Conductor, JOHN A. McIVOR
(baritone) Alexander MacGregor , baritone, who is frequently heard in our programmes, was probably the first singer to broadcast from the Glasgow studios and the first singer to broadcast Scottish songs from Marconi House, London. On January 26, 1923, when the Scottish Clans Association Concert was in progress in the Albert Hall. London, he. with Phvllis Lett and Flora Woodman (three of the artists engaged that evening), was asked to go to Marconi House and broadcast the same songs they had sung. Later he toured the United States, and, of course, has sung in almost every Scottish town
Braw Braw Lads
Atholl Highlanders Brig o' Perth
High road to Linton
The Smith's a Gallant Fireman Harvest Home
The muckin' o' Geordie s Byre Humours of Donnybrook
(All the above items are Traditional)
The Dalrymple Brothers are very popular with east of Scotland audiences, but this is their first appearance at the microphone. Bob Dalrymple won the East of Scotland Accordion Championship this year, and David Dalrymple is the composer of several accordion numbers
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