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: The Clydebank Burgh Band

The Clydebank Burgh Band (Record Scottish Champions)
Conductor - J.D. Scoins
Soloist, Chryss C. Gray (Contralto)

"Ballads are the gipsy children of song, born under green hedgerows, in the leafy lanes and by-paths of literature, in the genial summer time" - Longfellow.

Overture, "Lustspiel"...Keler-Bela
Hymn Tune, "Sandon" (By Request)
Selection, "Memories of Balfe"...arr. Rimmer


Musicians: The Clydebank Burgh Band
Conductor: J.D. Scoins

: Chryss C. Gray


Contralto: Chryss C. Gray

: Chryss C. Gray


Contralto: Chryss C. Gray

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Bournemouth.
Alexander Richard (Bass). Spence Malcolm (Solo Violin).
Josephine MacPherson (Mezzo Soprano).


Bass: Alexander Richard
Violinist: Spence Malcolm
Mezzo soprano: Josephine MacPherson


Psalm 150 (Tune " Crediton," No. 49).

: Quartet.

Psalm 124 (Tune : " Old
124th," No. 176).

: Spence Malcolm


Violinist: Spence Malcolm

: Josephine Macpherson


Mezzo Soprano: Josephine Macpherson


S.B. from London.
Local News.

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Announcer : R. E. Kingsley.


Announcer: R. E. Kingsley.

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