1 edition of Ceilidh of choristers of Glasgow and the West of Scotland in honour of Sir Hugh S. Roberton found in the catalog.
Ceilidh of choristers of Glasgow and the West of Scotland in honour of Sir Hugh S. Roberton
|Contributions||Roberton, Hugh S.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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The era was the first half of the twentieth century, a restless period of questioning and revaluation in many fields; the place Glasgow, where Highland and Lowland Scot mingled with lrish Celt to form a tightly-enclosed, self-assertive community, laughter-loving but serious at heart, idealistic and highly articulate; the man Hugh S.
Roberton, born in the city inthe choir’s founder and conductor. Choristers of Glasgow and West of Scotland singing at a ceilidh in honour of Sir Hugh S. Roberton Youngartists: Jane Lang, Janette Rose David Webster, Ronald McOallum The John MacArthur Quintet The stories: The Lost Seal Baby,' by Hilda Sloan: The Rocking Chair,' by Orma Dale The choirs' songs: On Winss of Song (Mendelssohn).
Choristers of Glasgow and West of Scotland singing at a ceilidh in honour of Sir Hugh S. Roberton Youngartists: Jane Lang, Janette Rose David Webster, Ronald McOallum The John MacArthur Quintet The stories: The Lost Seal Baby,' by Hilda Sloan: The Rocking Chair,' by Orma Dale.
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