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: The Scottish Studio Orchestra

Directed by Guy Daines
David B. Robertson (tenor)
David B. Robertson, who has broadcast several times and is now a very popular artist, was awarded the Gold Medal at the Perthshire Music Festival in 1927, and since then has fulfilled engagements through Perthshire and at numerous places in the North and South of Scotland. He has also been soloist at concerts given by the Perth Madrigal
Choir in Aberdeen and elsewhere.

ORCHESTRA Overture, Mignon - .Ambroise Thomas
DAVID B. ROBERTSON Negro Spirituals : Nobody knows de trouble I've seen - H. T. Burleigh
I stood on de ribber ob Jordan - H. T. Burleigh
0 Peter, go ring dem belts Steal Away - H. T. Burleigh
ORCHESTRA Negro Spirituals: Deep River - arr. Coleridge-Taylor
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child - arr. Coleridge-Taylor
DAVID B. ROBERTSON Negro Spirituals :Hard Trials - H. T. Burleigh
My Lord, what a morning - H. T. Burleigh
Oh, didn't it rain ! - H. T. Burleigh
Were you there ? - H. T. Burleigh
ORCHESTRA Sicilienne - Boccherini
Idylle Arabe - Chaminade
Suite, Divertissement - Lalo


Directed By: Guy Daines
Tenor: David B. Robertson

: Fireside Talk

'What the Church offers'
' The Joy of a Common Service '
(From Edinburgh)

: The News

Weather Forecast, General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements (from Edinburgh)

: Sunday Orchestral Concert-21

(Fourth Season)
(Section B)
Conducted by Sir HENRY WOOD


Violin: Arthur Catterall
Leader: Arthur Catterall
Conducted By: Sir Henry Wood

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