Dragons by the Dozen!' (Philip
CECIL DIXON will play two or three Piano Solos, including 'Gavotte ' (K. A.
' Tho Sky-Yacht '—an Adventure in the Air Written and told by JAMES HENRY
There will also .bo ' Sea-Shanties' (Terry), sung by REX PALMER and somo of THE
A SCOTTISH VARIETY PROGRAMME
Presented by Artists from the North-East Corner of Scotland
S.B. from Aberdeen
W. M. JOHNSTON (Tenor)
MINNIE MEARNS (Contralto)
PAUL ASKEW (Viola)
'MRS. MACFARLANE OF RAG BAG LANE'
The BUCKIE LADIES Choir
Conducted by JOHN BARRITT
THE CITY OF ABERDEEN POLICE PIPE BAND Directed by Pipe Major JOHN HENDERSON
THE ABERDEEN VAUDEVILLE PLAYERS
THE STATION OCTET
Third Season, relayed from The Arts
A CHAMBER CHORUS and CHAMBER
Under the direction of HERMANN SCHERCHEN
Rikadla (Nursery Rhymes) for Voices and Instruments (English Text by D. Millar Craig. Copyright by the B.B.C, 1928) - Leos Janacck
Wandlungon (Transformations) Chamber Oratorio for Soloists, Chorus and Orchestra ; the Text by Holderlin (English Text by D. Millar Craig. Copyright by the B.B.C, 1928) - Josef Matthias Hauer
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