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: The Opening of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland DEVOTIONAL SERVICE

Relayed from
St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh
12.45 (app.) Prospects of this year's Assembly, by a member of the Assembly
(From Edinburgh)
13.00 The Opening Ceremony
Relayed from
The Hall of Assembly, Edinburgh

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

Scottish Country Dance Orchestra:
Flowers o' Edinburgh
James Brown (Scottish melodeon):
Within a mile o' Edinburgh toon
Jenny M. B. Currie (soprano) :
Bonnie George Campbell
William McCulloch (entertainer):
Deputation to the Minister
Robert Burnett (baritone) : Piper o Dundee
Anne Ballantine (contralto) : Down the Burn, Davie Lad
Paterson's Dance Orchestra : Eight-some Reel (From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Soprano: Jenny M. B. Currie
Soprano: Bonnie George Campbell
Soprano: William McCulloch
Baritone: Robert Burnett
Contralto: Anne Ballantine
Unknown: Davie Lad

: Scottish Children's Hour

The Voices of the Great
A Programme of Gramophone Records in which you will hear on discs ' Great gude gaes in wee buik'

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements and Scottish Market Prices for Farmers (From Edinburgh)

: Oriental Music

THE SCOTTISH STUDIO
ORCHESTRA
Directed by GUY DAINES
MAUD KERR (soprano)
MAUD KERR made her first public appearance on the platform of the Music Hall, Edinburgh, seated on a swing, at the early age of three, and was introduced to greasepaint and footlights before reaching seven years of age. She studied voice production and, later, grand opera, under Beatrice Miranda and Hebden Foster. She has appeared in several roles, the most outstanding being Salome in Massenet's Herodiade.
(From Edinburgh)

Contributors

Directed By: Guy Daines
Soprano: Maud Kerr
Unknown: Beatrice Miranda
Unknown: Hebden Foster.

: Variety

Relayed from
THE TIVOLI THEATRE,
ABERDEEN
(By arrangement with Horace Collins )
(Aberdeen Programme)
THE TIVOLI THEATRE, Aberdeen, is the most northern outpost of regular first-class variety and revue in Scotland. It is often a pleasant surprise to visitors to the Granite City to find a theatre in the ' frozen north' which stages the same modern type of entertainment as. some of the best London music-halls. It was with this in view that the theatre -the inspiration of a small group of well-known Aberdonians-was built.

Contributors

Arrangement With: Horace Collins

: Scots Folk Songs

ANNE BALLANTINE (contralto)
ALEXANDER CARMICHAEL
(baritone)
FLORENCE MACBRIDE (violin)
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Baritone: Alexander Carmichael

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: DANCE MUSIC

Roy Fox and his BAND
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Fox








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