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: Clan Fraser Pipe Band

Directed by Pipe-Major Wm. Norris


Directed By: Pipe-Major Wm. Norris


Ie Anna Niclain
(' By the Fireside ', by Annie Johnston )


Unknown: Anna Niclain
Unknown: Annie Johnston


(18th Edition)
A further series of out-of-the-ordinary questions asked by Tom Dawson and answered by John Bruce
Alexander Keith
Arthur Black
A. M. Shinnie
F. Spencer Chapman


Unknown: Tom Dawson
Unknown: John Bruce
Unknown: Alexander Keith
Unknown: Arthur Black
Unknown: A. M. Shinnie
Unknown: F. Spencer Chapman


A re-reading of the First News


A series introducing new artists with The Argyle Cousins harmony numbers
Betty Singleton impressions
Sandy Scott comedian
William McDougall accordion
The Saddle Songsters
The programme compered by Bert Williams
Arranged by Alan Mackill


Unknown: Betty Singleton
Unknown: Sandy Scott
Accordion: William McDougall
Arranged By: Alan MacKill


' Die schone Miillerin '
(The Fair Maid of the Mill)
A song-cycle of the poems of Wilhelm Miiller sung by Keith Falkner (baritone)
Part 1
Das Wandern (Wandering) Wohin ? (Whither ?) Halt !
Danksagung an den Bach (Thanksgiving to the Brook)
Am Feierabend (On the Eve of a Holiday)
Der Neugierige (The Questioner) Ungeduld (Impatience)
Morgeneruss (Morning Greeting)
Des Mullers Blumen (The Miller's
Thranenregen (Rain of Tears) Mein ! (Mine !) Pause
Mit dem grunen Lautenbande (The
Green Ribbon)
Der Jäger (The Huntsman)
'Die schone Miillerin' will be continued at 9.50 (National). See the article by Ernest Haywood on page 12


Unknown: Wilhelm Miiller
Baritone: Keith Falkner
Unknown: Des Mullers Blumen
Unknown: Ernest Haywood


including Weather Forecast

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