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EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF MUSIC AND DRAMA

Ian Finlay discusses the attributes of Edinburgh as a festival centre
Third Programme

The Lords of the Isles

Ian Finlay reflects on the unique artistic achievements of the Celtic civilisation
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The Pistols of Doune

Talk by Ian Finlay
The Highlanders of bygone days put amongst their most valued possessions their weapons and accoutrements, which combined artistry and practical use to a remarkable degree. Ian Finlay, Assistant Keeper in the Art Department of the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh, speaks of an outstanding example of such craftsmanship - pistols made between the middle of the seventeenth and the beginning of the nineteenth centuries in the little village of Doune, at the foot of the Grampians.
Third Programme

PIBROCH

or Ceol Mot-The ' Great Music'
A programme on the classical music of the Scottish bagpipes, with traditional stories of pipers -human and supernatural-and an account of the old piping schools of the Highlands
An eighteenth - century pibroch Moladh Mairi (The Praise of Mary) played by Donald MacPherson ; Uamh an Oir (The Cave of Gold) sung by Jessie MacKenzie of Lewis; A Cholla mo ghaoil (0 Colla, my love) sung by Alasdair Boyd of Oban
A demonstration of Canntaireachd, the vocal system of notation as learned by Angus MacPherson of Invershin and Pipe-Major William Maclean of Kilcreggan with Finlay J. Macdonald
Duncan Mclntyre , Ian Sadler
Programme arranged by Calum Maclean of the School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh
Produced by David Thomson
T followed by an Interlude at 7.50
Third Programme

PIBROCH

or Ceol M(M—The ' Great Music'
A programme on the classical music of the Scottish bagpipes, with traditional stories of pipers -human and supernatural-and an account of the old piping schools of the Highlands
An eighteenth-century pibroch Moladh Mairi (The Praise of Mary) played by Donald MacPherson ; Uamh an Oir (The Cave of Gold) sung by Jessie MacKenzie of Lewis; A Cholla mo ghaoil (0 Colla, my love) sung by Alasdair Boyd of Oban
A demonstration of Canntaireachd, the vocal system of notation as learned by Angus MacPherson of Invershin and Pipe-Major William Maclean of Kilcreggan
Narrator, Finlay J. Macdonald with Duncan McIntyre , Ian Sadler and Kelty MacLeod
Programme arranged by Calum Maclean of the School of Scottish Studies, Edinburgh
Produced by David Thomson
(The recorded broadcast of May 14)
Third Programme

Duncan Macrae Stanley Baxter, Rona Anderson and Gordon Jackson in ' THE WARLD'S WONDER'

A Scots fantasy in verse and prose by Alexander Reid
Adapted for broadcasting by the author with Robert Graham , Harvey Scott and Gerard Slevin
Produced by Finlay J. Macdonald
Third Programme

Duncan Macrae Stanley Baxter, Rona Anderson and Gordon Jackson in 'THE WARLD'S WONDER'

A Scots fantasy in verse and prose by Alexander Reid
Adapted for broadcasting by the author
Other parts played by Robert Graham , Harvey Scott and Gerard Slevin
The action takes place in the Scottish border burgh of Dubbity and in the Deeps of the Sky
Time: the late Middle Ages
Produced by Finlay J. Macdonald
Third Programme

Duncan Macrae Stanley Baxter, Rona Anderson and Gordon Jackson in 'THE WARLD'S WONDER'

A Scots fantasy in verse and prose by Alexander Reid Adapted by the author
The Bailie-Bellman (Roddy McMillan ); Jock (Gordon Jackson ); Jeannie (Rona Anderson ); Provost Sir Davie Peebles (Stanley Baxter ); Lizzie, his wife (Effie Morrison ); The Vegetable Wife (loan Fitzpalrick); Lazarus (Alex McAvoy ); Michael Scott (Duncan Macrae ); The False Scott (Walter Carr ); The Laird o' Clartydykes (Ian Gilmour ); The Priest (W. H. D. Joss ); with Robert Grahatn , Harvey Scott , and Gerard Slevin
Produced by Finlay J. Macdonald
The action takes place in the Scottish border burgh of Dubbity and in the Deeps of the Sky. Time: late Middle Ages.






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