S.B. from London.
JOHN STRACHEY. S.B. from London.
Choral and Orchestral Evening.
THE GLASGOW ORPHEUS CHOIR : Conducted by HUGH S. ROBERTON.
PIANOFORTE RECITAL by JOHN CONNELL ,
Professor of Music and Dean of Faculty
Transvaal University College.
THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by Sir LANDON RONALD.
Relayed from St. Andrew's Hall.
The entire Programme S.B. to Dundee and Edinburgh.
ALBERT FROGGATT (Baritone). " Heart o' Fire Love "(Songs of the Hebrides) " Dance to Your Shadow "MARGARET FERGUSSON (Contralto). " Aillte (Songs of the Hebrides). "
." To People Who Have Gardens " (Songs of the Hebrides).
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