(The Old Good Templars ' Harmonic
Chairman, Ex-Bailie William Thomson ,
Mr. J. M. Hamilton , veteran tenor
Miss Jenny Alexander , soprano
Mr. Ian Smith , tenor
Mr. Matthew Nisbet , bass-baritone
Mr. J. C. Lawrence , entertainer
The Athole Sisters, voice, piano and violin
Mr. Jamie Reid , the Scots-Canadian
The programme specially arranged by Ex-Bailie Thomson
Mr. J. M.
Mr. J. C.
Produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE and provided by CAMPBELL AND WISE
(' Happily Married ')
(' Sing this one with me ')
(the vocal phenomenon)
(assisted by GEORGE HUGHES )
(in five melodious minutes at the Organ)
THE THREE ADMIRALS
(Rhythm and Humour)
(and his magic trumpet, with JOHN BURNABY at the piano)
HARRY TATE AND CO. in ' Motoring ' and FOSTER RICHARDSON
(the popular bass)
THE BBC REVUE CHORUS and THE BBC
VARIETY ORCHESTRA conducted by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Compere, BRYAN MICHIE
Under the direction of M. D. CALVOCORESSI
Songs sung by KEITH FALKNER
The Desert Dream
On the Lake Sleep
Song of Selim You fool! Lied
Song of Morning
Sunlight is fading away Vision
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