A Black-faced Minstrel Show
Devised and Produced by HARRY S. PEPPER
Bones, Tambourines, Comer Men, Crack Banjo Team , Stump Speech,
Old and New Melodies
SCOTT AND WHALEY
C. DENIER WARREN
THE KENTUCKY BANJO TEAM:
Joe Morley , Dick Pepper , Edward Fairs
At the pianos,
HARRY S. PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
THE B B C THEATRE ORCHESTRA and MALE VOICE CHORUS conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE
Orchestral Arrangements by WALLY WALLOND
Music arranged by Doris ARNOLD
Book Written and Remembered by C. DENIER WARREN
A Programme from his Works in celebration of the 177th Anniversary of his Birth
See top of cols. 2 and 3 This is the third programme to be broadcast this week in commemoration of Scotland's national poet. It consists mainly of the poet's songs, chosen by Professor H. J. C. Grierson as examples of the diversity of his genius as a song writer.
His great poem, ' Tarn o' Shanter ', which not only thousands of enthusiastic Scots but many equally enthusiastic Englishmen know by heart, will be spoken by Andrew Stewart , the BBC Programme Director in the Scottish Region, while Professor Grierson himself will talk about Burns. The many students who passed through Professor Grierson's hands when he was at Aberdeen and Edinburgh will look forward with keen anticipation to his remarks.
Professor H. J. C.
BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA with OLGA ALEXEEVA (soprano)
MAX TURGANOFF (tenor)
VLADIMIR ELIN (baritone)
ORCHESTRA The Bridesmaids
Selection, Russian Trees
The Forgotten Waltz Selection, Siberia OLGA ALEXEEVA Gypsy Song, Why be so bashful ? ORCHESTRA Waltz, Night of Enchantment Dance, Pljaski (All arrangements by Medvedeff)
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