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(Born February 3rd, 1809.)
THE WIRELESS QUARTET MARY FERRIER (Soprano).
ANDREW BRYSON
(Pianoforte).
THE QUARTET.
Overture, " Ruv Bias. "
MARY FERRIER.
" Lone and Joyless." " On Wings of Song."
ANDREW BRYSON.
" Songs Without Words " :
Duetto, Op. 38, No. 6 ; Op. 19,
No. 5 ; Op. 19, No. 1 ; " Bees' Wedding," Op. 67, No. 4.
THE QUARTET.
Movements from "Italian Symphony."
MARY FERRIER.
'The First Violet." '.Slumber Song."
' Spring Advancing."
ANDREW BRYSON.
" Songs Without Words " :
Op. 30, No. 5 ; Op. 67, No. 6 ;
Op. 46, No. 4; Op. 53, No. 3.

Contributors

Pianoforte:
Andrew Bryson
Unknown:
Ruv Bias.
Unknown:
Mary Ferrier.
Unknown:
Mary Ferrier.

" Patron
1 Saints and Church Dedications in Scotland." S.B. from Aberdeen.
SYMPHONY CONCERT.
DONALD FRANCIS TOVEY ,
Reid Professor of Music,
Edinburgh University.
THE STATION SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.
Mendelssohn.
(Born February 3rd. 1809).

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Francis Tovey
Conducted By:
Herbert A. Carruthers.

5SC Glasgow

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