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: The Wireless Quartet.

Helen Black
(Soprano). Afternoon Topics.

Contributors

Soprano: Helen Black

: " Animal Life on the Seashore

," by Mr. G. C. ROBSON.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. C. Robson.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News.
" Burns Night."
S.B. to Dundee.
Relayed from Poosie Nancy 's, Mauchline
Ayrshire.
(By kind permission of the President, Officials and Members of the Mauchline
Burns Club.)
Musical Items under the Direction of Mr. T. SIMPSON ,
Conductor of the Railway Male Voice
Choir.
Pianist, DAVID R. BAIRD.
THE MILLHALL PIPE BAND : Pipe Major, G. D. MACDONALD.
G. YEUDALL (Soprano).
E. DRUMMOND (Contralto).
T. BROWN (Tenor).
M. WYLLIE (Baritone). W. FERGUSSON (Bass).
THE EMPIRE MALE VOICE
QUARTET.

Contributors

Unknown: Poosie Nancy
Conductor: Mr. T. Simpson
Pianist: David R. Baird.
Unknown: G. D. MacDonald.
Contralto: E. Drummond
Tenor: T. Brown
Baritone: M. Wyllie

: THE IMMORTAL MEMORY."

President : Mr. Jas. MCINTYRE.
Toast, "

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Jas. McIntyre.

: Quartet.

" There was a Lad was Born in Kyle."

: Pipe Band.

Slow March, " The King's Own Scottish
Borderers."
Selection, " Corn Riggs ," " My Love,
She's But a Lassie Yet, " Kenmure's On and Awa', Willie."
Quickstep, " The Barren Rocks of Aden." March, " The Inverness Gathering." Strathspey, " Bob o' Fettercairn." Reel, " Over the Isle."

Contributors

Unknown: Corn Riggs

: G. Yeudall.

"Comin' Thro' the Rye."

: M. Wyllie.

" My Nanie's Awa'."

: Quartet.

" Afton Water."

: W. Fergusson.

" Green Grow the Rashes, O."

: R. T. Stewart.

Selection from " Holy Fair."

: G. Yeudall.

" A Rose-bud by My Early Walk."

: E. Drummond.

" John Anderson , My Jo."

Contributors

Unknown: John Anderson

: Quartet.

"Wilt Thon Be My Dearie?".

Contributors

Unknown: Wilt Thon

: W. Fergusson.

" A Man's a Man for a' That."

: Pipe Band.

Selection, " Scots, Wha Hae ," " A Man's a Man for a' That," " Rantin, Rovic Robin ," " Highland Laddie."
March, " The Road to the Isles."
March, " The 74th's Farewell to Edinburgh."
Strathspey, " Lady Macbeth." Reel, " The Blackbird."

Contributors

Unknown: Wha Hae
Unknown: Rovic Robin

: T. Brown.

" The Lea Rig."
" 0, Open the Door."

: N. McCrimmon.

" Address to a Haggis."

: M. Wyllie.

"Mary Morison. "

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Morison.

: E. Drummond

"Wee Willie Gray."

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Grav.

: Quartet.

"Scots, Wha Hae."

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. GEORGE MACDONALD. S.B. from
Edinburgh. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. George MacDonald.

: THE STATION ORCHESTRA

:
Conducted by ISAAC LOSOWSKY .

Contributors

Conducted By: Isaac Losowsky








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