A Miscellaneous Programme
The New Light Symphony Orchestra : Spanish Dances—No. 2, Andalouse; No. 3, Rondalla Aragonesa (Granados)
The B.B.C. Wireless Chorus, conducted by Cyril Dalmaine : Nightingale of France (Songs of the Spanish Provinces — Catalonia) (Opdycke Schindler) ; Silversmith (Spanish Choral Ballads) (Taylor, Schindler)
Ian Macpherson : The Orcadian
Boatman's Song (Stormouth)
Malcolm McEachern (bass) : Rocked in the cradle of the deep
Mary Lou Williams : Night Life
Eve Becke : Happy and Contented
Roy Fox and his Band : On a steamer coming over
THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA
(Leader, DAVID McCALLUM )
Conductor, JOHN BARBIROLLI
ODA SLOBODSKAYA (soprano)
A Plebiscite Programme
The last of the season relayed from The St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow.
Recitations by JEANIE B. REID during the interval (From Glasgow)
MR ALEXANDER KEITH , who is at present responsible for our regular feature
' The Week in Scotland', is on the staff of the Aberdeen Press and Journal, and is very well known in the North-East of Scotland. Some years ago Mr. Keith performed a notable service to the balladry and music of the North-East by compiling an interesting volume on this subject from the material collected by the late Mr. Gavin Greig.
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