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relayed from the Grand Hotel.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: New Year Scottish Concert.

Arranged by Mrs. MARGARET MACMILLAN.
IDA BLOOR , (Soprano).
DORIS COWEN (Contralto).
HARRY SKERRITT (Tenor).
WILLIAM SKERRITT
(Baritone).
MADGE MACMILLAN
(Recitals).
INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET:
LAURIE SCOTT (Violin);
FLORA MACMILLAN
(Violin) ;
MARGARET MACMILLAN
(Piano);
MARION MACMILLAN
(Cello);
D. URQUHART (Piper).
D. URQUHART.
Bagpipes Selection.
Part Song.
Will Listeners Join in the Chorus. INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET.
(By Request.)
(With 'Cello Obbligato.)
WILLIAM SKERRITT. Part Songs.
(arr. Bantock.)
" Can Ye Sew Cushions ? " ; "My
Love is Like a Red. Red Rose "

Contributors

Soprano: Mrs. Margaret MacMillan.
Soprano: Ida Bloor
Contralto: Doris Cowen
Tenor: Harry Skerritt
Baritone: William Skerritt
Violin: Laurie Scott
Violin: Flora MacMillan
Piano: Margaret MacMillan
Cello: Marion MacMillan
Cello: D. Urquhart
Unknown: D. Urquhart.
Unknown: William Skerritt.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: IDA BLOOR

WILLIAM SKERRITT.
"Sound the Pibroch " from
" Songs of the North."
" AULD LANG SYNE " in which evervbody joins.
"GOD SAVE THE KING."








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