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: THE RADIO QUARTET

and DOROTHY HOYSEN (Pianist) ; DEANE PARKER (Soprano); and REGINALD OLLEY (Baritone)

Contributors

Pianist: Dorothy Hoysen
Soprano: Deane Parker
Baritone: Reginald Olley

: MUSIC BY SCOTTISH COMPOSERS

THE STATION SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS and W. B. MOONIE
ROBERT BURNETT (Baritone)
S.B. from Glasgow

Contributors

Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers
Conducted By: W. B. Moonie
Baritone: Robert Burnett

: ORCHESTRA

DR. McEWEN (born at Hawick in 1868) has in several of his works celebrated the beauties of his native Scotland. Galloway, in the extreme south-west, contains a diversity of stimulating and charming scenes, from shining stretches of sand to cliffs, tarns, and lochs. IT is appropriate that one Scotsman should write the incidental music for another Scotsman's play. The Little Minister, produced in 1897, was Barrie's adaptation for the stage of his popular novel. Mackenzie's tunes in the Overture are all original, with the exception of one, Duncan Gray, which is a very familiar Scots air.

: DANCE MUSIC. JACK HOWARD AND

His BAND from the Royal Opera House. Covent Garden








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