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S.B. from London.

: Miss ROSALINE MASSON

" When the Red Tod Went A-Wooing."
Popular andScottish Programme.
MARGARET F. STEWART
(Scottish Sopiano).
, REGINALD WHITEHEAD (Bass).
LIGHT ORCHESTRA :
Under the Direction at
JOHN P. ROSS.
THE EDINBURGH CORPORATION
TRAMWAYS PIPE BAND.
Pipe-Major, DONALD SUTHERLAND.
(By kind permission of Mr. R. Stuart
Pitcher.)

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret F. Stewart
Bass: Reginald Whitehead
Unknown: John P. Ross.
Unknown: Donald Sutherland.

: Margaret F. Stewart.

Selections from her Scottish Repertoire.

: The Pipe Band.

March, " King George V. Army." Strathspev, " Shepherd's Crook." Reel, " Grey Bob. "
Waltz, " Mrs.John Elder 's Welcome."

Contributors

Unknown: Grey Bob.
Unknown: Mrs.John Elder

: Margaret F. Stewart.

Selections from her Scottish Repertoire.

: The Pipe Band

March, Capt. Towse, V.C." Strathspey, " Mony Music, " Reel, " Duntroon."
Slow March, " Colonel McFarlane."
Quick March, " Barren Rocks of Aden."

Contributors

Unknown: Mony Musk.

: Margaret F. Stewart

in Selections from her
Scottish Repertoire.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: G. L. MARSHALL

on " Station Topics."
Local News.

: The Pipe Band.

March, " Achmountains Bonny Glen. " Strathspey. " Marquis of Huntly." Reel, " McLeod of Ramsay."

Contributors

Unknown: Achmountains Bonny Glen.








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