(Songs of Summer)
Thug an Samhradh cuspair bardachd do mh6ran de na filidhean Gaidhealach, agus an nochd, bithidh cuid de na h-orain sin air an seinn, mar drain non-neach, orain-caraid, agus orainceathrar
Luchd gabhail oran:
NlALANN NIC'ILLE FHIONNAIN
NORA NIC'ILLE MHOIRE
A Recital of Songs composed by Francis George Scott
The poems mainly by Burns
JEAN SUMMERS (soprano)
NEIL FORSYTH (baritone)
IAN WHYTE at the pianoforte
A fortnight ago Erik Chisholm initiated the first concert in the above series, which is intended to contrast with the many broadcasts given of Music from the Scottish Past and show that music-making in Scotland is still in a very healthy state.
Francis George Scott is Scotland's most prominent composer of songs, and while tonight's recital will be confined to his musical settings of poems by Robert Burns , he has also written music to a number of lyrics by C. M. Grieve.
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