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Conductor, James Marshall


Conductor: James Marshall


Kathleen Hay (mezzo-soprano)
A. E. Cruickshank (baritone)

KATHLEEN HAY Touch not the nettle - arr. Somervell
0 love will venture in - arr Drack
The Four Maries - arr Drack
A. E. CRUICKSHANK O open the door - arr. Mc Leod
Montgomery's Mistress - John Park
Smile again, my Bonnie Lassie - John Parrv
KATHLEEN HAY I heard a wee bird singing - arr. Mackenzie
The Winter, it is past - arr. Swenne
A Lullaby (Cronan) - arr. Moffal
A E. CRUICKSHANK My ain dear Nell - arr. Moffat
I gaed a waefu' gate yestreen - arr. David Stephen
Afton Water - Hume


Mezzo-Soprano: Kathleen Hay
Baritone: E. Cruickshank


including Weather Forecast

: WHO'S HERE ? '

A Radio Visitors' Book
Every fortnight for several months, Robin Russell , the BBC's Variety assistant in Glasgow, has been holding ' open house ' for visitors to the city. He has brought to the microphone many distinguished guests, as well as those who are less well known to the general public but who have interesting stories to tell. On Hogmanay he restricted his invitations to Scots who were on a visit to their native land. Before he joined the BBC, Robin Russell was a journalist in Glasgow.


Unknown: Robin Russell
Unknown: Robin Russell

: The Choral and Orchestral Union of Glasgow ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS

Ria Ginster (soprano)
The Scottish Orchestra
Leader, Henri Temianka
Conductor. Georg Szell from the St. Andrew's Hall, Glasgow (Soloist, RIA GINSTER> )(Trumpet obbligato, JAMES ELLIS )
Georg Szell, the conductor of the orchestra to be heard this evening, was born in Budapest forty years ago. At the age of seven he began the study of the piano, and he made his first outstanding success four years later when he gave a series of recitals. Soon he was touring the leading cities of Europe as a soloist. At the age of sixteen he made up his mind to become a conductor, and his chance came unexpectedly in 1913 when, through the illness of the regular conductor, he was called upon at short notice to direct the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, then fulfilling a summer engagement at Bad Kissinghen. Two years later Richard Strauss took him to Berlin as his assistant. This was the first of many important engagements.


Soprano: Ria Ginster
Leader: Henri Temianka
Conductor: Georg Szell
Soloist: Ria Ginster>
Unknown: James Ellis


(including Weather Forecast)


including Weather Forecast

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