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: A Miscellaneous Programme of Gramophone Records

Rudy Starita (xylophone) and Arthur Lally and His Orchestra: Dance of the Cuckoos (Laurel, Hardy)
The Mills Brothers : Solitude
(Ellington, De Lange, Mills),
Niedzielski (pianoforte): Legend
(Rozychi)
Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stokowski: March, Stars and Stripes (Sousa)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Lally

: English Literature

Scenes from Dickens
' A Tale of Two Cities'-1
WILLIAM M'CALLUM CLYDE , Ph.D.

Contributors

Unknown: Callum Clyde

: Elizabeth Ross (soprano)

Doris Wood and Kathleen Watts
(pianoforte duets)
DORIS WOOD AND KATHLEEN WATTS

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Wood
Pianoforte: Kathleen Watts
Unknown: Doris Wood
Unknown: Kathleen Watts

: FOR THE SCHOOLS

Early Stages in German
A. H. WINTER and GRETA MARKSTEIN
(Prom National)

Contributors

Unknown: Greta Markstein

: Scottish Children's Hour

Nonsense songs sung by HAMILTON ROBERTSON
' Wee Jock the Sleepy Gnome'-2 by ROBERT MACMASTER
A Highland story
'The Drover and the Princess' by HELEN DREVER
Music of the Hebrides played by an instrumental trio
J. MOULAND BEGBIE (violin), JOHN
DICKSON (violoncello), ANDREW
BRYSON (pianoforte)
Songs of the Hebrides sung by JOHN TAINSH

Contributors

Sung By: Hamilton Robertson
Unknown: Robert MacMaster
Unknown: Helen Drever
Violin: J. Mouland Begbie
Sung By: John Tainsh

: From Regional :

THE ZOO MAN
David Seth-Smith with the latest
Zoo News

Contributors

Unknown: David Seth-Smith

: A RECITAL

by Jean Gibson (soprano)

Contributors

Soprano: Jean Gibson

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: STORM STAYED

A party of ghillies abandon the moor and the gun for the fireside and the melodeon, and kill care instead of beasts
A country diversion
Devised by Alexander Mackie
Produced by Moultrie Kelsall

Contributors

Unknown: Alexander MacKie
Produced By: Moultrie Kelsall

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: TENTH ANNUAL SCOTTISH NATIONAL DANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

A Descriptive Commentary by James K. Urquhart from St. Andrew's Halls, Glasgow

Contributors

Commentary By: James K. Urquhart

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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