THE PIPE BAND of the 4/5th Batt
THE ROYAL SCOTS.
(By permission of Lieut-Col. A. H. Mure
Pipe-Major, JAMES ROBERTSON.
THE EDINBURGH GAELIC
(Singing in Gaelic and English.)
ANNABEL CURRIE (Soprano). ISA MACKINTOSH (Contralto).
ADAM JOHNSTON (Tenor).
J. JAMIESON CURRIE (Baritone).
CARMA DAAH (Soprano).
JAMES MACMILLAN (Bass).
Mr. Arthur Nelson will recite
" A Scotch Night "
(By Will H. Ogilvie ).
Tire Pipe Band.
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