Compered by J.M. Duthie
Sandy and Andy 'Soop It Up'
A Review of the Village Bonspiel
The Scottish Studio Orchestra
Directed by Guy Daines
Mr. J.M. Duthie, who is Headmaster of the Burgh School, Galashiels, is one of Scotland's leading authorities on folk dancing. He considers himself lucky to have been brought up in a country district in the far north where he learned Scottish folk dances in their original style before modern degeneration set in.
Mr. J. M.
For Listeners who regard syncopated music as more than an adjunct to dancing
Taking part :
JAMES MAVOR (baritone) in two classics of Dance Music
THE SUNNY FAVOURITES RHYTHM GIRLS, in Close Harmony
RUBY DUNCAN and JIMMY Ross , at two pianos, in a group of English and a group of American
Duets JACK CHAPMAN and his BAND, relayed from the Albert Palais de Danse , playing Two Concert Arrangements
Arranged and presented by MOULTRIE KELSALL
(From Glasgow and Aberdeen)
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