggie Thomson, Marcus Dods

Contributors

Soprano: Marie Thomson
Singer: Eileen Bingham
Tenor: Heggie Thompson
Baritone: Marcus Dods

: Helen Morris

Contributors

Contralto: Helen Morris








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