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: Broadcast to Schools

Talks on History and French. The Wireless Quartet.

: The Wireless Quartet. Miller Reid (Baritone). Miss Gunn

of Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Science, on " Catering for the Wee Folk."

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News.
Opening of the New Studio.
S.B. to Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
THE STATION CHOIR and SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
NORMAN ALLIN (Bass).
INA FERGUSON (Soprano).
JAMES NEWELL (Tenor).
F. E. DOBIE (Baritone).
PIPE BAND OF SEVENTH (BLYTHS.
WOOD) BATT. THE HIGHLAND
LIGHT INFANTRY.
(By Kind permission of Lieut.-
Col. G. P. Linton , O.B.E., M.-C., T.D., and Officers.)
Pipe Major, ROBERT REID.

Contributors

Bass: Norman Allin
Soprano: Ina Ferguson
Tenor: James Newell
Baritone: F. E. Dobie
Unknown: Col. G. P. Linton
Unknown: Robert Reid.

: Pipers.

Selection, " Scottish Airs."
Strathspey, " Braes o' Mar."
Reel, " High Road to Linton."

: The Hon. The LORD PROVOST OF GLASGOW

-M. W. MONTGOMERY
Esq.
Sir CHARLES CLELAND , K.B.E.

Contributors

Unknown: M. W. Montgomery
Unknown: Sir Charles Cleland

: ORCHESTRA.

Conducted by Sir LANDON RONALD.

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Landon Ronald.

: Norman Allin.

(With Orchestra.)

: Prof. R. S. RAIT

C.B.E., LL.D.
The Rev. JOHN WHITE , D.D.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. John White

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News.

: " BONNY KILMENY " (Op. 2).

A Ballad for Soprano, Tenor and Baritone
Solos, Chorus and Orchestra.
Conducted bv HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS. The words adapted and arranged from
Hogg's " Queen's Wake " by J. M. C. Music by Hamish MacCunn. Kilmeny, a beautiful maiden, wanders from her home in the country away into the solitudes of a wood, in quest of flowers and fruit, and to listen to the melody of birds. Tired with her ramble, she lies down to rest in a quiet nook, which, proving to be the haunt of the Faeries, she falls under their enchantment, is lulled into deep sleep, and spirited away to Faery Land. After seven years she begs to be allowed to return to her own country, that she may tell of the glories of the unseen land. Permission is granted, and she returns one day" late, late in the gloamin' Kilmeny cam' hame." Begged to tell where she had been, she recounts some of the wonders she saw there ; but after a brief period she is constrained to return to the " land of thought," and is never again seen on earth. Orchestra.
Overture, " Land of the Mountain and the Flood " ..... H. MacCunn
Fantasy on Four Scots Airs
Charles MacPherson
Rhapsodie Ecossaise ..... Mackenzie

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert A. Carruthers.
Unknown: J. M. C.
Music By: Hamish MacCunn.
Unknown: H. MacCunn

: Close down

. Announcer : D. Millar Craig.

Contributors

Announcer: D. Millar Craig.








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